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10 Stretches You Can Do At Home To Help With Back Pain

on May 3, 2018 4:28:03 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 2 Comments | back pain
Having a sedentary lifestyle can be a real pain, especially for your back. Sitting all day in front of the computer won't give you the healthy lifestyle you want, despite being informational. Over time, you'll feel pain in the areas on and around your back. The spine isn't built to take too much strain for long periods of time. Whenever you're dealing with aches and pains on your back, it can sometimes stop you from doing simple tasks such as bending over to tie your shoes. If the pain is still bearable enough that you can move around, you can start doing simple stretching procedures to help ease and even treat the pain. See another blog from Florida Spine & Injury Chiropractors : Failed Back Surgery: The Dangers of Back Surgery. In this post, our Florida Chiropractors cover 10 stretches you can perform in the comfort of your home to help with back pain.
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Chiropractic Care: It's Not Just for Your Back

on May 1, 2018 4:16:38 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 2 Comments | back pain
Why is Chiropractic Care good for Back Pain? This question may have crossed your mind before. Chiropractic care has existed since the 1800s and mostly focus on the spinal manipulation when it comes to treatment. This part of the body is the bridge that carries nerves and signals to the brain. So, if Chiropractors spend most of their time working on the spine, can they help other parts of your body? The answer is absolutely. Chiropractic methods can also involve pain management, nervous system re-adjustment, spinal realignment, and assisting in the relief and treatment in many other health issues. With that said, let's dig into some of the other areas chiropractic care can help with.
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How Chiropractors Can Help With Disc Injuries

on Apr 30, 2018 2:52:44 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 0 Comments | back pain
Herniated and Bulging Discs are some of the most common causes of pain and discomfort in the back that Chiropractors see in their patients. Backbone discs are sensitive because they are like spongy pads found between the particular bone fragments, the vertebrae, of the spinal column. Generally known as intervertebral discs, each is a set, circular capsule about one inch in diameter and one-quarter inches thick. Each intervertebral disc has a biscuit-shaped framework with a jelly-like middle known as the Nucleus Pulposus and an extremely strong external membrane known as the Annulus Fibrous. As children, the spinal discs are fluid-filled sacs that start to solidify as part of the regular aging. By beginning adulthood, the blood supply stops and the soft inner material hardens. By middle age, your discs are hard, almost like a piece of hard rubber. This is why adults are vulnerable to disc damage and Disc Degeneration.
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Should I Visit a Doctor or Chiropractor for Back Pain?

on Feb 27, 2018 10:53:22 AM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 19 Comments | back pain
Back Pain: The Right Professional to Call for Help You've undoubtedly handled a lot of stressors in life. Those pressures can be accompanied by a lot of trouble, not only mentally and emotionally, but also physically. When feeling pain, it is vital to call for help – the right help, that is. Many are doubtful and confused as to where to find the right professional who can treat a throbbing back pain. There are those who claim doctors are the way to go, while others swear by chiropractic treatment.. So which is the correct one to choose? Article Table of Contents: Understanding Professional Differences Seeing a Chiropractor The Procedure Without Surgery Chiropractic Care for Back Pain Chiropractors use manual therapy techniques in treating back pain Mobilization Spinal manipulation The Treatment Finding the Right Chiropractor
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