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New Insights into Space Travel-related Back Pain
As more people travel into space experts expect a greater number of patients with space travel-related pain will visit a physician. This prediction is published in the journal Anaesthesiology .
The prediction comes based on a comprehensive ...
Smartphone App can Help You Manage Back Pain at Home
Highlights: New smartphone-based ' selfBACK' app can help manage back pain at home
Back pain is the most common cause of disability across the world selfBACK app improves the outcomes of back pain by about 32 percent
Back pain can be ...
Back Pain Linked to Increased Mortality Risk in Women
Mortality risk for women with back pain was found to be higher when compared to women without back pain, reveals a new research from Boston Medical Center.
Back pain was not associated with mortality among men indicating long-term consequences ...
Physical Therapy can Effectively Treat Back Pain with Sciatica
People with back pain with sciatica should start physical therapy right away, reports a new study. The findings of the study are published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine .
This approach is different from what doctors initially use ...
Spondylolysis, the Back Pain Condition may be Due to Human Evolution
The cause of back pain can be associated with humanity’s evolutionary past, revealed a team of bioarchaeologists at Simon Fraser University, the University of Liverpool and the University of Sydney.
The back pain condition has long been ...
The study, published in Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, examines why some people are more susceptible to a particular stress fracture known as spondylolysis - a condition that often affects athletes.
Heavy School Bags may Boost Your Child's Abdominal Strength and Endurance
Heavy school bags can boost your child’s core strength
Carrying a heavy backpack to school can improve abdominal strength and endurance in public school students
Therefore, daily use of backpacks weighing up to 25% of the ...
Menopause Vitamin D Deficiency Causes Disc Degeneration, Back Pain
Lumbar disc degeneration causes lower back pain among menopausal women due to decreasing estrogen levels, according to a new study published online in Menopause , the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS).
Lumbar disc ...
Tai Chi can Treat Chronic Low Back Pain in Older Adults
Tai chi is effective in treating chronic back pain in older adults
Tai chi is a graceful form of exercise that is safe for people of all ages
Tai chi can also help relieve you from stress, anxiety and depression ...
Yoga, Tai Chi or Qigong can Relieve Back Pain Naturally
Meditation, stretching exercises and gentle mind-body movements can fight back pain
Mindful stretching exercises like yoga and popular Chinese martial arts such as tai chi and qigong may be effective alternatives to ...
Treatment Doesn't Follow Guidelines For Lower Back Pain In Adults
Adults with "new and persistent" Low Back pain Opioids are prescribed with opioids - in most cases without trying guideline-recommended pain medications.
According to the new research by Dan Pham Ly, MD, MPP, of Harvard University. He comments, ...
More Independence at Work Linked to Lower Back Pain Risk
Employees with more job control were found to less likely suffer from low back pain, revealed research.
The research, published in the journal BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, indicates that not only physical but also psychological and social ...
An overgrowth of pain-sensing nerves into spinal cartilaginous tissue may be the reason for the vast majority of low back pain, say Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers.
An estimated 80% of people worldwide will experience low back pain in ...
Yoga, Physical Therapy Reduce Back Pain & Improve Sleep
Yoga and physical therapy (PT) approaches are effective in treating co-occurring sleep disturbance and back pain while reducing the need for medication, according to a new study from Boston Medical Center (BMC).
Published in the Journal of ...
Physical Therapist or Chiropractor Visit for Back Pain may Decrease Opioid Use
Seeing a chiropractor or physical therapist first for lower back pain rather than a primary care physician may reduce opioid prescriptions, reports a new study.
For the research, the team looked at commercial insurance, and Medicare Advantage ...