Nonspecific Lower Back Pain: How Bad can it Get?

Chronic nonspecific back pain is a horrific reality And its presence in society is growing. Nonspecific low back pain, either acute or chronic, is defined as pain that has no detectable cause. As more people shift into the seats of white-collar office work, back pain is on the rise, peaking now as the second leading cause…

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Sarcopenia is the Loss of Muscle Mass and It Affects Everyone

Sarcopenia is universal Risk factors for sarcopenia include age, gender, and level of physical activity. Everyone on earth is affected by the loss of muscle mass that comes with aging. But it is not the same for everyone, and only you get to decide how severe sarcopenia can really be. Sarcopenia sets in at some…

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Super Bowl Stretches to Undo Sofa-Related Back Pain

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Today, watch out for when the Comfy Couch Turns Ugly Your sofa should be a place for relaxation The world will be watching the Kansas City Chiefs play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers today, and most will be watching from a reclined couch while stuffing their face with carbs. This ritual has become a tradition that…

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