As 2013 comes to a close, and 2014 quickly approaches, we want to take a moment to thank each and every one of you for helping make 2013 one of the best yet here at Prairie Spine. With a year full of successful recoveries and treatments, we are extremely thankful to have all of you,… Continue Reading Happy Holidays From Prairie Spine!
Eighty percent of women will experience back pain at some point during their pregnancies. The severity of this pain during pregnancy ranges from mild discomfort after standing for long periods of time to debilitating pain that interferes with daily life. Although back pain during pregnancy can be a sign of a more serious condition, including… Continue Reading Exercises for Back Pain During Pregnancy
Back pain is one of the most common health issues in the United States, with up to 80 percent of the population suffering the condition at some point. “This exceedingly high number is just the beginning of the problem because multiple studies indicate that roughly 70 percent of back surgeries fail,” says fitness exert Jesse… Continue Reading How To Banish Back Pain
While skiing and snowboarding are more likely to result in injuries to the knee or upper body, the stress on the lower back can also produce or worsen a lower back condition. How Skiing Causes Back Pain While skiing, the body’s core muscles – lower back muscles and abdominal muscles – are used to keep… Continue Reading Skiing and Back Pain
Most Americans spend Thanksgiving split among three places: the kitchen the table the couch We’re on our feet. We’re carrying heavy stuff—the turkey with stuffing, vats of mashed potatoes, etc. We’re sitting for hours. We’re eating for hours. Such a great holiday…with such great potential for creating back and neck pain.