Understanding Different Types of Back Pain

Back pain can be complex and difficult to treat, especially when it persists for weeks or months. Here are some helpful things to know about different types of back pain so you can better manage your specific condition.

Why Do My Legs Suddenly Give Out?

Leg weakness may cause sudden buckling, an unsteady gait, and possible falls. Here are a few possible conditions that may cause weakness in your legs.

6 Overlooked Remedies for Lower Back Pain Relief

Sometimes treating lower back pain successfully takes some trial and error. Here are some treatment options that you might not have considered or want to try again in combination with other treatments.

What Is Your Back Muscle Spasm Telling You?

While back muscle spasms can involve intense pain and tightness, the underlying cause is not always obvious. Here are some possible causes of back muscle spasms, and how to get quick relief.

How to Make Your Own Gel Ice Pack or Moist Heat Pack

For chronic neck or back pain, some people prefer to apply ice, whereas others might prefer heat or a combination of the two. Learn about simple ways to make a gel ice pack or moist heat pack.

How Long Does a Pinched Nerve Last?

A pinched nerve in the neck or back can cause shock-like pain, tingling, numbness, and/or weakness into the arm or leg. Here are some treatment ideas and how long it may take to find relief.

Severe Lower Back Pain When Sitting or Bending

Lower back pain can significantly increase during functional activities, such as sitting, getting up from a seated position, or bending forward. Here are a few potential reasons why this type of pain can occur.

Why Do I Feel a Warm Sensation in My Thigh?

A warm sensation in the thigh may be caused due to a pinched nerve or a musculoskeletal disorder in the lower back, pelvis, hip, or thigh. This blog reviews a few potential causes of warmth in the thigh region.

3 Standing or Seated Herniated Disc Exercises

If you want to avoid getting on the floor, here are 3 lumbar herniated disc exercises you can do while standing or sitting in a chair.

Reducing Neck and Back Pain at Work

People who sit at a desk all day may find themselves using poor posture that results in back and neck pain. Employing a few simple tips can help improve posture and reduce discomfort in the workplace.

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