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How to Solve Lower back pain?
April 5, 2017

How to Solve Lower back pain?

Back pain can affect most of us from time to time. Find out what could be going on. En español | Four out of 5 people will experience low back pain and, odds are, they ll know what triggered it: They lifted a box improperly, slept funny or simply sneezed. Check out these five surprising ways your back gets out of whack, and tips for keeping it in line. You…

Cure for Low back pain
August 17, 2016

Cure for Low back pain

One type of lower back pain, called lumbar spinal stenosis, is sometimes treated with surgery. But physical therapy works just as well, and comes with fewer unwanted complications — some of them life-threatening — than surgery, according to a study published recently in Annals of Internal Medicine . Stenosis means narrowing. In lumbar spinal stenosis, the space…

Best Yoga for Lower back pain
May 5, 2017

Best Yoga for Lower back pain

Whether your lower back pain stems from an injury or is simply caused by sitting too much, an aching back can put a serious cramp in your style. Here s the good news, though: You don t have to live with lower back pain. If you spend some quality time with your yoga mat, you ll probably find that those aches and pains don t stand a chance. But between all the…

Lower back pain Images
December 18, 2016

Lower back pain Images

Examine the varying causes of pain. Pain may be caused by simple, everyday objects, tasks and activities such as the way you sit Sciatica pain radiates from the lower back toward the feet. Sciatica may feel like a cramp in the leg, burning, tingling, pins Do you suffer from low back pain? Watch this slideshow to see common triggers of lower back pain and what…

What Help back pain?
March 27, 2017

What Help back pain?

Follow me on Twitter @RobShmerling Back pain is remarkably common. It’s estimated that up to 80% of people will seek medical attention for back pain at some point in their lives. And it’s not just common — it’s a major cause of suffering, disability, and missed work. And, it’s expensive. According to a 2008 study, we spend about $86 billion a year on spine pain…

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