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Now that the spring season has finally made its debut, golfers are excited to get back to their game. If you play golf on occasion or consider yourself an avid golfer, know that you can enjoy your time out on the course without experiencing any back pain.
Back spasms cause sudden, sharp pain triggered by an involuntary muscle contraction, and often occur in the lower back. While they are sometimes temporary, back spasms can also be debilitating.
Whiplash, or neck strain, is a common injury resulting from the force of sudden acceleration-deceleration caused by rapid, unrestrained forward and backward movement of a person’s head and neck.
Minimally invasive or not, spine surgery of any kind is a serious procedure. If you want to safely strengthen your spine and prevent future injuries, you must take the recovery process as seriously as the surgery itself. Here are five tips to help you recover from back surgery.
Halloween is right around the corner. For kids, that means costumes and candy. But, if suffer from chronic back pain on a normal day, then Halloween can be a real nightmare.
Spinal trauma, or a spine fracture, is caused by a sudden blow or injury to the vertebrae from incidences such as car accidents, falls and sports injuries.
Pain can be a tough thing to explain because everyone’s tolerance is different. What you may be debilitating back pain to you might be manageable to someone else. But, the universal pain scale is the best way to explain your back pain in order to help your physician understand and diagnose its source.
If you are suffering from chronic back pain or recovering from a back injury, improving your posture and spinal alignment are great ways to get relief and prevent further damage.
As a nonsurgical treatment method or to help you manage pain following spine surgery, your doctor may prescribe pain medication. It is important to understand how to properly use these medications, as they can be the key to successfully recovering from spine conditions and spine surgery.
Whether a cold front or rainstorm, have you ever felt like you could predict the weather based on how much your back or joints ache? While there is minimal evidence to support a correlation between weather and back pain, it’s hard to believe their connection is merely a coincidence.