... The Top Solutions, Causes, and Symptoms
About 25 percent of Americans experience lower back pain every year, and virtually everyone will suffer from a significant back pain episode at least once. In fact, the fifth most common reason for all physician visits in the United States is -- you guessed it -- lower back pain.[ … Read More
Tight muscles are a frequent cause of lower back pain.
Most of the lower back pain cases we see are the result of muscle imbalances that cause a postural dysfunction called a forward tipping pelvis. This is common in large part to how many of us sit all day long working at a desk or driving, which creates extremely tight … Read More
A chiropractor is often the first choice for those seeking relief from lower back pain. And for good reason.
Chiropractic is a natural and non-invasive form of therapy that allows your body to naturally heal itself by removing interferences in the nervous system caused by spinal misalignments, called subluxations.
But is a … Read More
It's not uncommon to experience low back pain and bowel problems at the same time.
Low back pain and bowel problems are occasionally linked, as they are both in close proximity to one another.
And, remedying one can often relieve the other.
The key to relieving low back pain and bowel problems is finding the source … Read More
Most pain relief medications, including over the counter pills widely available on your local grocery store shelves, have dangerous side effects. But doing nothing when you're in pain isn't an option for most folks.
That's why we're always on the lookout for new ways to safely, naturally help you get rid of pain. For … Read More
Filed Under: Arthritis
, Back Pain
, General Health
, Lower Back Pain
, Pain Cream
, Pain Relief
, Rub on Relief
, Sciatic Pain
, Upper Back Pain
Written By: February 25,2011
Quick. You just hurt your lower back. What do you do?
If you're like most back pain sufferers, you'll reach for a bottle of pain killers and go lie down. But is that really the best way to get back on your feet and keep the pain away?
Use this guide during those important first hours after injury to help your back recover … Read More
"We tend to get what we expect." – Norman Vincent Peale
Allow me to be blunt. I have helped literally tens of thousands of people from around the world overcome back pain and sciatica. I have failed to help many thousands more. And almost always the difference lies in the attitude, expectations, and willingness of the perso … Read More
A group of researchers in Denmark recently discovered a 90-day course of antibiotics led to a 75% success rate in reducing or eliminating lower back pain for 29 patients who completed the study.
All participants had been diagnosed with a herniated disc and modic changes (MRI indicated swelling of vertebral bone tissue) in a … Read More
Winter has certainly hit with a vengeance this year. Snowfall records have fallen all along the eastern seaboard. The deep south has seen rare snowstorms. And with several more weeks of winter to go, we can expect to see a lot more of the white stuff across much of the United States.
Snow shoveling is great exercise. But lo … Read More
WARNING: Some exercises will help while others might make your lower back pain worse. Watch this video below to learn how you can figure out which lower back pain exercises are going to be best for you. … Read More