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Lower Back Pain in Athletes

Some persons have a higher risk of having acute and chronic back injuries due to their lifestyle of such kind which is not very good for their back. Athletes are also included in this category the people of which have to suffer from the lumbar injuries more than the ordinary population. No matter, if the sport you are involved .

Effective Tips to Prevent Back Pain at Office

According to a study, back pain is the third most common cause of visiting a doctor. It is experienced by everyone at least once in their lifetime. Even though so many people suffer from back pain, a lot of people don’t seek treatment for it. What most people don’t realise is that common day-to-day practices are the main reason .

When Back Pain is Non-Specific

The back is one of the most important structures of the body. It helps hold ourselves in an upright posture, and supports out head on our torso. The back, or more specifically the spine, is involved in constant movement. It helps us bend and stand up, lift things, hold heavy weights and aids in twisting our body sideways. Because .

12 Things To Do On Your Own To Relieve Back Pain

Are you doing everything you can to reduce that pain in your back and neck? If you’ve had back pain for a long time, you will be familiar with some of these methods already. But if you have started experiencing back and neck pain recently, and are looking for some remedies, this post will help you in this regard. .

When Lumbar Lordosis Becomes a Problem

When you look at the spine from the back, it appears straight. But if you observe it from the side, you’ll notice it has some curves. These curves are natural, and appear at the neck, the torso and the lower back. What is Lordosis? The inward curvature of the lower back (lumbar) and upper back (cervical) spine is termed .

Dealing With Cauda Equina Syndrome

Millions of people are affected by lower back pain worldwide. Usually, back pain can be treated easily and does not have a serious underlying cause. But in rare cases, severe back pain can be due to a condition known as the “cauda equine syndrome” or CES. This is not well known and is often misdiagnosed. People with the cauda .

Stubborn Lower Back Pain: What to do about it?

Almost every other person you know these days is complaining of some kind of back pain. There is no doubt about it, it is one of the most common complaints of discomfort and unease. In the United States alone, almost 80 percent of the people suffer from lower back pain at least once at some point in their lives, .

13 Ways to Treat Back Pain and Avoid Surgery

Back pain…you’ve had it for a while and after reading tons of material online, you are having nightmares that you might end up in surgery. But wait! That isn’t entirely true. Surgery is only necessary in very severe cases and usually, back pain resolves with simple yet effective treatments that you can easily do on your own. Surgery can .

How to Deal with Spinal Cord Compression?

Any condition that puts pressure on the spine can cause spinal cord compression. Spinal cord comprises of nerves that carries messages back and forth from the brain to the muscles and the rest of the body. This bundle of nerves is protected by the backbone. The backbone comprises of small bones called vertebrae that are stacked on top of .

Lumbar Spinal Joint Dysfunction Syndrome

Everyone has had back pain at some point in their lives. Maybe you lifted something heavy and sprained your back, or that worn out chair at your workplace is making your backache like crazy. Maybe that mattress of yours is wearing you out, or you tried to hit that tennis ball with all your might and ended up hurting .
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