Lower Back Pain Relief

August 28th, 2012 Posted in Lower back relief

  Stress has become an inevitable part of our lives, and almost everybody undergoes varying degrees of stress that manifests itself in different ways. Pain affecting the lower portion of the back near the waistline is one such manifestation that affects more than 90% of the population, and has affected the same proportion at least once in their lives. More than half the population has experienced many episodes in their  Read more...






Back Pain Relief Tips For Gardening

July 6th, 2012 Posted in Lower back relief

  Gardening requires bending often, and this action is why your back can be strained, especially due to these movements of bending forward and twisting. So, if gardening is your favorite activity, and you do not want to stop it, then here are some back pain relief tips for gardening to keep your back relaxed and prevent yourself from getting back pain.   Activities such as raking, hoeing, trimming, weed  Read more...






Lower Back Pain Relief with Strong Hips

July 4th, 2012 Posted in Exercises

  It cannot be denied that the hip muscles along with the muscles of the back and abdomen are the core muscles that prevent body aches and back pain when they remain active and strong. The hip muscles help in the stabilization of the pelvis and support the movements of the lower back. Many medical journals state that unstable hip muscles may be the cause of distortions in the back  Read more...






Common Causes Of Lower Back Pain

April 11th, 2012 Posted in Pain in the back

Common causes of lower back pain   Let’s take step back and try and look at the most common causes of lower back pain and why it is such a problem in humans. The fact that almost 90% of people will suffer some type of back injury during their lifetime is a staggering statistic. Why is this so?   A recent article published in the United States by Chiropractor Mark Earnhart outlines the basic reasons why  Read more...






Smoking Linked To Back Pain

April 9th, 2012 Posted in pain relief

back pain linked to smoking   We all know that smoking is bad for you, but a doctor has actually found a connection with smoking linked to back pain. From the WQAD News, here is a recent article that highlights the impact smoking can have on lower back pain.  In particular, check out Dr Dolphin’s theory of what happens to cartilage as a result of smoking.   Read more on Dr Dolphin’s thoughts below (yep,  Read more...






General Information On Lower Back Pain

April 9th, 2012 Posted in Treatment

  Here is some interesting general information on lower back pain by Dr Chad Patton from an article from the news site hometownannapolis.com   It is a good overall snapshot of some facts and figures about lower back pain in the USA today. The fact that is quite interesting is that back pain is the 2nd most common reason why patients visit the doctor.   Astounding!   General Information On  Read more...







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