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Benefits of Outpatient Spine Surgery
No one likes the idea of undergoing spine surgery, but that is often the only way to alleviate a patient’s pain and restore their mobility. Continue Reading..
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What to Do for a Back Spasm
A back spasm runs the gamut from mild to excruciating. The good news is that most back spasms respond to conservative treatment. What to do Continue Reading..
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Tips for Avoiding Back Pain While Flying
Those of a certain age can recall when airlines had sufficient legroom, headroom, and general space for all passengers. These days, unless you are flying Continue Reading..
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Best Shoes to Wear When Experiencing Back Pain
Sooner or later, almost everyone will experience back pain. What many people do not realize is how much the shoes you are wearing can influence Continue Reading..
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Ab Workouts to Avoid Back Pain
Keeping yourself in shape can help you avoid back pain and ab workouts are among the best exercises in this regard. Back pain often occurs Continue Reading..
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Nurses at High Risk for Lower Back Injuries
Nurses are incredibly susceptible to back injuries. Every day they must push, pull, lift, and lower another human being, who may or may not be Continue Reading..
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Back Injuries and the Construction Worker
In 2016, there were just over 203,000 injuries suffered by construction workers according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That represents three injuries per 100 Continue Reading..
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Office Workers Have High Exposure to Back Injuries
Office workers have a much higher rate of exposure to back injuries than many would realize. Generally speaking, it would seem that office workers do Continue Reading..
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Is Your Chosen Profession a Hotbed of Back Injuries?
Every year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) does an in-depth review of workplace injuries. The BLS examines the employees, their positions, their industries, their Continue Reading..
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Truck Drivers and Back Injuries
Truck drivers are constantly on the road and are forced to sit down for extended periods of time. Very often, drivers are paid based on Continue Reading..
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