A Patient’s Guide to Sciatica

A Patient’s Guide to Sciatica

Sciatica refers to pain that begins in the spine and radiates down a leg. Sciatica isn’t a standalone medical condition; rather, it’s a symptom of an underlying problem. Sciatica may cause mild, moderate, or severe pain. If you’ve developed sciatica, your orthopedic...
3 Common Work-Related Back and Joint Injuries

3 Common Work-Related Back and Joint Injuries

There were around 2.8 million nonfatal injuries and illnesses in American private workplaces in 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s 2.8 cases for every 100 employees. There was a shocking number of work-related back and joint injuries,...
Fact Vs. Myth-Causes Of Back Pain

Fact Vs. Myth-Causes Of Back Pain

It might be a slight twinge when you grab something off the shelf. It could be a dull ache that’s lasted for days. There are different kinds of back pain and plenty of possible culprits. But what caused your back pain and how can you treat it? Let’s explore some of the facts and myths behind back pain.

Five Signs You Are Living With a Back Problem

Five Signs You Are Living With a Back Problem

Back pain may signal nothing more than sleeping on a rock-hard mattress or strain from helping your neighbor move their armoire. Unfortunately, persistent back issues may signal a more serious problem – one that requires expert medical treatment. If you are experiencing some of the following symptoms, you may be living with a significant back problem that is negatively affecting your quality of life.

Chronic Back Pain? Share your story in a Documentary

Does severe chronic BACK PAIN make it difficult for you to: enjoy time with family and friends, do your job, hobbies or sports, or just be happy? Has it caused: limited mobility for extended periods, depression weight gain marital/relationship problems abuse of...