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It’s no secret that exercise is important for avoiding back pain. Being physically active helps strengthen your muscles which supports your spine as well as other important structures in the body. It’s also important to note that if you are already suffering from back pain, some exercise and light movement is beneficially to your recovery.…Details
Cardiovascular disease now affects nearly half of all American adults. But did you know that one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal in the fight against heart disease is actually your fork? What you choose to eat every day plays a big role in your heart health and can impact your risk for…Details
Winter is here. This means that snow and icy conditions may not be far behind. Although we may work diligently to prevent injuries from shoveling snow or slips and falls, sometimes accidents still happen. If you’ve strained your back from over-exertion or a slip on ice, here are some tips to put you on the…Details
It’s a busy work week, there’s an important meeting you’re preparing for, your calendar is jam-packed and you’re feeling overwhelmed. How are you going get everything done? You work longer hours, skip your yoga class, grab some fast food for dinner on the way home, and cancel plans with friends. We don’t think twice before…Details
The holiday season is upon us. It’s supposed to be a time of joy and thankfulness spent with those you love. Don’t let back and neck pain stop you from enjoying the most wonderful time of the year. Try these five tips for staying pain free this ho-ho-ho-liday season:
When you suffer from back pain not only does that pain impact your day, but it can also lead to a rough night by causing disruption to your sleep. Having poor bed posture can create or worsen low back pain. Here are five tips for finding a comfortable sleeping position to reduce back pain.
Information about breast cancer screenings can be confusing. It seems like new recommendations are coming out all the time, and each recommendation is different from the last one. Michelle Price, MD, co-medical director of the Fortunato Breast Health Center, helps us to understand some important breast health issues.
A healthy spine is an often overlooked and essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Approximately 80 percent of the population in the United States suffers from back pain at some point. People who are overweight, smoke, lift heavy objects, or have had a previous episode of back pain at greater risk of experiencing back pain.…Details
It’s easy to mix up inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) because the names sound very similar, and some people with IBD can also have IBS, but these gastrointestinal conditions are two very different medical issues. IBS and IBD do have some similar symptoms, including stomach pain, bloating, diarrhea and constipation, but…Details