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Information on back & neck pain causes, symptoms, and treatment options.
Information on back & neck pain causes, symptoms, and treatment options.

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Your body is a machine. It runs better when you put better things into it to fuel it. If you're following a diet that promotes inflammation, you may be causing yourself more back pain issues.

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If you've been looking for an excuse to get a new office chair, we have one for you. Bad posture is one of the leading causes of back pain, and it’s the primary reason that so many people experience pain from sitting. In order to find the right chair to help relieve #backpain, there are a number of important factors that have to be considered.

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Don't let tension from stress turn into back pain. Take some time to relax or cash in a few vacation days! #traveltuesday  
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Happy first day of #spring ! Here are several #healthy  foods to jump start your day.

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Maybe you've heard of cervical radiculopathy, but you're not sure what it is. Dr. G has the answer for you in his latest blog post. 

If you feel pain in parts of your body that aren't your back, spine damage could still be the issue. Nerves that control your body pass through your spinal column. If a nerve is agitated, it can result in pain, tingling, numbness, and more in other areas of the body. 

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Prevent back pain by regularly exercising and strengthening your back. Here are 6 simple exercises you can throughout the day. #fitness   #health  

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The Cat/Cow sequence is great for feeling energized and for calming the body. How can it do both? Bending the back builds internal heat in the body making it feel energized. Folding the back has the opposite effect making the body feel cool and calm. Learn more on our blog: http://bit.ly/Catcow #yogaposes  
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For athletes in the community, here's an infographic on which sports have the most back and neck related injuries. Learn how to protect your back before you wind up benched. http://www.backpainrelief.net/sports-injuries/

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Facet hypertrophy typically affects people over the age of 30 who are at a greater risk of developing spinal stenosis or other degenerative back conditions. Degenerative disc disease and osteoarthritis are the two most common causes of hypertrophy in the facet joints.

Learn how this condition is diagnosed and treated with Dr. G!

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Do you know when back brace use is appropriate and when you're becoming too dependent? 

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