Your lower back has a unique anatomy made up of different types of tissues, including bones, muscles, ligaments, nerves, and blood vessels. Here are 7 commonly overlooked tips that can help protect and stabilize your lower back.
There are rare sciatica-related symptoms that may indicate a severe injury to your spinal nerve roots and/or your spinal cord. Read on to learn about two such symptoms that require immediate medical attention.
Often, the spinal fusion procedure includes using a cage as a space holder between your vertebrae. This cage will become a part of your spine forever, so it’s important to understand what it is and why it’s there.
A pulled back muscle, also called a strain injury can cause excruciating pain and disability. Here are helpful insights on lower back muscle strains and simple at-home remedies to improve your pain and speed up the healing.
Your spine can produce several types of sounds, called crepitus. Depending on the cause, crepitus can be normal or indicate an underlying problem. Learn about several types of spinal crepitus and when it may be a cause for concern.