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Tips For Preventing Back Pain During Sleep

Tips For Preventing Back Pain During Sleep

If your back pain gets in the way of a good night’s sleep, your mattress and position of how you sleep may be to blame. Check out these tips, provided by the National Sleep Foundation for better sleep: Invest if a new mattress that is medium to medium-firm. If you can’t afford to buy a new one, place some plywood…

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Get Your Walk On. Why Walking Is So Good For You.

Get Your Walk On. Why Walking Is So Good For You.

If you have low back pain or tightness, have you tried going for a walk? Studies show walking is a safe and effective way to prevent, treat, and alleviate low back pain, a condition that affects 80 percent of U.S. citizens in their lifetime. Dr. Gopal T. Raghunath, PT MS, DPT, CSCS, owner/clinic director of Clinic Grove Physical Therapy &…

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Why Mindfulness Might Help With Back Pain

Why Mindfulness Might Help With Back Pain

New research suggests mindful meditation among seniors suffering from chronic low back pain may reduce pain. The study, involving nearly 300 seniors with long-term low back pain, were assigned a two-month mindful meditation course. Dr. Natalia Morone, associate professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh said, “Mindful meditation is a method to learn how to be fully engaged in…

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Serena Williams Injury Advice For Tiger Woods

Serena Williams Injury Advice For Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods has not been short on advice from massive groups of people regarding his injury and back surgery. Serena Williams joins that list of people, but the difference is she’s a professional athlete with lots of experience playing through and recovery from an injury. So what did she have to say? “For me I say you should just try…

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Why Your Back Really Isn’t ‘Bad’

Why Your Back Really Isn’t ‘Bad’

Is your back really “bad”? Does it smoke? Sneak out of the house at night? Is it really that baaad? This humor shows that we talk a lot of smack about our bodies. For instance, “too short”, “too tall”, “too wide”, “too narrow”. But be careful what you say, because most physicians are now acknowledging that the brain and body…

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