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Introduction To The Prevalence And Causes Of Back Pain If you are among the millions of individuals worldwide who endure back pain, talking to a
Painful diabetic neuropathy is a debilitating condition that affects individuals with diabetes. Sufferers of this condition experience persistent and severe discomfort in their feet, legs, or hands.
If you’ve been diagnosed with a bone spur in your neck or back you may be wondering what you can expect as time goes on.
Bone spurs form as a result of a worn-out disc creating large bone protrusions in the spine. This condition is often not symptomatic, as bone
Contrary to popular belief, bone spurs are not always painful. In fact, these small, smooth calcium deposits often form on bone surfaces without causing any
Although the thoracic spine is the largest segment of the back, because of its relative stability it is also the least likely location for a
Many studies have shown that long periods of sitting can result in a number of adverse health effects, including an increased risk of heart disease,
For patients coping with a bulging disc, prolonged sitting can be an ordeal, as it puts pressure on the muscles and discs of the spine,
A bulging disc in the neck is a damaged and weakened disc in the cervical region of the spine (C1 to C7) that succumbs to
If you have been diagnosed with a bulging disc as the source of your debilitating symptoms and weeks or months of conservative treatment have not
If you suspect that you have a bulging disc in your neck or back, the first step is to see your primary care physician. They