We don't usually think about our necks or backs, so when pain or irritation begins, it can seem overwhelming. That pain can last for hours, days, or years, depending on the cause.
This light, flavorful dish would go great with a green salad, oven roasted potatoes, or Basmati rice as a side dish.
Knowing how to improve your cardio workout isn’t always that easy. Unfortunately, there’s just not that much practical and useful online information. While much attention is drawn to weightlifting routines and exercises, cardio often gets put on the back burner.
In "How to Destroy Your Spine Part 1," you learned that lifting things incorrectly can wreck your back. But did you know you can destroy your spine even if you're just standing or sitting down?
How many people who suffer from back pain ever stop to think that the problem might be their shoes? What could connect the pain and fatigue in you lower back to the shoes on your feet?
The lower aspect of our back is always under constant stress. This stress is significantly magnified in individuals who participate in athletics. As a result, it is not uncommon for these individuals to develop low back pain. In this article, we shall take a brief look at this clinical condition.
Scoliosis generally develops during childhood, but it also can occur in adults. Adult refers patients who have completed their growth (i.e., are over the age of 18 or have gone through puberty). Adult scoliosis is distinctive from childhood scoliosis in terms of the causes. In addition, the goals of treatment differ in skeletally mature patients.
Over some 25 years, Americans have grown accustomed to the nutrition guide known as the Food Guide Pyramid, which seeks to illustrate the proportions of meat, vegetables, grains and beverages that make up a healthy diet. Through revision and eventual replacement by MyPlate, the Food Pyramid has stuck in the American imagination as the nutrition standard to follow.
Stepping on cracks won't really break anyone's back, but lifting wrong will. A lot of back problems can be prevented. In this series, we'll take a look at some of the ways you may be hurting your back everyday, starting with incorrect lifting.
Many factors can cause chronic back pain. These range from inherited conditions to degenerative disc disease, to repetitive strain, to trauma-induced damage from a fall, a sports injury, or a car accident.