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.
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Neck pain is a common yet frustrating issue. When you have a stiff neck, even the slightest head movements can be painful. The pain usually improves gradually on its own, but it may come back multiple times. If you have recurring neck pain or stiffness, it’s important to figure out the cause, which will help you prevent it from happening again.
When you have a headache, it might be difficult to know which type of headache from which you are suffering. Getting treatment for your headaches will help you know what type of headache you have and get relief from the symptoms. When you have a severe headache, you might think that you have a migraine, but tension headaches are actually more common than migraines.
Sometimes we get headaches and have no idea what the trigger could be. There are few reasons related to muscle and spinal health that might have to do with your headaches though. We’ve listed a few surprising reasons you might have a headache and ways chiropractic care can help.
Many adults experience back pain on a somewhat frequent basis. While back pain can be triggered by a number of stimuli, there seems to be a connection between stomach and back pain, especially when abdominal bloating is involved. But why does this connection exist? Again, there are multiple reasons, but each one demonstrates just how interconnected the stomach and spine truly are.
If you are experiencing back pain, then it is important to follow a healthy diet. Eating nutritious foods can help you heal faster. On the other hand, eating unhealthy foods can slow down the healing process. Unhealthy foods can trigger inflammation, which will make pain worse. There are many foods that you will need to avoid.
The discs in your spine are made of cartilage and help cushion all the vertebrae in your spine. You can think of them as small jelly donuts just the right size to fit in between your vertebrae. Their purpose is to protect the vertebrae from shock and absorb any of the impact that happens with general motion. However, bulging discs, also known as herniated discs, happen and can be very uncomfortable. Here’s are some ways to deal with bulging discs if you’re having issues with them.
Sciatic pain, that shooting, tingling pain or numbness running down one of your legs, is a common occurrence that happens to almost half of people sometime in their lives. While there’s no magic treatment that will make your sciatic pain go away immediately, there are ways to deal with your sciatic pain.
Carpal tunnel syndrome happens when a nerve is pinched in your wrist, leading to numbness, tingling or other symptoms in your wrist, arm and hand. Without treatment, carpal tunnel can drastically impair your hand and wrist movement.
While almost everyone experiences some type of back pain in their lives, knowing you’re not alone doesn’t make going through it any more comfortable. However, there is help available. Not all back pain is the same, so it’s important to be able to distinguish between true back pain and spinal pain to ensure your course of treatment adequately addresses the problem.
Do you suffer from common pain? Body aches create discomfort and stiffness in your joints, legs, arms, neck and back, and often occur as you age. WebMD found that 100 million people suffer from long-term pain, with causes ranging from old injuries to inflammation.
At-home heat-based remedies for back pain reduce mild to moderate pain. Heat therapy is an effective supplement to physical therapy and spinal decompression.
Stretching throughout the day is profoundly beneficial for both body and mind. Muscle tone and elasticity decrease during everyday activity, especially for those who live sedentary lifestyles. Stretching restores proper muscle readiness and ensures the greatest elasticity for muscles. That’s why stretching is great for lower back pain.
Neck and lower back pain are the two most common conditions we see in the office. Low back pain is definitely more frequent than neck pain, so we see more lumbar cases than we do neck cases.
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