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Back Pain and Sciatica - Evaluating Your Options by Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm You’ve been hurting for months. You can’t stay on your feet for more than a few minutes. It hurts to sit for too long. Recently you can’t get a good night’s sleep because you just can’t get comfortable. The painkillers aren’t working, and you’re starting to think seriously about back surgery. But after all the expense, rehabilitation and risk, wi ... Read on »
Can My Back Be Causing More than Just Back or Leg Pain? by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 10 Mar 2009 3:40pm Yes, low back pain can often cause leg pain. Nerves in the low back not only communicate to your back and leg muscles but also go to the important parts of your body like you bladder, intestines, sexual organs, etc...And if pressure continues to accumulate on nerves or a nerve other problems often do start to happen. Think of it like this – if ... Read on »
What Causes Back Pain? You Might Not Have Thought of These 3 Back Pain Tips. by DocSpallone Posted Thu 06 May 2010 9:52am What causes back pain? Besides the common causes of back pain like lifting something too heavy or shoveling 10 inches of spring snow from an 80 foot driveway (been there, done that), here are insights about what causes back pain that you may ... Read on »
Upper Back Pain Causes - How to Discover the Reason For Your Upper Back Pain by meital j. Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 10:34pm Upper back pain has become a common complaint in the recent years, as more and more people spend most of their day sitting in front of a computer or leaning on their desk for hours and hours. But this is not the only cause for it. Here you will find the common and less common upper back pain causes - and how to choose the right treatment fo ... Read on »
Back packs cause back pain! by Carol Grant Posted Wed 13 Oct 2010 5:14am 1 Comment Back pain is pervasive among American adults, but a new and disturbing trend is emerging. Young children are suffering from back pain much earlier than previous generations, and the use of overweight backpacks is a contributing factor, according to the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). In fact, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safe ... Read on »
Most Common Back Pain Cause Isn’t A Bad Back by Deb Froehlich Posted Fri 22 Feb 2013 2:32pm One of the most common low back pain causes is NOT usually a “bad back”  it’s “tight hips”.  I can’t think of many people who aren’t plagued with tight hips.  The activities or maybe I should say “inactivities” of every day life (sitting) is a big cause. In today’s Fix your body Friday feature we’re going to cover part 1 of a simple ... Read on »
Most Common Back Pain Cause Isn’t A Bad Back by Deb Froehlich Posted Fri 22 Feb 2013 2:32pm One of the most common low back pain causes is NOT usually a “bad back”  it’s “tight hips”.  I can’t think of many people who aren’t plagued with tight hips.  The activities or maybe I should say “inactivities” of every … Read the rest Read on »
Sciatica: A Real Pain in the Butt by Dr. Brad Lustick Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 9:53pm THE MANY FACES AND CAUSES OF SCIATICA Sciatica merely describes a path of pain and is not a specific diagnosis. The use of the term "sciatica" does not specify a cause. Defined, "sciatica" is a description of a particular path of pain following the sciatic nerve as it traverses the buttock (hip) and/or continues down the back of the thigh, ... Read on »
Are Trigger Points Causing your Neck and Upper Back Pain? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:00pm A few years ago, a patient brought in a funny looking tool that looked like a cane with knobs. At first appearance I could not figure out what the purpose of this "tool" was. My patient demonstrated to me how this device helped work on her trigger points and she excitedly explained  how it gave her a lot relief from tight muscles in her upper b ... Read on »
The High Heels Controversy: Do they Really Cause Low Back Pain? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm Personally, I love to wear heels- they make you look and feel taller, elongating your body, making your feet look very pretty. In fact I would love to own a pair of Christian Louboutin If you are working in construction, nursing, or in a factory job you can get away with wearing comfortable sneakers or shoes that provide good support for your ... Read on »