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  • Neck & Spine Preventative Health Tips

    One of the most important things we can do is maintain a healthy weight limit; this will help to maintain the proper bone alignment and stabilization of the spine, and prevents further degeneration of the spine.

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  • Management of Sacroiliac Back Pain with Steroid Injections

    When you are experiencing debilitating back pain, this pain can bring your busy life to a screeching halt. People who have never had such pain have absolutely no idea how it can keep you from everything that is important to both you and them. You may even consider back surgery to attempt to return to, well, living your life as you previously had.

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  • A Poor Posture Can Cause Unexplained Aches and Pains, but You Can Fix It

    Do you suffer from various aches and pains, but don’t know what causes them? There’s a chance you might have a condition called swayback posture. Swayback is a stance involving the incorrect alignment of the pelvis and a curved lower back. It’s best fixed once detected because it causes back pain, muscle tension, disk bulges, headaches, and arthritis.

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  • What Is Cervical Fusion Surgery?

    Neck pain is a common affliction that can be caused by a variety of factors. While many of these factors take care of themselves over time, a few require more proactive measures. Particularly if the pain is caused by spinal compression or by a damaged or diseased disk located in the cervical spine (the portion of the spine that includes the neck), surgery may become the recommended course of action.

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  • What You Need to Know About Neck Pain

    While neck pain affects approximately ten percent of the population at any given time, it’s rarely associated with any life-threatening conditions. Most neck pain will go away within a few weeks, with nearly 90 percent of individuals who have experienced neck pain reporting no lasting discomfort after two months. By developing a better understanding of neck pain, ranking behind back pain as the primary complaint of patients at doctor’s offices in the United States, you’ll know what to expect if you happen to experience a sudden pain in the neck.

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  • Back Pain in Men

    Back pain is one of the most commonly experienced symptoms among adults. Although men are less likely to seek medical attention for back pain than women, they’re more prone to developing back problems especially if their line of work requires manual labor. Back pain is usually caused by incorrect lifting or degenerative changes in the spine which can be controlled with back strengthening exercises and anti-inflammatory medications; but in some cases, physical therapy or even surgery may be needed. Although most causes of back pain in men are due to aging and overuse, there are other conditions that need to be ruled out when back pain is persistent. Here are some other, sometimes overlooked, disorders that can cause back pain in men.

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