Category: Exercise

Motor Skill–Focused Workouts May Combat Back Pain

Motor Skill–Focused Workouts May Combat Back Pain

| January 14, 2016

Exercise focused on improving motor skills may work as well for easing lower back pain as other types of physical activity, a recent research review suggests. Based on data from 29 previously conducted trials involving a total of 2,431 adults aged 22 to 55 years, the study team also found that people who exercised generally […]

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What’s Causing your Low Back Pain?

What’s Causing your Low Back Pain?

| December 8, 2015

Eighty percent of people report having low back pain in their lifetime, and the phenomenon has been worsening. According to the National Institute of Health, in the 1990s, it was the sixth most “burdensome condition” affecting Americans. By 2010, it had jumped to the third highest. Lower back pain seems hard to treat because it […]

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Great Stretches to Aid an Aching Back

Great Stretches to Aid an Aching Back

| November 17, 2015

Do you suffer from chronic back and neck pain? Practice the following five exercises on a weekly or bi-weekly basis and get rid of that aching back! Full Body Roll-Up Strengthens core in a slow, controlled motion. Teaches you to articulate your spine. Stretches the muscles in the back and legs that cause tightness in […]

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Coming Up Next: Golfing and Pain Management Seminar

Coming Up Next: Golfing and Pain Management Seminar

| November 10, 2015

Make sure to RSVP to the Center for Spine and Orthopedics’ Golfing and Pain Management Seminar, which takes place in just over a week! The Center for Spine and Orthopedics proudly invites all golf enthusiasts to attend a FREE Medical Seminar on Golfing and Pain Management! Learn how to pick the right club to prevent […]

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