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Some blogs that talk about the back. Causes of back pain. There are many factors that can cause back pain. It can be trauma (shocks, fractures, sprains…), repeated movements (manual handling, vibrations…), osteoarthritis, but also cancerous, infectious or inflammatory diseases. More rarely, back pain may be due to inflammation of internal organs (for example, the pleura, pancreas, stomach or intestine), Bechterew's disease and other forms of inflammatory rheumatism, other metabolic diseases, infections and fractures of the vertebrae ... It is often advisable to play sports regularly so as not to have back pain. About 90% of low back pain heals without going to a doctor. If your back pain is accompanied by an inability to control your bladder and bowels, now is the time to go to the emergency room. It is a sign of a disorder of the spinal canal, such as a herniated disc or an injury. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Rhomboid Muscle Pain Relief Exercises April 19, 2022
    Rhomboid muscle pain can be a short-term nuisance, or a long-term chronic condition. It can be a painful thing to live with, as well as it can limit one’s overall mobility. The Rhomboid major is a muscle that runs along both shoulder blades. It attaches to the spinous processes of the thoracic vertebrae on one […]

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  • Do You Have Sciatica? The Slump Test January 25, 2022
    In this video, Dr. Oliver explains how to use the slump test to figure out if the symptoms you currently have are from Sciatica or not. The Slump Test for Sciatica is actually a really simple test. Essentially, what we’re looking to see is if the symptoms that are going down your leg are caused […]

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  • Frozen Shoulder Exercises November 18, 2021
    First, What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a thickening of connective tissue in the shoulder joint capsule.[3] It causes pain and loss of range of motion when the arm is moved actively or passively, which can make it difficult to complete daily activities.[1][2] There is only so much room […]

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  • Latest news from : Dr. Rachel Raycraft, PT, DPT (back health sport )

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  • Ask A Chiropractor: What Causes the Popping Sound During an Adjustment? April 29, 2022
    Chiropractic adjustments have been used for many years as an innovative approach for relieving back and neck pain. However, sometimes people are afraid of hearing some popping sounds during the treatment, which is pretty normal! Let’s talk about what a chiropractic adjustment is, what causes the popping sounds you hear during an adjustment, and where...  […]

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  • Should I Be Concerned if I’m Experiencing Lower Back Pain in My Right Side? April 15, 2022
    It’s not surprising to hear someone complaining about low back pain. It’s an all-too-common occurrence in adults of all ages, especially the elderly. Fortunately, most cases of low back pain are no cause for concern, as they often resolve within a few days with basic remedies. However, if your lower back pain is in your...  […]

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  • Avoid Common Migraine Triggers with These Helpful Tips March 31, 2022
    There are two words that can aptly describe migraine: “debilitating” and “distressing.” If you suffer from migraines, these words are all-too-familiar realities that make you want to know what to do to prevent attacks at all costs. One commonsense strategy to avoid migraine attacks is to identify the very things that trigger them. Knowing is...  […]

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  • Latest news from : Jeetendra Kumar (back health sport )

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  • Apr 19, Part 2. BEWARE OF INAPPROPRIATE ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY April 19, 2022
    As you will read in this paper, in New South Wales only one in five workers who have spinal fusion return to work after two years and one in five have another spine surgery within two years. I'm sure you'll all agree, these are disastrously poor outcomes, besides telling nothing of the pain, misery and […]

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  • Apr 19, Part 1. BEWARE OF INAPPROPRIATE ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY April 19, 2022
    Most people submit to spinal surgery in desperation. After weeks, months (sometimes years) of a crippling pain and - alas! often quite useless - ineffectual conservative treatment, they're simply too worn out to keep on fighting. They're looking for a quick fix. In the following article you will read that simply getting a second opinion […]

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  • Sep 7, Part 1. WHY COULD YOU BE IN CHRONIC PAIN AFTER SPINAL FUSION? September 7, 2021
    Spinal fusions are much less readily performed these days and there's good reason for this: residual pain. 
The pain may be just as bad or worse after surgery (with or without sciatica) or the back may be passably okay for a few years but then starts to become problematic again. There are several reasons for […]

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