Back Pain Myths

June 25th, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  There are certain back pain myths, that many people assume are gospel. No exact and proven cause for spinal soreness has been established, although billions of dollars are being spent each year. There are some common claims which underlie the causes of back soreness, such as bulging discs, vertebrae fracture, stenosis, spinal curvatures, pelvic tilts, and leg length asymmetry according to this article. Lack of core strength is also  Read more...






5 Myths About Back Pain

July 13th, 2012 Posted in Prevention

myths about back pain   A leading surgeon has recently debunked 5 common myths related to back pain on CBS. Dr. Jennifer Sohal an orthopedic surgeon of St. Vincent Spine Institute puts to rest some of the common misconceptions about back pain, and the causes of it.   She discussed the fact that people that sit down for long periods may be more susceptible than labourers, and that bed rest may in fact make  Read more...







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