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14 Spine Facts Everyone Should Know

14 Spine Facts Everyone Should Know This content was medically reviewed by our providers on October 4th, 2022. Your spine is essential for the functioning of your whole body. While much is known about the spine, there are still aspects that remain a mystery to scientists and doctors alike. At the […]

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What Are the Best Treatments for a Misaligned Spine?

What Are the Best Treatments for a Misaligned Spine? Spine misalignment — or spondylolisthesis — can occur for several reasons, including: Age-related degeneration Arthritis A sports-related or traumatic injury Congenital defects in the spine’s facet joints Spine specialists evaluate how far the vertebra or vertebrae have slipped out of place […]

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10 Exercises Causing Your Back Pain at the Gym

10 Exercises Causing Your Back Pain at the Gym The saying, “No pain, no gain,” is often referenced when working out — some discomfort is to be expected with exercise. That said, there’s rarely any gain to be had when you’re experiencing immense pain from working out, especially back pain. […]

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Do Back Pain Problems Qualify for Disability?

Do Back Pain Problems Qualify for Disability? Back pain can make it challenging to work and live normally. The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits to accommodate those with specific back ailments causing chronic pain, loss of motor function, low mobility, loss of sensation and […]

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5 Positive Affirmations for Those Recovering From Joint Pain

5 Positive Affirmations for Those Recovering From Joint Pain Staying positive through chronic or severe joint pain can be easier said than done. It takes work to stay positive when it feels like your pain is actively working against you. Your brain is a powerful organ that determines how you […]

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