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Yoga Moves to Help With Chronic Back Pain. It’s estimated that between 49-70 experiencing active episodes of back pain. Rarely is back pain a one-time episode; rather, for most, it is a chronic issue that requires further treatment and even adjustments to one’s life. Often more than just the pain, chronic back pain can cause other problems in a person’s life including anxiety, depression, disability and a decreased quality of life. This fact has moved researchers and indi...
Posted on 2019-07-30
6 Tips to Prevent Lower Back Pain at Work. You may be surprised to know that the second most common reason adults visit a physician is for back pain. In addition to sick leave, nearly $90 billion is spent on the diagnosis and management of lower back pain annually in the US. The spine is arguably one of your most precious assets, helping to keep you upright and providing the framework for a stable body in motion and at rest. Keeping the spine in good working...
Posted on 2019-06-30
. 5 Benefits of Keeping Up with Your Physical Therapy. If you’ve suffered an injury, it’s likely that your physician has recommended physical therapy as part of your treatment plan. In some cases, people with injuries, chronic pain, or limited mobility choose surgery over physical therapy, as they consider surgery to be a quick and more efficient way to cure the problem. However, given the fact that physical therapy is the least intrusive treatment, it’s wise to try physical ...
Posted on 2019-05-10
Three Easy Neck Stretches You Can Do Anywhere, Anytime. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that approximately 20% of the worldwide population has suffered from some type of neck pain during the last three months. This isn’t surprising considering that many people stare at computers, or their smartphones, for the better part of the day. If you’ve ever had neck pain, you know how annoying and painful it can be; but it can also lead to other problems such as headache...
Posted on 2019-04-10
VIA TUSCALOOSANEWS.COMLOS ANGELES | The worst day of Aaron Baker’s life wasn’t when the then-20-year-old professional motocross racer crashed his bike one spring day in 1999, flew over the handlebars and hit the ground head-first, paralyzing him from the neck down. No, the worst day came a year later when Baker’s physical therapy ended. That was when his therapists, marveling that he could actually stand on his own again and move his arms some, cautioned him not to expect much...
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