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Herniated disks are often the culprit of back and spine pain. Our latest blog features the causes, symptoms, and treatments for herniated discs.
Common Causes of a Herniated Disc
Common Causes of a Herniated Disc
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A back spasm occurs when the muscles contract or tense involuntarily. The pain can vary from infrequent, mild discomfort to recurrent, severe, and debilitating pain.
What Are Back Spasms?
What Are Back Spasms?
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Chronic pain can affect several different aspects of your life, including sleep. Getting enough sleep each night ensures your body has enough time to heal, repair and regenerate. Learn more about how chronic pain can affect your quality of sleep:
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A new study suggests that a targeted weight-lifting regimen could increase bone mass in the whole body. Certain exercises were found to improve bone health in middle-age men, which also reduced their risk for osteoporosis.

Learn more: http://ht.ly/ZktZ301mZ5s
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Are you ready for summer? Don't let your back pain keep you from enjoying your favorite summer activities! If you're ready to start living your life, call us today at (208) 944-0056 to schedule your first appointment.
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A new study suggests that motor control exercises can help alleviate back pain by boosting coordination of the muscles that control the spine.
This is a study we'll keep an eye on! http://ht.ly/GwSN301mXOP
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Happy Memorial Day! Thank you to the brave men and women of our armed forces for your service and your sacrifice.
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We want you to feel at ease about the care you'll receive at our clinic. Learn more about what you can expect at your first visit: http://ht.ly/4nkFz8
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Are you ready to travel with back pain? As summer approaches, many of us have plans for a vacation.

Here's how you can prepare: http://ht.ly/4nkFhB
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Too much bed rest can actually do more harm than good. While it's important to rest if you've hurt your back, laying around too much can cause muscle weakness and gastrointestinal problems.

Learn more about why it's time to get out of bed: http://ht.ly/4nkF3v
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