Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain:  Most cases of lower back pain can be linked to the most common causes, which are muscle strain, injury, or overuse. But it can also be attributed to a specific condition of the spine: Herniated Disc, Degenerative Disc Disease, Spondylolisthesis, Spinal Stenosis and Osteoarthritis. Less common conditions that cause low back pain are sacroiliac joint dysfunction, spinal tumors, fibromyalgia, and piriformis syndrome. Pain is caused by damage or injury to the muscles and ligaments of the back. Dr. Alex Jimenez’s compiled articles pertaining to low back pain outline the importance of understanding the causes and effects of this uncomfortable symptom. About 80% of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes, often leading to sciatica and other complications. Through various of his articles, Dr. Jimenez emphasizes on the assortment of alternative treatments and solutions for individuals suffering from lower back pain, including chiropractic treatment and health coaching. Chiropractic focuses on restoring a person’s strength and flexibility to gradually help improve symptoms of lower back pain while health coaching works from a natural nutritional and supplement standpoint.

Alleviating Lumbar Pinched Nerves With Decompression

Introduction The back and spine are bound to the musculoskeletal system, where they work together to keep the entire body moving and upright. The back muscles…

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An Overview of Lumbar Traction Therapy

Introduction As the body’s central support structure in the musculoskeletal system, the spine ensures that the body can do everything without feeling discomfort or pain. The…

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Squat Exercises Causing Low Back Pain

Squat exercises are highly effective, as they strengthen the back and core muscles, helping the prevention of injury. They can be done anywhere with or…

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Low Back Gluteal Strengthening

Today, more than ever, individuals are less physically active and sitting down for more extended periods causing the gluteus muscles to be used less and…

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Tense Hips, Hamstrings, and Back Pain

The body is a connected whole and more than just separate parts and regions. When back pain presents, it might not be the back muscles…

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Kettlebell Strengthening For Back Pain Safety

Kettlebell training for the back muscles and back pain prevention can be part of a recommended treatment plan. When experiencing low back pain, many sports…

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Kinesiology, Kinesio, KT, Elastic Tape For Back Pain

We see it on all types of athletes nowadays. They are wearing tape that looks like it’s for an injury. It is for injuries, but…

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Back Pain Phone Apps: Finding The Right One For You

Recent studies have begun to show that back pain apps can enhance the body’s recovery when combined with conservative treatments and physical activity/exercise. Low back…

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Postmenopausal Osteoporosis and Aging Vs. Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Treating Premenstrual Syndrome with Botanical Herbs
Treating Premenstrual Syndrome with Botanical Herbs

Women’s menstrual cycle means, for most of them, going on a rollercoaster of feelings. Indeed, the menstrual cycle comes with familiar symptoms that are typical…

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Playing Tennis With Back Pain

Tennis is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of all ages and provides optimal physical activity and cardiovascular exercise. Although it can be leisurely,…

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