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4 steps for back pain relief Blog Posts
By Mayo Clinic Health System staff Back pain is a common ailment for many adults. According to the National Institutes of Health, 8 out of 10 adults experience pain in their back at some point...
Back pain basics Blog Posts
The good news: back pain rarely is a sign of something serious. The bad news: Most of us will have back pain at some point. Learn the basics of back pain, how to get relief and when its time to worry.
6 tips for managing back pain Blog Posts
If you experience back pain, you should know there are tips and tricks for easing the pain rather than making it worse. Don’t let back pain slow you down.
When should I see a doctor about back pain? Blog Posts
About 80% of adults experience back pain at some time in their lives. For most people, it will go away on its own with self-care. So, how do you know when to see your doctor about your back pain?
Treating Back Pain Without Surgery Blog Posts
Back pain is one of the most common health complaints in the U.S. In fact, nine out of 10 Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Surgery is rarely needed to treat back pain...
Back pain care and prevention Blog Posts
It’s estimated about 80 percent of people will suffer from low back pain in their lifetime. Knowing what to do when the time comes is important.
Oh, my aching pregnancy back Blog Posts
Back pain is a common complaint for pregnant women. As you gain weight, your center of gravity shifts forward. To avoid falling forward, you compensate by leaning back, which can strain the muscles...
... to work. Here are the 6 most common types of chronic pain are assessed and treated by a neurosurgery care team: 1. Back and neck pain The most common type of chronic pain is low back pain...
Exercises for a happy back Blog Posts
Don't let back pain slow you down. Learn how to stretch and strengthen your back properly to keep you moving.
What is a spinal fusion, and does it work? Blog Posts
“Oh my aching back!” If your back pain is caused by structural issues and not muscle or ligament strain, find out what spinal fusion is and how you can benefit.