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Posts Tagged ‘back pain’

Back Pain and Incontinence: Are They Related?

December 19th, 2019 by Lauren

Experiencing back pain and incontinence at the same time could be a sign of a serious condition. Learn more about the two symptoms and how they could be related in the article below. Back Pain and Urinary Incontinence Surprisingly, many patients with incontinence also experience back pain. In fact, researchers in Canada in 2017 decided […]

When you have lower back and hip pain it can be difficult to determine the actual cause or location of the pain. Is it a spine problem? Is it a hip problem? Let’s take a look at some of the different conditions that can cause pain in this area and some methods doctors use to […]

How Your Shoe Choice Can Affect Your Back

November 25th, 2019 by Lauren

Some of the choices we make every day affect how our body feels. One example of this is our choice in footwear.  Believe it or not, your shoe choice can affect your back and any back pain you may experience. Let’s take a look at some shoes that can exacerbate your back pain and others […]

Studying can be a pain in the neck, literally. But you don’t literally have to suffer from back or neck pain while studying.  Here are 7 ways to prevent pain from schoolwork. How to Prevent Neck Pain While Studying 1. Correct Your Posture Did your mother ever say… “don’t slouch” or “sit up straight”. Well, […]

Back Pain in Children

August 15th, 2019 by Lauren

In many ways back pain in children is similar to back pain in adults. However, there are a few conditions which children and teenagers are may be more susceptible to. In this article we’ll discuss those as well as signs there may be a more serious problem. Back Pain in Children vs. Adults Causes for […]

An Overview of Sacroiliac Joint Pain: What is it? What causes it? How is it treated? What is the Sacroiliac Joint? The sacroiliac joint (also known as the SI joint) is the joint between the sacrum bone and the ilium bone. Sacrum – From the anatomy of the spine we know that the sacrum is […]

How can you tell the difference between back pain and kidney pain? The location and type of pain can help you figure out if you should see a spine doctor or have your kidneys checked. Also, accompanying symptoms can give you a clue as well. Back Pain or Kidney Pain? Here are Some Clues… Back […]

In last week’s article we talked about the best chairs for back pain. But, just because you work on a computer all day doesn’t mean that you have to sit in a chair all day. Another popular trend in office environments is to stand behind your desk. In this article we will look at sit […]

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