(Reuters Health) – People with chronic low back pain enjoy high-fat foods less than others, and don’t feel satiated by them either, a small new study suggests. Chronic low back pain often goes hand in hand with obesity. The new study hints that changes in the brain’s reward systems could be one reason why. The… Continue Reading Back Pain Linked To Skewed Eating Cues
Becker’s ASC Review recently named Dr. Richard Kube one of the 101 physician leaders to know in the ambulatory care service industry. The ASC industry is built upon a number of leadership roles in both the clinical and business spheres, but ASCs would not exist without physicians. Beyond providing care in the low-cost, high-quality environment… Continue Reading Dr. Kube named 101 physician leaders to know
While millions of American men and women will experience lower back pain this year, a little bit of prevention can go a long way to lessen the severity of the pain or avoid it altogether. Here are some simple steps to better back care: 1. Don’t be a slouch: Mom was right when she told… Continue Reading Preventative Measures To Manage Back Pain
MANY of us spend large amounts of time in our cars, and any posture, even good posture can lead to discomfort or pain if held too long. It’s vital to adopt a good posture and schedule frequent rest breaks to prevent discomfort and back pain while driving. Common problems are caused by not adjusting your… Continue Reading How To Avoid Back Pain While Driving
With the New Year upon us, now’s the time to start thinking about how you can make meaningful changes to your life for better health. Here are seven New Year’s Resolutions you can make to improve the health of your spine and your overall wellness.