Medically reviewed by Dr. Brian Paris, D.C on Nov. 6, 2018.
Are you experiencing lower back pain that radiates to your abdominal area?
Stomach and back pain often go hand-in-hand. After all, they are two sides of the same coin.
Stomach pain is very common among people who suffer from chronic lower back pain.
Eith … Read More
After the common cold, nothing sends more people to the doctor than back pain. And if you are a woman, you’re more likely to experience back pain at some point than a man.
It doesn’t seem fair, does it?
The truth is, women carry a heavy burden. As a woman, you’re often responsible for taking care of your family and you … Read More
Doctors are supposed to order medical tests that help their patients pinpoint the source of their pain or problems…
But there’s something alarming going on when it comes to lower back pain…
If you see your doctor about lower back pain, you have more than a 50% chance they’ll send you for an imaging test...
Like an X … Read More
The sacroiliac (SI) joint connects the base of the spine to the pelvis.
In other words, it joins the sacrum (the triangular bone at the bottom of the spine) with the pelvis at two connection points. (You can see these from the outside as two "dimples” on each side of the lower back, at the belt line.)
It’s small, but very … Read More
People suffering from general lower-back pain usually complain of a dull, aching feeling; a tight, "locked up” sensation that limits movement; or sharp pains.
Sometimes these sensations are accompanied by radiating pain in the legs and/or feet.
All these symptoms can be caused by imbalances within your physical body, mind … Read More
If you're suffering from sacroiliac joint dysfunction, you already know how painful and frustrating it can be. Doctors may have prescribed toxic pain killers, or even surgery. Since these address only the symptoms (the pain), but leave the cause of the pain unaddressed, you're likely still in pain.
In this free video, I sho … Read More
Here at The Healthy Back Institute we've helped many thousands of people heal from their lower back pain over the past decade, and we can safely report this...
Muscle imbalances are the #1 cause of lower back pain.
They're also a factor in most other pain conditions.
Muscle imbalances are easy to spot, but because so few … Read More
… The Top 7 Causes and #1 Solution
It’s estimated that 80 percent of people will experience lumbar pain at some point during their lives.
This pain, which occurs in the lumbar region of the back (your lower back), often starts out suddenly and becomes a chronic problem that … Read More
Did you know that the average person with back pain spends about $3,000 more each year on health care than someone without pain ($7,000 vs. $4,000 respectively)?[i] These extra thousands are going toward lower back pain treatment, but research suggests that more treatments do not necessarily … Read More
... The 9 Best Solutions
Looking for lower back pain relief? Join the club … millions of Americans are members of the "back pain club” and they’re paying big time to be members, both in quality of life and expenses.
One classic JAMA study revealed that Americans spent $85.9 billion on back pain relief in the form of surg … Read More