Spine Animations

Spine Animations

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Poor posture can damage the spine and its associated muscles and ligaments. A hunched stance places abnormal stress on muscles and ligaments, causes backache and fatigue, and can even cause the spine to become fixed in an abnormal position.… Read more

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Category: Conditions & Diagnosis

Osteoporosis and Your Back

Do Osteoporosis and Back Pain Always Go Together?

Osteoporosis is a common condition in which bone mass decreases, causing bones to weaken and become brittle. It develops when your body isn’t creating new bone as quickly as it’s losing old bone.…

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Managing Chronic Back Pain

Chronic back pain is defined as a persistent pain that affects your back for at least three months without improving or while getting progressively worse. This uncomfortable condition can seriously reduce your ability to function normally. Common everyday tasks — like getting in or out of a vehicle, carrying your groceries or even taking a bath — become burdensome or overwhelming when you’re experiencing this type of pain.…

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What Is a Pinched Nerve?

When a bone, cartilage, muscle or tendon press on a nerve, it causes pain, tingling, numbness or uncontrolled twitching. Pinched nerves can occur in your neck or back. Pinched nerve pain can radiate up or down your arms or legs.

Sometimes, chest pain may be due to a pinched nerve.…

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First Signs of Back Problems

Back pain is one of the most common complaints that doctors encounter. Since it’s so common, many people tend to write it off and try home remedies when it first appears. If you begin a new exercise routine and feel sore the next day, rest and stretching may be all that’s required.…

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Old man suffering from knee pain; blog: warning signs of knee tendonitis

What Are the Warning Signs of Knee Tendonitis?

Knee tendonitis, clinically called patellar tendonitis and more commonly known as jumper’s knee, is a tendon inflammation injury often caused by repetitive strain. Unless treated properly, knee tendonitis causes at least mild discomfort and at worst severe pain and immobility.

Knee tendonitis is a common affliction that occurs for a variety of reasons.…

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5 Signs of Serious Back Problems

Back problems are common among Americans. In fact, about 80 percent of adults suffer from low back pain at some point. That means the odds are good you’ve had back pain already.

Low back pain is the leading cause of job-related disabilities.…

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osteoporosis risks

Determining Your Risks for Getting Osteoporosis

The likelihood of you getting osteoporosis is actually fairly high. Across America, 10 million people are suffering from the disease, while another 44 million have an increased chance of getting it later. So the earlier you get a checkup by a doctor to test your bone density, the better the chance of understanding osteoporosis and the risks it poses to your well-being.…

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hereditary back issues

Your Ancestry and Your Back

Millions of Americans suffer from back pain every day. In fact, Americans spend an estimated $50 billion yearly on treating back pain. The causes of back problem vary, but new research has revealed some startling findings that medical experts hope will bring relief to many of the millions who suffer.…

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neck pain

A Stiff Neck Isn’t Always Something Minor

A stiff neck can be annoying and uncomfortable. You take over-the-counter pain relievers and hope the pain goes away. But there are times when your stiff neck can be a symptom of something serious. If the pain persists, it may be time to consult your spinal doctor at the Southeastern Spine Institute (SSI).…

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Spinal Birth Defects

Many adult back problems have their roots in traumatic injury to the spine or the nerves surrounding it. Some back issues, however, are the result of spinal birth defects that went undetected through childhood. These birth defects may cause abnormal wear and tear on the spine, leading to discomfort, numbness and other issues later in life.…

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