Category: Back Pain Relief

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How Can I Tell if My Back Pain is Being Caused by a Herniated Disc?

April 20th, 2020

Did you know that the spine contains 24 bones? Of those bones, 5 of them are located in the lower back. In addition to these bones, the spine also contains several nerves and intervertebral discs. The spine is such a complex part of the body that it is not uncommon for pain to occur from

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Improve Your Posture and Relieve Your Back Pain Today!

Improve Your Posture and Relieve Your Back Pain Today!

February 10th, 2020

According to a longitudinal study, approximately 3% of all emergency room visits tend to be the result of back pain or injury. Back pain is the most commonly reported area of pain, which can cause significant limits to one’s daily life.  It is common for back pain to develop as the result of poor posture.

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Become Better Balanced with Targeted Core Strengthening

January 6th, 2020

Core strength training is an important part of physical therapy. The muscles in your core help in anchoring your center of gravity, which gives you the ability to balance yourself. Whether you’re sitting, standing, or running, your core muscles play an integral role in keeping you balanced.  A weak core can cause you to feel

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Get Rid of Those Pains in Your Back and Neck!

December 22nd, 2019

There are many reasons why one may develop back or neck pain. Anything that causes the spine’s anatomy to change can result in back pain, such as lumbar disc herniation, lumbar degenerative disc disease, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, or osteoarthritis.  Neck pain is most commonly caused by muscle strains, which can develop as a result of

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How Do I Know if My Sciatica Pain is in Need of Physical Therapy?

November 20th, 2019

Did you know that the sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the human body? It stretches from the lower back down to the legs, ending at the feet. People living with sciatica typically describe their discomfort as “shooting pains,” typically down one side of the body.  While sciatica does not always require physical therapy

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