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Dr. Lori Ann G. Palumbo D.C. & Dr. Albert Stabile Jr. D.C.

Helping Runners Prevent Lower Back Pain

By adminjosh | April 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

There is no getting around it: running isn’t great for your lower back Depending on the running surface, how hard you strike the ground, and what kind of shoes you wear, each step represents a shock that ripples up through the joints of your lower body and eventually reaches your spine. This repetitive stress causes…

Downward-Facing Dog is Daily Decompression

By adminjosh | April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

The downward-facing dog pose is a win-win for chronic back pain sufferers At our office in Hackensack, we talk a lot about spinal decompression. So much of modern life involves unhealthy compression of the spine- from sitting all day, to using mobile devices too frequently, to foregoing physical activity. Our spines are already under an…

Letting Go of Muscular Tension Naturally

By adminjosh | April 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

When your body feels like one big ball of tension… …you know that it’s time to act. Yet so many of us choose to ignore our muscles at the end of the day, opting instead to lounge around and let the tension fully set in. No one is blaming you- you work hard and you…

The Undesirables: Foods to Avoid with Back Pain

By adminjosh | April 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Don’t shoot yourself in the foot… Despite being of primary importance in the struggle for spinal health (along with exercise), we often forego the power of nutrition by reaching for nutritionally-deficient foods. We are here to tell you that immediate gratification and sensation of comfort that comes with eating bad foods is more than offset…

Healthy Outside Starts From the Inside

By adminjosh | April 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Prioritizing your back pain through nutrition  Between exercise and nutrition, you have two essential tools for avoiding and managing back pain. Nutrition is perhaps the more potent of the two because it deals with the ingredients that you provide your body- the building blocks of success. Nothing in the human body works without the right…

Dos and Don’ts For Back Pain Sufferers

By adminjosh | March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Exercise is the best thing you can do for your back pain For back pain sufferers, exercise is an indispensable tool in managing the symptoms. It‘s effect can be as powerful as pain medication with the crucial difference being that exercise and stretching are targeted to specifically ease the pressures on the root cause of…

Handy Tips for Hand Health

By adminjosh | March 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Life is miserable with hurting hands So take note when your fingers start to ache after a day of office work. The intensive typing and clicking involved in computer work are taking a toll on your hands that could come back to bite you in the future! Office workers are at risk for the development…

Shoes to Avoid with Back Pain

By adminjosh | March 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Are your shoes causing strife for your back? If you are like millions of Americans, your shoe choice is made on the basis of style first and comfort second; often times, comfort is simply seen as a bonus! But we are here to tell you definitively that this is the wrong way to go about…

Moving in Mysterious Ways to Support Better Office Health

By adminjosh | March 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

The importance of movement in an office setting Office work has a way of sucking the desire for movement out of us. It is not uncommon for an office worker to snap out of a hard working streak to find that their neck is stiff and set forward, and that they can’t remember the last…

The Underlying Causes of Sports Injuries

By adminjosh | March 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

So many sports injuries are preventable When a sports injury strikes, it is easy to lay blame in a number of directions that point away from your body- it could have been an aggressive tackle or faulty shoewear for example. But the most common sports injuries are simpler than that: sprains and strains are the…