Chronic Lower Back Pain: A Complete Guide For Patients & Physicians

Chronic Lower Back Pain Guide

Lower back pain is the second most common reason why people visit their doctor. Back pain that continues for at least three months is considered chronic (meaning it lasts longer than expected). Chronic lower back pain can interfere with daily activities and be disabling. It will affect a person’s mental health, social life, sleep, work … Read more

Is Acetaminophen effective for getting relieve from back pain?

Acetaminophen for low back pain

If you’re experiencing the low back pain, then, you’re not alone. According to National Library of Health, it is estimated that most of the people suffer from low back pain at least once in their lifetime. Another recent study published in Revista de Saude Publica, a Brazilian Journal in 2015, revealed that the incidence of … Read more

Tips for Getting Some Sleep with Lower Back Pain

Tips for Getting Some Sleep with Lower Back Pain

Around 80 percent of individuals in the United States is going to suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. Typically, that pain is in the lower back and there is no known cause. Around 2-10 percent of those who have low back pain develop chronic back pain. Pain is considered to be chronic … Read more

Squatting and Lower Back Pain

Squats are a very popular and one of the most functional exercises used for sports and fitness conditioning. However, since squats involve multiple muscles and joints, a faulty technique can cause undue stress on your lower back. However, by making a few minor changes in the execution of the squat can reduce the strain and … Read more

Can too Firm of a Mattress Cause Low Back Pain?

Can too Firm of a Mattress Cause Low Back Pain

There are many things that can cause you to have back pain. Some of them include back strain from improper lifting or lifting something that’s too heavy. Using improper posture, being inactive for a long time and continually bending over. Some diseases cause back pain as well, for instance, spinal stenosis, scoliosis, disk degeneration, herniated disk. … Read more

Can Cervical Injury Make Your Lower Back Hurt?

Can Cervical Injury Make Your Lower Back Hurt?

What Causes My Back to Pain Me So? There are many different reasons why you are experiencing back pain. Some of them include; trauma, injury, disease, infections, circulatory problems, post neural difficulties, degenerative disorder, or congenital defect. It can also be caused from the ligaments, disks, vertebrae, spinal cord, spinal cord nerves, back muscles, pelvis … Read more

12 Red Flags for Low Back Pain

12 Red Flags for Low Back Pain

Low back pain is so common that most of the people assume that it is always related to a muscle strain or to a joint strain. However, this may not always be true and you should know that there are some red flags that should make you go see a doctor as soon as possible. … Read more

Exercises to Help You Strengthen Your Lower Back

Lower Back Strengthening Exercises

The lower back is the most vulnerable area of the body. It represents a connection between the upper and the lower part of our bodies and it is very movable part. We constantly put pressure on our lower back without even realizing. Every single day, we bend, we carry heavy things, we twist, we sit with a … Read more

Pain in the Lower Back on the Right Side

Lower Back Pain Right Side

It is estimated that 4 out of 5 people suffer from lower back pains at one point in their lives. Lower back pain is considered to be among the most common complains in people from all ages and genders. The number of people suffering from back pains in constantly increasing, especially lower back pains. Lower … Read more