Is your high definition TV hanging on the wall at home? Or even better, is it hanging above the fire place!? Have you developed neck pain recently? You might want to check the height of your TV. Wall mounted televisions have become very popular. It helps save space, and it is very appealing.Details
At Prairie Spine and Pain Institute, patient experience and happiness is just important as wellness, treatment, and recovery. As our slogan says, “Expert Spine Care… One Patient At A Time,” we strive each and every day to make each patient experience as positive and successful as possible. Check out what some of our current and…Details
It’s not uncommon for people with back pain to experience symptoms into one or both of the lower extremities. Often times, people instinctively think their leg pain is related to a pinched nerve. While that is certainly one possibility, a pinched nerve is not always the case. Determining the cause of your leg pain can…Details
We are quickly approaching the gardening season, if we haven’t already. Gardening is a great way to stay active, enjoy the outdoors and improve your overall health. Have you thought about your posture while you are gardening? Unfortunately, gardening requires us to be bent over for prolonged periods of time.
Stretching in general is a hot topic for health care professionals. There seems to be a growing body of evidence supporting a dynamic warm-up prior to athletic activities, as opposed to static stretching. A dynamic warm-up is the process of performing controlled exercise drills designed to gently introduce the tissues in our body to a…Details