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Muscles and Bones :
Back Pain

Back pain affects eight in ten people at some point in their lives – it can be a dull ache or sharp shooting pain any part of the back, and it can be caused by nerve or muscle problems, arthritis, or degenerative disc disease.

Join our online support group for back pain to get more information about the condition and meet doctors and others professionals who can help.

 

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Doubts About the Treatment For Chronic Back Pain Influences Success
Chronic pain costs the U.S. up to $635 billion each year in medical treatment and lost productivity, and is considered a problem of epidemic proportio.....
Prolonged Use of Phones Up Neck and Upper Back Pain
Ask your kids to spend less time on their cell phones as a study finds increase in number of patients with neck, disk hernias and alignment problems m.....
Real-World Massage : An Effective Remedy for Low Back Pain
Highlights
  • Chronic lower back pain is very complex and often requires a maintenance-type approac.....
The Way You Dress Might Be A Reason For Your Back Pain
It would be shocking to know that the back pain that throbs you might be due to the way you dress.

Skinny jeans, oversized bags and thos.....
Risk of Mortality Higher in Back Pain Patients
The 600,000 older Australians who suffer from back pain have a 13 percent increased risk of dying from any cause, finds University of Sydney research......


Yoga and Back Pain - Introduction
The healing effects of yoga benefit those suffering from backpain, by alleviating their pain and also preventing its recurrence... Read More
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction | Sacroiliac Joint Pain (SI Joint Pain) | Sacroiliitis
Sacroiliac dysfunction or sacroiliitis causes lower back pain. Inflammatory conditions like ankylosing spondylitis and psoriasis can affect the sacroiliac joint... Read More
How to Reduce School Bag Weight - Simple Tips
Increasing weight of school bags can cause back pain in kids. Types of backpacks for school, carrying the right books and coordinated efforts between parents and school can help solve the problem... Read More
'Red Flags' You Should Look Out For
Any deviation from normal health can cause symptoms, some of which are ominous and need immediate attention... Read More
Uterine Prolapse / Prolapse of Uterus - Causes-Symptoms-Treatment
Uterine Prolapse or prolapse of the uterus is a condition when a woman’s uterus (womb) sags or slips out of its normal position. Uterine prolapse is easier to prevent than cure after its occurrence... Read More
Traction For Lumbar Pain-Types-Applications-Effects-Contraindications
Traction is the maximum force imparted between two bony surfaces for distracting them without causing any injury... Read More
Back Pain - Backache - Workplace - Prevention - Exercises
Understanding the basics about our back and our posture is very important in preventing back pain and improving workplace productivity... Read More
Can Heavy School Bag Cause Back Pain in Children?
Causes of backache in adults can vary but majority of backaches in growing children is traced to heavy school bags. Backache in children is a common problem now with school bags becoming heavier... Read More
Exercising Tips For Nerve Pain Relief
Conventional treatment for nerve pain produces mixed results, but exercises are known to be very effective. Find out how to relieve nerve pain with exercise... Read More
Discogram | Discography - Preparation, Procedure, Complications
Discogram is a diagnostic procedure in which x-ray dye or contrast material is injected into the discs of the spine to evaluate back pain... Read More





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