The Ultimate Back Pain Relief Tips Blog
Illinois Back Institute is glad to have contributed to the success of the 5th Annual Marshall Klein Foundation Bowling Event and Raffle to raise funds for Hopewell Academy, so that they may continue their goal of creating successful futures for their students. IBI strongly believes in continuing education, and we are extremely proud to continue our support of such worthy programs. The students of Hopewell Academy are dedicated and hard-working, and we are grateful to have them as part of the IBI team!Read More
Every week, Illinois Back Institute sends out some of our best back pain articles, stretches, diet tips, case studies, testimonials, and more!Read More
Every week, Illinois Back Institute sends out some of our best back pain articles, stretches, diet tips, case studies, testimonials, and more!
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Illinois Back Institute is honored to have partnered with Hopewell Academies for the 5th Annual Marshall Klein Foundation Bowling Event!Read More
It's a normal day and you're feeling good. You're doing something that you have done dozens or maybe even hundreds of times before, like maybe laundry, yardwork, or a favorite hobby of yours. Then it happens. You make one wrong turn, twist, or movement, and suddenly you are in an extreme amount of pain! You are experiencing sudden onset lower back pain, and it is severe and terrible!
While any kind of back pain is bad, sudden lower back pain is often considered by many people to be the worst kind of pain, because it is so sudden and extreme. The fact that it can happen in an instant and leave you barely able to move can be very alarming. Fortunately, for the vast majority of people this kind of pain is very common and not related to a serious issue. However, for a very small percentage of people the pain could be indicative of a more serious and dangerous issue.Read More
Did you know that in the United States, 87% of the people old enough to drive have their licenses? That's a lot of drivers! So needless to say, Americans spend A LOT of time in cars. And it's no surprise that there is a correlation between the increase in the number of drivers on the road and the increase in the number of people suffering with back pain, because many people are getting out of their cars wrong!Read More