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A better you... What can you do to prevent low back pain?

One of the most important concept in spine care is making the patient an active participant in their rehabilitation.

Hip Pain or Low Back Pain – Which One Is It?

Technically, the hip is the ball-and-socket joint between the long bone of the thigh and the pelvis; but more often than not, many people will point to a number of different places on their back or pelvis and say, “My hip is killing me” when it’s not really “the hip” at all!

Low back pain and its cause

Low back pain for many of us is somewhat of a middle age problem. Lots of sufferers begin to seek physio care in their thirties and forties and wonder how it all happened. Perhaps it was a sneeze, a long drive, or gardening in the yard that set the pain off. But you were always able to do these things before without so much as a chirp from your low back. And now things are different. Even job stress can add to back pain.

Is sitting too much causing my back pain or sciatica?

A major manufacturer of workstations reports that 86 per cent of work computer users have to sit all day, and when they do rise from sitting, more than half (56 per cent) use food as the excuse to get up and move. In addition to sitting at work, for meals, and commuting to/from work, 36 per cent sit another one to two hours watching TV, 10 per cent sit one to two hours for gaming, 25 per cent sit one to two hours for reading/lounging, and 29 per cent use their home computer for one to two hours. In summary, the average Irish person sits for 9.5 hours a day and sleep for eight hours. That's a total of 17.5 hours a day off their feet.

Is sitting too much causing my back pain or sciatica?

A major manufacturer of workstations reports that 86 percent of work computer users have to sit all day, and when they do rise from sitting, more than half (56 percent) use food as the excuse to get up and move.

Is sitting too much causing my back pain or sciatica?

A major manufacturer of workstations reports that 86 per cent of work computer users have to sit all day, and when they do rise from sitting, more than half (56 per cent) use food as the excuse to get up and move. In addition to sitting at work, for meals, and commuting to/from work, 36 per cent sit another one to two hours watching TV, 10 per cent sit one to two hours for gaming, 25 per cent sit one to two hours for reading/lounging, and 29 per cent use their home computer for one to two hours. In summary, the average Irish person sits for 9.5 hours a day and sleep for eight hours. That's a total of 17.5 hours a day off their feet.

Is sitting too much causing my back pain or sciatica?

A major manufacturer of workstations reports that 86 percent of work computer users have to sit all day, and when they do rise from sitting, more than half (56 percent) use food as the excuse to get up and move.

Progressive therapies for pain relief at the Crane Clinic

Acupuncture, which originated in China, has been scientifically proven to be very effective to relieve most types of pain and is now used in hospitals and specialised pain clinics in Europe, the USA, and Australia.

A simple solution to back pain when driving or sitting

This is a very short article but it could make a massive difference.

Choosing the best mattress for lower back pain

The importance of sleeping on a suitable mattress cannot be underestimated. Sleeping on an unsuitable mattress can cause or worsen lower back pain. Adequate support from a mattress is necessary to keep your spine in alignment and will help with poor sleeping posture and muscle strains.

 

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