Jager bombs won't do much to relieve your hip pain, pal.
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Lower back giving you trouble? Try these three exercises to keep the pain from getting worse.
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Let me start saying that from my "experience," and that's what this article is all about (not expertise), probably most of my visits to doctors and specialists as a patient have been a waste of my time, plus a misuse of all kind of resources depending on where one is living and what kind of insurance one would have.
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Sitting on your wallet? That's a big no.
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It all starts with practicing proper posture.
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Anyone who has suffered from SIJ (sacroiliac joint) pain knows that it can cause some serious discomfort. Specifically this pain can be located in your back, hip, and perhaps even down your leg. Sever...
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Don't let a sore back prevent you from doing the things you love.
Plus tips to keep you from further damaging your back!
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Your mother always told you to sit up straight, and now scientists are saying the same thing — but possibly for a different reason. In the video above, DNews attempts to explain what exactly is causin...
Any type of injury or lower back pain may discourage you to hit the gym, but fitting in a few moves (even at home), will help you stretch your back and find relief. "Good posture in our everyday move...
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Did you know that 85 per cent of Canadians will be sidelined by low back pain in their lifetime?
Andrea Bean and Suzanne Denis, physiotherapists at Sunnybrook's Holland Centre, share some ways you can prevent low back pain.
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On the heels of comparable guidelines for men, part two of the first-ever study documenting how the spine moves during sex has released recommendations for women on how to put the pleasure back in lov...
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It's not the rain, nor the temperature, humidity, barometric pressure or wind direction, says a new study that refutes an association between lower back pain and inclement weather. "Many patients beli...
Even when you're not paying attention to it, your back is working for you — which is why you need to make sure you strengthen it as much as you do other muscles in your body. A strong back can contrib...
Medical professionals may soon have one more weapon in their arsenal against chronic lower back pain. In 2008, a team out of the University of Southern Denmark treated a small group of lower back pain sufferers with antibiotics. Over 60% of the patients showed improvement in their condition.