Low Back Pain and a MRI

A MRI is frequently used to help diagnose problems in people with low back pain. Should it be? Recently there have been a few studies that question an MRI’s utility in patients with low back pain. One study of people without low back pain found that 80% of people, by age 50, have some level…

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Five Quick Tips to a Healthy Back:

It is estimated that more than 80% of the population will experience back pain in their life…here are 5 quick tips to help keep a healthy back! 1) Avoid sitting for more than 20 minutes: We, as humans, are not designed to sit. When we do sit, TEN TIMES the pressure pushes down on your…

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Are You a Frustrated Golfer?

I want to give you some tips that will help to lower your golf score immediately. All golfers want lower scores but first, let me tell you a story. Recently I was able to enjoy a round of golf with my father and I asked him every question I could think of regarding his golfing…

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“Oh My Aching Back from the 4th of July!”

Did you know that 80% of America’s population will suffer from lower back pain at some time in our lives? I suspect today, July 5th, that number will be higher. Why you ask? Sitting too much yesterday…especially for those fireworks displays! For many people, sitting in any position for any length of time produces no…

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Worried About Back Pain?

More Orange County Residents Get To The Bottom Of Chronic Back Pain Without Needing A Referral From A Doctor… Why you are still suffering? The question is, what should YOU do for the best? For your FREE copy, click the link below… www.intecorept.com/back-pain

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Oh, My Aching Back

Did you know that 80% of America’s population will suffer from lower back pain at some time in our lives? The pain may be brief, or in some cases, last for years. The lumbar spine is at risk of injury from sports, sitting, lifting and work or daily life activities. One way to lessen one’s…

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Sitting – The New Smoking?

The data on the health risks of sitting is unequivocal and indicting. It could be argued that sitting is the new smoking. In a study published in May of 2010 in “Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise”, researchers found that men who spent more than 23 hours a week watching TV and sitting in…

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A Pain In the Back

The Role of an MRI with Lumbar/Spine Pain Low back pain is the most common cause of disability and lost work time in industrialized countries. Research suggests that 80% of those who experience back pain recover in 6-8 weeks and do not require extensive treatment. It is important to note that recurrences and flare-ups of low…

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Take Five! …And Stretch The TENsion From Your Workday

During the work day do you ever feel stiffness and tension in your muscles? This is a very common complaint for those working behind a desk. Here are some helpful stretches you can do to relax while at your desk. Shoulder circles- make circles with your shoulders, you will be bringing your shoulders to your…

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