The Best Back Pain Relief Tips Of The Week From The Illinois Back Institute
Each week the Illinois Back Insitute sends out some of our best tips and informational articles about back pain, because we know the more that you understand about your back pain, the more likely you are to eliminate it!
The Illinois Back Institute treats and eliminates back pain, by focusing on the cause of the pain. And we do it without any drugs, injections, or surgery! Some of the conditions that we treat include:
If you are suffering with back or neck pain, either from one of these conditions or something else, we can help! Your first step is to schedule a Free Consultation, where you will meet with a Patient Advocate who will answer your questions, review your case, and determine your correct course of treatment.
There is no obligation, and the consultation is completely free!
"I had surgery because my back pain was unbearable, but it didn't work. My back pain came back shortly after I finished recovering from said surgery. I thought that there was nothing left for me to do. I thought I had done it all, but then I came here." Wendy shared her story so people out there who think that they've "done everything" know that there's one thing they haven't tried, IBI. And IBI works. Come in for a free consultation and we'll prove it to you.
The piriformis is located in the buttocks region. The piriformis muscle runs close to the sciatic nerve so it can irritate the nerve and cause sciatic pain. When the piriformis muscle becomes tight and/or inflamed it can irritate the sciatic nerve. This can lead to a tingling and numbness that runs from the lower back all the way down the leg and even into your foot. It is very important to stretch the piriformis muscle if you are suffering from sciatica.
In America, most people spend a significant amount of time in their cars. So it is no surprise that many of the back pains that people suffer with are caused by the way they are getting out of their cars. In today's society people are often not being careful when getting out of the car, whether it is because they are in a hurry or have their hands full or other reasons. And because of this, they are at a greater risk of straining their back or worse!
Eustaquio was suffering from a bulging disc in his neck that was making it hard for him to turn his head side to side and up and down. This affected his job working with heavy machinery by causing him to be slower at work. Eustaquio's daily life was also affected because he was in so much pain that it made it hard to sleep at night. He tried treatments such as going to a chiropractor and taking painkillers, but they weren’t working and Eustaquio was still in pain. Fortunately, he found the Illinois Back Institute.
As anyone who suffers with Back Pain and Sciatica knows, it can happen suddenly when you have been sitting or standing in the same position for a long period of time, doing work involving a repetitive motion, or lifting. You may even wake up with back or sciatica pain in the morning, and need a way to get some quick relief to get started with your busy day. When this pain strikes, stretching your spine and back muscles can help relieve it. Doing these 4 simple stretching exercises is a great idea when persistant back pain is getting you down.
Do You Want To Know More About Your Back, Neck, and Sciatica Pain and How To Eliminate It Without Drugs Or Surgery? Our Free Seminar Can Show You!
At the Illinois Back Institute, we want to educate as many people as possible about their back pain and sciatica, because it has been proven that the more that you understand your problem, the more likely you are to eliminate it. This is why we regularly hold Free Educational Seminars at our clinics! At these seminars, you can learn all about your back, neck, and sciatica pain and how to eliminate it! Next week is the Free Seminar at our Naperville clinic. Click the link below to reserve your seat!
The Illinois Back Institute now has six clinics in the Chicagoland area to better serve you! You can find their addresses below. Click or tap on one of the Maps to see a full-size, interactive version of it: