Tag: Lower Back Pain Relief

Why a Compassionate Doctor Is Vital for Fibromyalgia Patients

Fibromyalgia is a difficult enough condition to deal with without the additional burden of a healthcare professional who doesn’t take it seriously. The added stress of a doctor who does not seem to have compassion for what you are dealing with may actually serve to increase stress levels – a well-known trigger of fibromyalgia flare-ups. […]

Back Pain – Is Mindfulness the Answer?

Back pain is the most common cause of disability around the world. Medications rarely provide any kind of long-term benefit and surgeries can be dangerous and ineffective. As a result, many natural ways to cope with back pain are appearing. Mindfulness is one such method. Does it work? Is there a better natural option? Does […]

The Cause of Sciatica and Solution to Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatica is a feeling of pain, numbness, or tingling that occurs due to a pinched sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is massive and extends from the lower back down each leg. As a result, sciatica can cause different symptoms from patient to patient depending on the part of the nerve being compressed. The following symptoms […]

The Benefits of Upper Cervical Chiropractic for Back Pain

  Upper Cervical Chiropractic for Back Pain Back pain is both one of the most common reasons for a person to go to the doctor and one of the most common reasons for a physician to write a script for highly-addictive pain medications. Because of this, researchers are constantly on the lookout for alternative ways […]

Natural Solution to Low Back Pain Via Adjustments, Exercise

Back pain is one of the most common ailments globally, but did you know that there is a gentle and natural way to get relief? We’re going to look at 3 exercises that can strengthen your lower back as well as a subspecialty of chiropractic that provides adjustments without the popping or twisting. Read on […]

Long-Term Back Pain Relief – Something Better Than Steroid Shots

Chronic back pain affects people across the globe and is the world’s number one cause of disability. Many try to take their back pain one day at a time and just take an over-the-counter pain reliever as needed. Others who are looking for long-term relief from chronic back problems have turned to steroid injections. However, […]

3 Natural Ways to Relieve Back Pain

Before you reach for an (OTC) over-the-counter painkiller for your back pain, we’d like to introduce you to three ways to reduce or eliminate back pain naturally. Since back pain will afflict 80% of us at some point in life, these are tips that anyone can use. #1: Strengthen Your Core If you’ve ever done […]

Back Pain – Can It Really Shorten Your Life?

Back pain is such a common problem in the world. It is the leading cause of disability and affects about 700 million people. Researchers in Australia recently took a close look at backache. This problem afflicts 4 million in that nation alone, and results in over a billion dollars in treatment. But what researchers found […]

A Safer Alternative to Ibuprofen for Back Pain

Back pain is one of the world’s most common health problems in the world today, and it results in most cases of disability globally. It is also the most common cause of disability among younger individuals. For example, in the US, lower back pain is the leading cause of disability for those age 45 and […]

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