Sacroiliac Joint and Tailbone Pain

The sacroiliac joints sit between the wing of the pelvis and the spine. It makes up the rear part of the pelvic girdle. The exact placement varies from person to person, but injuries are common due to the unique role it plays in movement and body support. Pregnancy is a common source of sacroiliac pain, as the ligaments of … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Spondylolysis Bilaterally in Adults

Spondylolysis bilaterally in adults is a condition that occurs when a crack is formed in the bony ring that is located in the back of an adult's spinal column. The most common place for this to occur is in the lumbar region or the lower back. When spondylolysis bilaterally in adults occurs, the bone responsible for protectin … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Pain Meds And Natural Therapies To Relieve Back Pain

One of the worst parts of suffering from back pain—other than the pain and discomfort—it is that the back plays such a crucial role in everyday movements. Your back is an integral part of basic movements from walking and running to bending and twisting, which means finding relief can be difficult if you don’t know what type … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Lower Back Pain Right Side

Lower back pain (also know as lumbago) is rather common and has a number of causes. The lower back bears most of a person's body weight. There are generally two types of pain that people suffer in their lower back: acute back pain is a sharp burning sensation, and chronic back pain is a dull aching sensation. Back pain can b … Read More

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Lower Left Back Pain or Left Side Back Pain

Lower Left Back Pain

Lower left back pain is common, and has several causes. The two types of pain people describe suffering in their lower back are acute back pain and chronic back pain. Acute back pain is described as a sharp burning pain, while chronic back pain is a dull and aching pain. There are two general causes for pain in the lower lef … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Spinal Stenosis

What It Is and How to Treat It By Steve Hefferon, CMT, CPTA What Is It? Lumbar Spinal Stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spine cord. It can also be a narrowing of the area where the nerve branches exit the spinal column, thus causing lower back pain or pain that radiates down the legs. … Read More

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Laugh Your Way to Pain Relief

By Steven Hefferon, CMT, PTA, CPRS A man rushed into a veterinarian's office carrying his limp, lifeless dog. The vet examined the animal and told the man the dog was dead. The man asked if there was any way the doctor could revive the dog. The doctor left the room and returned with a cat, who sniffed the dog from head to … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Fight Endometriosis Naturally With Systemic Enzyme Therapy

systemic enzyme therapy endometriosis

Endometriosis occurs when the tissue lining your uterus (the endometrium) grows in other areas of your body, such as your ovaries, bowel or tissue lining your pelvis. The endometrial tissue thickens, breaks down and bleeds with a woman’s menstrual cycle, and this occurs whether it is in your uterus or outside of it. En … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Spondylolisthesis Exercises

Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolisthesis ("spon-dee-low-lis-thee-sis”) is a big fancy word that simply means a vertebra in your spine has slipped out of position. It sounds like a pretty extreme condition. And spondylolisthesis can be the source of severe back pain, usually in the lower back. But just like herniated discs, you may have the c … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,

What is Spondylolisthesis? What Are The Causes & Treatment Options?

Spondylolisthesis occurs when a vertebra in your spine slips out of position, causing it to rest in an abnormal position on the vertebra below it. Most often, this occurs in the lower spine, between the fourth and fifth lumbar vertebrae in adults, although spondylolisthesis can occur among two (or more) vertebrae anywhere al … Read More

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Written By: Jesse Cannone,