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Back Pain

Articles & Stretches

Back Pain Symptoms and Causes

It doesn’t really matter what you want to call it - herniated disc, sciatica, arthritis, degenerative disc disease, lumber pain, thoracic pain, sacral pain, facet syndrome, radiculopathy, spinal stenosis, piriformis syndrome...

Posture Perfect

This just in… slouching is bad for you. Whether you are sitting or standing, slouching can do one or all of the following:

1. Injure vertebral discs in the neck, mid and lower back....

back strengthening

Most of us know about the benefits of stretching at your desk to decrease back pain and neck pain. What we tend to forget is that we also need to strengthen our backs...

Back Pain After Baby

When I was 5 months pregnant with my son, I started having terrible back pain...

Back Stretches Hamstring Stretches

The stretch exercises for back pain on this site are two of many low back stretch options....

5 tips to prevent back pain

Keeping a "neutral spine position" means maintaining the natural arch in the small of your back....

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Sitting for hours in a car or at a desk can cause low back pain and/or low back stiffness. 

Hip Flexor Stretches

Tight hip flexors are common and a big contributor to back pain. Back pain treatment, such as this stretch will keep your spine healthy and help to attain back pain relief.

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Low back stiffness is a common complaint of people who spend a lot of time sitting or driving. There are two important muscle groups that get tight when sitting. 

Research has shown that there are two very important muscles involved in low back pain. By “involved” I mean that these muscles ...

Knee Pain 

Articles & Exercises

Knee pain symptoms and causes

As we get older, the knees are the first to complain. You may have been diagnosed by a medical professional with all sorts of impressive terms for your pain...

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  • Being overweight make women 4 times more likely (men 5 times more likely) to develop knee osteoarthritis.

  • New research shows that a 10% decrease in weight...

knee pain golf

I love my golfers. I once had a patient come to me in excruciating back pain. He could barely walk the back pain was so bad. ...

Knee Stretch Inner Thigh

To properly address knee pain and knee pain relief, it is important to address the muscles that have a direct correspondence to knee pain relief – the hip adductor muscles (inner thighs)....

The Clam Exercise -- 1

Hip muscle strengthening and ankle muscle strengthening indirectly affect the knees by improving the way we walk. The most current knee rehab focuses ... 

Knee Stretches Hamstring

To properly address knee pain and knee pain relief, it is important to address the muscles that have a direct correspondence to knee pain relief - the hamstring muscles for example. ...

ab strengthing

This video will help you strengthen your knees, by strengthening your gluts...

Work & Computer Issues

headache at work

Just like all the other muscles in the body, the eye muscles are susceptible to repetitive strain injuries. Staring at a computer monitor for 8 hours a day...

Top 5 ways to avoid wrist pain

Top 5 Ways to Avoid Wrist Pain at Work

Repetitive strain injuries such as carpel tunnel syndrome are common in the workplace. Wrist pain is usually the first warning sign...

alignment

Taking a break from desk work is one of the best ways to avoid back pain, neck pain or repetitive strain injuries associated with desk work. During your break,...

Back to School Resolutions

The Back to School time of year is here again and with it comes feelings of renewal and promise. For me, back to school is even better than New Year’s for setting resolutions. ...

Posture Perfect

This just in… slouching is bad for you. Whether you are sitting or standing, slouching can do one or all of the following:

1. Injure vertebral discs in the neck,...

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