• 4 Easy Back Pain Remedies for Seniors

    If you’re a senior citizen with back pain, you’re far from alone. In fact, research indicates that the prevalence of musculoskeletal pain—including back pain—could be as high as 85 percent of the older adult population. Most people don’t even experience back pain for the first time until they’re well into adulthood, but, by the time they reach 50, mild to moderate back pain is...
  • 5 Ways to Help Reduce Lower Back Pain from Prolonged Sitting

    In a recent post, we covered some important things to know about back pain caused by prolonged sitting. We went in-depth on many of the most common sources of sitting-related pain, including sciatica, muscle strains, herniated disks, spinal stenosis, and poor posture. All occur frequently in people who work in seated positions all day long. If you believe that long days of sitting may...
  • 5 Ways to Help Ease the Pain of Lower Back Inflammation

    Pain in the lower back can be debilitating, preventing you from working, exercising, or enjoying your day-to-day life. Most often, low back pain can be categorized into two types: mechanical and inflammatory. Knowing the difference between the two kinds of pain will help you determine how to treat your condition. Mechanical back pain is the most common type of back pain. It’s caused when...
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