That aching, burning feeling that seems to have a permanent home in your lower back doesn’t need to stay there. With just a few actions, you can begin a journey toward relief! Imagine not needing to take painkillers or have to put heat or ice on your back any more because your lower back actually feels good…
Sciatica refers to a wide range of symptoms that can affect parts of the body ranging from the lower back to the feet. Symptoms can include moderate or severe pain, numbness, tingling, problems with motor control, and sensitivity to cold.
Fortunately, for sufferers of sciatica, there are chiropractic treatments that can greatly reduce the pain and discomfort associated with this affliction.
When people say, “I have arthritis,” it would sound like they are referring to a specific ailment, which it is not. Arthritis, which means an inflammation of the joint, can refer to something that describes more than 100 rheumatic diseases that are generally characterized by pain, stiffness in or swelling of the joints.
Finding the causes of lower left back pain can help you in both treating the effects of the pain, strengthening the muscle groups affected and even in certain cases prevent the muscle pain from reoccurring. There are several causes for the pain in your lower left side of your back without using prescribed medicine, surgery […]
Fibromyalgia is thought to be an autoimmune disease that causes widespread chronic pain. This pain manifests in the muscles throughout the body and ranges from moderate to severe pain. Regular exercise and stretches have been found to decrease pain levels in fibromyalgia patients. There are medications that are used to treat the symptoms of fibromyalgia, […]
Back pain is something that almost everyone will experience to some degree during their lifetime. The spine and the muscles supporting it are put under great amounts of stress throughout our normal daily activities. Sports, jobs, chores, dancing and other activities can add more stress than our spine and muscles can handle, resulting in back […]
A number of things can cause right quadrant back pain. Injury to the muscles or vertebra in the upper or mid back is generally the cause of most right quadrant back pain. If you don’t remember injuring or straining your back, it is important to see a doctor to rule out gall bladder and gastrointestinal […]
Upper back pain can be caused by bad posture, injury and stress. Exercises for upper back pain are really stretches. Good posture is necessary for performing the stretches correctly. If you don’t know if you have good posture, your doctor or physical therapist can help you. To stand with good posture your back should be straight […]
Osteoarthritis or spinal arthritis can be a debilitating disease that affects every facet of life. Regular exercise and Physical therapy is the most effective, non-drug treatment to reduce pain and increase mobility in those suffering spinal arthritis. Treatment focuses on strengthening the muscles around the arthritic joint; this increases mobility, decreases joint stiffness and reduces […]
Spinal arthritis affects the joints in the back and neck. It creates stiffness, swelling and pain in the joint and the muscles surrounding the joints. It is a vicious cycle that may require medication to treat. In addition to regular exercise and stretching routines, many patients have found a spinal arthritis diet to be beneficial.
Spinal Arthritis is one of the more common, debilitating forms of arthritis that affects millions of people. Common with most forms of arthritis, this version attacks the soft tissue between the spinal joints and reduces mobility because of the pain and inflammation associated with this disease.