Tag Archives: back pain

Lower Back Pain When Sleeping: Which Position is Best?

Sleep. New parents chase it, Type A personalities fight it, but everyone needs it. Thing is, most people don’t get enough of it. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 45 percent of adults in the United States report that in a seven day period, lack of sleep affected their daily activities. Sleep quantity is not as...
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How Building Core Strength Can Reduce Back Pain

Back pain can be debilitating, causing immobility, inflexibility, and have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life. It can make even the most mundane daily activities extremely difficult – and even excruciating. Building the muscles that make up your core (abdominals and back) can help support your spine and reduce back pain. In...
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Why Chiropractic Adjustments Are Better Than Muscle Relaxants

Nearly everyone, more than 80 percent of the world’s population, will experience back pain at some point in their lifetime. Just ask the 31 million Americans suffering from low back pain at any given time. In fact, globally it is the leading cause of disability. It is the most common reason that people miss work and...
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Injured at Work? How Chiropractic Can Help Some Occupational Injuries

In 2014, there were 2.8 million occupational injuries. This crossed all industries, but 75 percent were in those that provided a service. These injuries can lead to time lost at work, decrease in production, depression, and temporary (or permanent) disability. These injuries can be caused by slip and fall, vehicle collisions, electrocution, struck by hazards, and...
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