Spinal Stenosis: What are the Non-Surgical Treatment Options?
For better or worse, physical pain — from back and joint pain to headaches, muscle aches, and everything else — is a part of life. On one hand, pain is our bodies’ way of communicating that something is wrong and needs attention. On the other hand, too much pain can...
Non-Surgical Treatments for Herniated Discs: Your Questions Answered
Between every bone in the human body, there is a joint — and they’re immensely important. Without them, our bones would grind each other down, making movement impossible. The spine is a prime example. Typically, every adult has 24 vertebrae, and each is separated with...
Glossary of Spinal Terms
If you’re suffering through back pain, it may help to know the names of certain body parts and spinal conditions. Here’s a list of some spinal terminology worth knowing.
Back Pain: Looking at the Cause and Effect
Dealing with back pain on its own can be tough enough as it is. But when other issues start to pop up in combination with that pain, it can often feel like to much to handle.
Common Back Pain Myths
”Why does my back hurt?” If you find yourself asking this often, you’ve probably also done your share of reading on the issue. There’s a wealth of information online about back pain, but conflicting answers can sometimes make it hard to discern the truth.
Is Back Pain Worse When It’s Cold?
Do you have back pain when it’s cold? Learn at home remedies for pain management with Texas Spine Clinic.
Preparing for Fall Sports
September is right around the corner and with that fall sports like football. Read more on avoiding sport injuries!
San Antonio Heat, Your Spine, and Back Pain
Texas summers are intense and this year is no exception. The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning in the San Antonio, Texas area and it may not be the last one this summer.
Keep Your Spine Healthy As You Age
How our bodies age depends on a wide amount of factors, including our genetics and lifestyle choices. This is certainly true for the spine, which is usually the most affected by age, losing its thickness and elasticity as the years go by and causing issues with day-to-day activities.
Should I Start High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)?
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an effective way of completing a workout in less time by alternating between high-intensity and low-intensity exercises. Usually these workouts can be completed in 30 minutes or less, making them a great choice for those who wish to stay active.