Low back pain is on the rise and causes more global disability than any other condition, according to two studies from Australia. The number of disability-adjusted life years (DALYS) due to low back pain increased from 58.2 million (95% CI 39.9 million-78.1 million) in 1990 to 83 million (95% CI 56.6 million-111.9 million) in 2010,…Details
With office workers sitting on the average of six hours a day, it’s no wonder that back pain is the most common cause of disability. Simple strengthening and stretching exercises can help reduce back pain occurrences and prevent future incidents.
Lower-back problems are the number two reason people visit a doctor, second only to the common cold and flu. If you’re prone to pain, you may already be treating it with over-the-counter medications, or trying to prevent it by strengthening your core and back. Consider these natural back pain remedies as another weapon in your…Details
When common non-surgical treatments like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), chiropractic care, neck exercises, or even surgery haven’t provided effective relief of neck pain, patients often get creative and identify simple yet unique techniques they do on their own.
Dr. Richard Kube and Jeremy Przybylo recently returned from a snowy adventure in Saratoga, WY! Immersed in one of the most incredible mountain ranges and natural havens in the world, they took a couple days off in the name of team-building to participate in the extreme sport of snowmobiling with the Saratoga Resort and Spa.