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. Best Way to Sleep with Lower Back Pain. Lower back pain is an extremely common condition; in fact, 31 million Americans experience lower back pain at any given time, and according to the Global Burden of Disease, lower back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Lower back pain is usually the result of muscle sprains and strains caused by bad habits such as bad posture, improper lifting, and awkward sleeping positions. If you suffer from lower back pain, you’re probably wel...
Posted on 2017-12-29
. Dealing With Knee Pain When Lying Down. If you’re a knee pain sufferer you likely look forward to getting home, getting off of your feet and lying down at the end of a busy day. The problem is that you might actually experience increased knee pain when you’re lying down as the day’s activities catch up to you. This increase in knee pain can be annoying and it can even interfere with your sleep, which can lead to further health problems. We’ll outline some of the commo...
Posted on 2017-12-22
. Can Running on a Treadmill Cause Back Pain?. A treadmill is a great piece of equipment to exercise on, especially for people that can’t get outside easily, or for those that want to continue exercising during the winter months. However, running on a treadmill is completely different from running outdoors and many individuals report back pain after running on a treadmill. This pain can range from mildly annoying to severe. Rather than throwing in the towel and waiting until you can get ...
Posted on 2017-12-15
. Treating High Ankle Sprain with Physical Therapy . High ankle sprains, also known as a Syndesmotic injury, are much less common but far more disabling than traditional ankle sprains. High ankle sprains are the result of tearing and damage of the ligaments that are located above the ankle joint that connect the tibia to the fibula – including the anterior tibiofibular ligament, transverse ligament, posterior inferior tibiofibular ligament, and interosseous ligament. Accurate diagno...
Posted on 2017-12-04
. Get Your Chronic Pain Under Control. Chronic pain refers to pain that persists for longer than six months and can negatively affect various aspects of your life. In some cases, chronic pain can be debilitating as it not only affects you physically, but psychologically as well, and can lead to decreased quality of life. What is Chronic Pain?. Everyone feels pain from time to time, but chronic pain is different; it persists for a lengthy period of time, lasting for months, and even years in ...
Posted on 2017-11-30
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