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The winter season is already upon us. While we look forward to the holiday festivities that accompany the early winter months, some may not be looking forward to the hard work required to remove snow from our driveways and walkways. It is well known that shoveling snow can lead to acute low back pain (LBP),… Continue Reading Is Your Body Ready to Deal With the Joys of Snow Removal?
With 2014 quickly coming to a close, we want to take a moment to reflect on all of our wonderful patients and fans. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for continuing to support us as we support you. We appreciate every single person that comes in and out of our offices, and want… Continue Reading Warmest New Year Wishes From Prairie Spine
Whether we like it or not, the winter has arrived along with icy conditions. As a physical therapist, we see many injuries related to a slip and fall accident. This type of accident can lead to injuries throughout the body, most notably the spine. Who is at risk? We are all at risk! Slip and… Continue Reading Icy Conditions, Beware! Low Back Pain & The Slip-And-Fall Injury
I am often asked if individuals should rest their back or work through their pain. In general, relative rest has been recommended for individuals with new onset, or “acute” low back pain (LBP). What is relative rest? Basically, patients with an acute episode of LBP should avoid activities that aggravate their condition. If you were… Continue Reading Relative Rest and Low Back Pain