Let’s go ahead and lay all of our collective cards out on the table. Most of us spend way, way more time sitting at our computers or sitting down with our digital devices than we know we should. And, honestly, most of us are living with aches or pains as a result that we don’t really want anyone to know about.
Our necks hurt. Our backs hurt. And often time our legs hurt?
Yep. If you spend your days working at a desk, we’re willing to bet you know exactly what we’re talking about. So, why does this happen and what can be done to help take care of all of the above?(more…)
For many of us, gone are the days where we can clean the house, go for a walk, play with the kids, play with our pets, and, if we’re being honest, simply go to sleep without putting ourselves at risk for neck or low back pain.
Surprise sleep injuries aside, if you’re all too familiar with back pain, you’ve come to the right place!
As the leading low back pain specialist in Hallettsville, we know a thing or two about the common causes of low back pain.(more…)
Many people think that surgery is the ultimate once-and-for-all “fix” for a problem area of their spine that has been injured.
They may believe that the answer to the question of when to have back surgery is if they’ve been living with it for more than a month or so.
And while in a very small percentage of back pain cases surgery has reportedly provided some level of relief… It’s also true that the permanent changes that surgery makes to your anatomy can cause a host of new problems to appear, and that’s in addition to the inherent risks that come along with such invasive procedures.(more…)
Yes, it’s true. Low back pain is something that a majority of us – well over 80% of the world’s population – will deal with at some point in our lives. It’s also true that a majority of our local community have considered seeking low back pain treatment in Hallettsville, TX.
But, what causes low back pain exactly?
Most of us mistakenly think that any back pain we experience must be attributed to a single incident.
The time you picked up a box that was just a little bit too heavy.(more…)