Articles: back pain

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  1. 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.

  2. 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...

  3. Low Back Pain: A Naturopathic Approach

    by Wendy Gist

    This article focuses on the naturopathic approach to healing, in particular lower back pain, and the common causes of this condition, which in most cases is the result of muscle st...

  4. Lower Back Pain

    by Tanya Milne

    Most people with back problems, and back pain suffer in the Lumbar region. Lower back pain has many causes but the vast majority are caused through bad posture and overuse conditio...

  5. Neck Pain - What Causes It, How to Treat It, and How to Avoid Getting It

    by Oliver Eaton

    Almost 31 million days of work are lost each year due to neck, back and muscle problems, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Neck pain is a modern day epidemic du...

  6. Neck Pain and the Primary Control

    by Stephen Braybrook

    More than 50% of adults have had neck pain during the past year, with around two-thirds of the population having neck pain at some point in their lives. The incidence of neck pain i...

  7. Neuroskeletal Alignment Case Studies

    by Carole Preen

    This column focuses on the effectiveness of Neuroskeletal Re-alignment Therapy through four case studies, conducted by some graduates at Morely College. All the case studies pres...

  8. Neuroskeletal Re-alignment Therapy (BSRT) Case Studies Revolutionizing the Treatment of Back Pain

    by Carole Preen

    This article is a set of case studies by the author’s students of Neuroskeletal Re-alignment Therapy at Morley College in London, and the Kevala Centre.

  9. Of Discs, Soaps and Camemberts

    by Joel Carbonnel

    Last month, I explained why the intervertebral disc (ID) is not like a bar of soap that can slip in and out of its position. Being from Normandy, I prefer, strange as it may seem, ...

  10. Power Assisted Micro-Manipulation

    by Irene Phillips

    Power Assisted Micro-Manipulation by Irene Phillips the first osteopath to be using Power-Assisted Micro-Manipulation. The treatment is carried out working on all levels of the spi...

  11. Prevention of Back Pain

    by Richard Ablett

    It is staggering to think that back pain will affect so many adults. Back pain in its various forms will affect 80% of people at some stage during their adult lives. This is the gr...

  12. Promoting Healthy Posture for Wheelchair Users

    by Ailsa Reston

    The provision of an appropriate and supportive wheelchair will enable good posture with head, spinal and trunk support and pelvic alignment. This is essential for regular or permane...

  13. Rugby Players, Homeopathy and a Painful Coccyx

    by Dr Neil Slade

    This article focuses on homeopathic treatment for a painful coccyx sustained by a fall on concrete steps.

  14. Self-Help for Back Pain

    by Pete Moore

    The Pain Management Programme uses a multidisciplinary approach with a number of practical techniques and psychological strategies to enable a person with on-going pain to mainta...

  15. Sitting Still was Yesterday: Why Flexible Sitting is So Important for a Child’s Back

    by AGR - Campaign for Healthier Backs

    Just about all children await their first day at school with anticipation and impatience - after all the first school day is a very special day for them, a day on which they can fe...

  16. Slipped Disc Or Split Disc?

    by Joel Carbonnel

    The term 'slipped disc' is a misnomer, since intervertebral discs (IDs) do not and cannot slip out from their vertebral position. Nor can they slip back, which means that no amount...

  17. Spinal Manipulation - What are We to Believe?

    by Leon Chaitow, ND DO

    In this column the author focuses on the background to a news report earlier this year that ‘Chiropractic and Osteopathic Manipulation does not work,’ based on a review published i...

  18. Spinal Stenosis and Fusion Surgery

    by Jesse Cannone

    The author explains spinal stenosis, which is a narrowing of the spinal canal, which can put pressure on the spinal cord and other spinal nerves. But not everyone who has it experi...

  19. Taking Control Can Do Wonders for Your Back Pain

    by Chris Aldred

    Feeling in control makes us happy. We all like to know that it’s our decision what we eat, what we do in our spare time, what job we do, and generally how we live our lives. We feel...

  20. Talk Back - From the Spine

    by Ruth White

    Ruth White writes from the point of view of the backbone in the context of a case study of a woman called Christine. Christine suffered from terrible back pain and had her backbone...

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