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back pain

Plus tips to keep you from further damaging your back!
It's no surprise that governments are focusing more attention on how to better support musculoskeletal (MSK) patients, considering that back pain is now the leading single cause of disability worldwide. Ontario chiropractors are playing a crucial role in the development of new models of care to help our province face these challenges.
Getting the keys to a place you can call your own is just the beginning; there are so many physically demanding things that
Your mother always told you to sit up straight, and now scientists are saying the same thing — but possibly for a different
If you suffer from back issues like I do then your even more conscious on how to stay back healthy while travelling. On the road, uncomfortable car seats to small, cramped spaces on airplanes, buses, or trains, travel puts a serious strain on backs and necks. Here are a few travel tips that can work to reduce or avoid back pain and discomfort while travelling.
Our habit of sitting for long periods of time has to change; it's not just wreaking havoc on our posture and causing low back pain. We need to look beyond just the negative effects on posture and towards the long-term impact on our overall health.
On the heels of comparable guidelines for men, part two of the first-ever study documenting how the spine moves during sex
It's not the rain, nor the temperature, humidity, barometric pressure or wind direction, says a new study that refutes an
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
2012-05-28-GermGuyBanner.jpg 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.