When I suffered with back pain I learned thousands of lessons. Many of these lessons were learned when I was "the patient". It was easy for me; I learned what helped and what didn't because I had the pain. I have also, over the years, learned from all my patients. We have had over 20,000 patients in our 20 years of being in business, and each patient teaches us something new. I have learned from other doctors and learned from my staff, and I continue to learn more every day.
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Believe it or not, back pain is the second most common complaint that doctors hear, second only to the common cold. When you hurt your back finding relief can be difficult. Back pain is also a common cause of hospitilization and surgery, too. Back pain isn't just annoying. 56% of people who complain of back pain, specifically lower back pain, report that it interferes with their daily life, or makes their daily routine more difficult to complain. Respondents to a recent survey suggest that lower back pain interferes with their sleep as well as their sex life, and it is a common cause of change in routines.
Fire and Ice
“Some say the world will end in fire,
Some say in ice.
From what I’ve tasted of desire
I hold with those who favor fire.
But if it had to perish twice,
I think I know enough of hate
To say that for destruction ice
Is also great
And would suffice.”
Still confused? You should be, for this is an absolutely esoteric, willy-nilly response to the question of using ice or heat to relieve back pain. Hopefully, the remaining entry will clarify some of the basics when utilizing ice or heat for pain relief.
Using ice on an injured area will decrease swelling and allow you to recover much faster. There are several keys to using ice effectively, so please review these tips and instructions to get the most out of your time spent icing.
The season is changing bringing warm weather and cool breezes perfect for spending time out doors reading and sipping on tea or enjoying a stroll with a loved one . However, the changing season also means that it is time to start taking out our Spring cleaning to do lists. Having back pain can making Spring cleaning feel daunting and overwhelming. Here are a few tips to help you ease your back pain while completing the many much needed tasks for Spring cleaning.
Spring is finally here, and that likely means that you're ready to get outdoors and kick your physical activity into overdrive. The winter is just about gone, and you days of sitting at home by the fire wishing it would get warmer are, too. But it's very important to keep your spine in check as you transition from very little physical activity to a highly active lifestyle. Many people end up with spine injuries during the spring because they transition to quickly, or they transition into an active lifestyle without taking proper care of your spine. Below you'll find some tips to help ensure your spine health is this good is it can be, and that you take good care of yourself through this season and on throughout the rest of the year.