Tag: Back Ache

Waist Training: Can it Help or Worsen Back Pain?

Have you been looking for the “perfect” hack to achieve an “hourglass figure” but fear that it might compromise other aspects of your health? Are you worried that wearing waist trainers can eventually put excess pressure on your spine and lead to constant back pain? Do you really need to sacrifice comfort to achieve your […]

Herbs for Sciatica Relief: How Do They Work?

Do you want to know how to get rid of sciatica with the help of herbs? We’ve created the perfect guide for you!

Wallet Neuritis: Can A Wallet Cause Sciatica?

If you’re asking how to get rid of sciatica, perhaps the answer is to make sure you do not put your wallet in your back pocket.

Can Aloe Vera Truly Help With Low Back Pain?

Have you ever wondered if there was a way to eliminate back pain for good? Naturally? Why not try the upper cervical chiropractic and aloe vera combo?

Why Does Running Cause Lower Back Pain?

An upper cervical chiropractor is no stranger to complaints about low back pain after running. This can be due to several factors, including spine issues.

Meditation For Back Pain Relief: Is It Effective?

Meditation and upper cervical care are natural methods to ease your back pain. This combination may be the solution you have been looking for!

Unmissable Signs That Your Sciatica is Improving

How does sciatica go away on its own? It can take 4-6 weeks or longer. Watch out for telltale signs, including reduced or retreating pain.

Secrets to Relieving Sciatica Pain Caused by Prolonged Standing

Learning how to get rid of sciatica can start with understanding your symptoms. Knowing if they come when sitting or standing can make coping easier.

Bed Habits That Spell Bad News for Back Pain Sufferers

Tired of constant back pain from bad bed habits? Perhaps it’s time for a new technique! Try NUCCA, an upper cervical chiropractic technique that works wonders.

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