Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Modalities

What is Sacroiliac Joint? The sacroiliac joint is a linkage system between the lower part of the spine and pelvis. Our tailbone (sacrum) connects with the right and left sides of pelvic bones to form sacroiliac joint. Our sacroiliac joint is a fairly stiff and rigid connection between the tailbone and pelvic bones, and only…

Safe Lifting and Material Handling Tips To Avoid Back Injury

Manual handling of loads is the practice carried out by workers during putting, lifting, holding, moving, pushing, or pulling a load. Mechanical handling of loads affect the health of workers and can cause musculoskeletal system disorders, e.g. low back pain because the extra strain is experienced by body muscles and bones and the natural resonant…

Symptoms of Thoracic Back Pain

Thoracic back pain is pain that occurs in the thoracic spine. The thoracic spine is located at the back of the chest (the thorax), mostly between the shoulder blades. The thoracic spine comprises the twelve vertebrae to which the ribs attach and could, therefore, be described as the “upper back” region. Symptoms of Thoracic pain include: Stiffness Limited range of motion Muscle spasms Thoracic…

Back Pain Treatment Technology

The Benefits of Spinal Decompression – The Spine Backrack System

Back pain is one of the most debilitating forms of discomfort, and happens to many people for various reasons. A safe and non-invasive, home based treatment based on spinal decompression is available and has produced numerous success stories for relieving pain without having to have surgery. Here at Spine Backrack our Backrack system which is…

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What are the differences between Bulging, Herniated and Prolapsed Discs?

1.) Bulging Disc: A bulging disc is a condition in which the nucleus (inner portion) of a spinal disc remains contained within the annulus fibrosus (outer portion), unlike a herniated disc in which the nucleus leaks out of the disc. Symptoms include: Numbness Weakness, Tingling Muscle spasms or cramping, These will depend on the region of the spine where nerve…

ORTHOPAEDIC MEDICINE – The Non Surgical Way

Orthopaedic Medicine The established procedures of Orthopaedic Medicine provide highly effective  non-surgical treatment options for curing a whole range of spinal disorders, according to the well-renowned spinal specialist Mr  Luklinski – a world authority on spinal care with more than 45 years of practice and founder of the Luklinski Clinic in London. Treatment efficacy The efficacy of orthopaedic…