Upper Back Pain Action Plan

Pinched Nerve

If you’re suffering from general upper-back , you’re probably having a hard time doing daily activities like driving a car, working at the computer, or even brushing your teeth. You may be experiencing headaches or radiating pain into the arms and/or the shoulder blades. You may have had muscles "lock up,” making it nearl … Read More

Filed Under: 7 Day Back Pain Cure, Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Natural Alternatives for Dealing with Upper Back Pain

Surgery for back pain is only performed in about 5% of all cases. And only 1% of all disc herniation occur in the thoracic, or upper back, due to its stability. This is good news for those with upper back pain: odds are high upper back surgery won’t be in your future. While upper back surgery is still rare, upper back pain … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Upper Back Pain Treatment: The 5 Best Solutions and What to Avoid

Your upper back has an important job. It’s responsible for keeping your back stable and helping to protect organs like your heart and lungs. It doesn’t flex or move nearly as much as your lower back, and for this reason it’s far less susceptible to degeneration and injury. But when upper back pain does occur, it can be de … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Upper Back Pain

... The Top Solutions, Causes, and Symptoms Unlike your lower back, which provides a great deal of mobility for movement, your upper back is relatively stable, providing support for standing upright and protecting your heart, lungs and other vital organs in your chest. Because movement is limited, injury and degeneration is … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Upper Back Pain Relief – Trigger Points & Muscle Imbalances

  While lower back pain and neck pain tend to get the most attention because they’re far more common, getting upper back pain relief is every bit as important for those suffering from it. Upper back pain is less common mainly because your thoracic spine is much more stable than other areas of your back and neck. Yo … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Relieve Upper Back Pain – Our 4 Top Back Pain Tips

  While lower back pain rightfully gets a lot attention, upper back pain is a growing problem. This is especially true among office workers and those who spend hours behind the wheel driving. Upper back pain relief starts with you and your personal choices. Here’s our top four upper back pain tips to help you relieve … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Back Exercises for Upper Back Pain

When you are in pain the last thing you think would help is exercise. However, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. In many cases, exercising is exactly what you need. Now before you jump the gun, we are not talking about hopping on a treadmill or doing jumping jacks. The type of back exercises we are referring to could … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

School Backpacks: Hurting Our Kids?

  Every fall millions of American children and teenagers return to school. And like clockwork, hundreds of articles and news stories expounding the potential dangers of kids backpacks return to virtually every newspaper, television station and news website. Are backpacks really hurting our kids? Should parents lie … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

What Causes Pain in the Upper Back Side ?

There are many causes for pain in the upper back, some of which are from minor sources, and some of which can be quite serious. You may have simply strained your back, lifting incorrectly or even while just bending to pick something up. Your back is a complex set of nerves, spinal discs, spinal fluid, and musculature that ca … Read More

Filed Under: Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,

Upper Neck Pain

Upper neck pain plagues many people in these fast paced and stressful times. It's fairly typical for people to carry stress and tension in their neck and shoulders, so it's no surprise when complaints of pain result. The neck is also arguably one of the weaker points in the spinal column, and as such is more susceptible to i … Read More

Filed Under: Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT,