Articles: back pain

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  1. 10 Hacks To Relieve Back Pain For Office Workers / Employees

    by Dr Mark El-Hayek

    Emрlоуеrѕ саn help сurb соѕtѕ аѕѕосіаtеd with muѕсulоѕkеlеtаl disorders through bоth chiropractor Sydney рrеvеntіоn and proper treatment. Ergоnоmісѕ, jоіnt-frіеndlу wоrkрlасе design...

  2. 8 Pain Relievers You’ll Never Hear About From Your Doctor

    by Jesse Cannone

    This vital mineral compound acts fast to reduce muscle irritability, twitching, and painful muscle spasms. It has been shown to effectively deliver comfort by reducing pain in arthr...

  3. Assessment of the Body Regions - the Back

    by Mario-Paul Cassar

    A fundamental aspect of bodywork is the assessment of the presenting symptoms and the aetiology. The particular region of the body must be assessed for malfunction, contraindicatio...

  4. Assessment of the Body Regions - The Back (continued from Issue 92)

    by Mario-Paul Cassar

    In this column, Mario-Paul Cessar continues with his assessment of the back by looking at dysfunctions of the skeletal structure. He discusses signs and symptoms and how to palpate...

  5. Back Care in the Workplace

    by Ian Fletcher Price

    The most common form of spinal injury and back pain can be attributed to sedentary lifestyles, and is manifested by the same back injury from which I had suffered. Hunched, with sh...

  6. Back Conditions and Holism

    by Mary Martin

    In this article, Mary Martin, reflexologist, illustrates how reflexology can be used to alleviate back pain by working holistically through the body’s energetic communication syste...

  7. Back Pain: Causes and Treatments Reviewed

    by Steven Hefferon

    This article starts by explaining that back care treatment is a complicated process and that the most successful patients are those who continually search for and try new therapies...

  8. Close Encounters with a Yoga Master

    by Ruth White

    In this Regular Column, Ruth White, now a well known and acclaimed yoga teacher, recounts how having suffered from backache for many years, she decided to take up yoga. She attende...

  9. Does Travel Cause You Back Pain? Here's How to Avoid It...

    by Dr Mark Wiley

    This article reminds us that “Vacations are fun, but travelling is a pain in the neck!”, and that travelling can be an even bigger pain in the back.

  10. Don’t Feed Back Pain

    by Joel Carbonnel

  11. Facet Joint Syndrome: Source of Your Back or Neck Pain?

    by Jesse Cannone

    Facet joints connect your vertebrae together. They provide a smooth slippery surface allowing you to bend and twist. And they limit your range of motion just enough to prevent ac...

  12. Fitter for Life - Stop Sitting Down so Much

    by Carrie Schmitz

    Summer is coming and with it, the anticipation of beach holidays in far flung places. For many, the onset of Summer also means the start of the ‘beach body diet,’ which tends to con...

  13. For Back Pain Look to the Front of the Body Too

    by Allan Rudolf

    Bodyworkers can divide their clients loosely into two (not necessarily exclusive) groups. There are clients who want to relieve general stress and be more relaxed. And there are cl...

  14. Gokhale Method™ for a Pain-Free Back

    by Esther Gokhale

    If you are a health and wellness professional, sitting, standing, bending and lifting likely constitute a large part of your work life. Are these positions comfortable for you or do...

  15. Good Piano Technique: The Key to Healthy Computer Keyboarding

    by Prof Linda Holzer

    The author looks at the parallels between playing the piano and using a computer by looking at the posture that we adopt during each activity. She tells us that we can take the pri...

  16. How to Pick the Best Mattress for Back Pain

    by Tuck

    We are not powerless against back pain. It can be alleviated or even prevented with one simple thing: how we sleep. Unfortunately, the reverse is also true. Some aches can be aggrav...

  17. I Could Not Cure Less!

    by Joel Carbonnel

    There are an enormous number of therapies available for bad backs and a corresponding number of therapists offering their services. Yet in spite of this onslaught back pain continu...

  18. Is Arching Good For Your Back?

    by Joel Carbonnel

    Whether the lower back should be flexed (bent forwards) or extended (arched) is the latest controversy. Both approaches may be right or wrong depending on the patient specific prob...

  19. Is Slouching Good For Your Back?

    by Joel Carbonnel

    According to John Gorman, a chiropractor and former mechanical engineer, slouching and slumping are good for the back.

  20. Long Periods of Sitting Took their Toll - Exercise and a New Chair Made the Difference

    by Lindsey Venner

    “Long periods of sitting for work and handling a children’s gym club really took their toll on my back, but the right exercise and a new office chair have got rid of the pain and ma...

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