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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: Spine Health Tips

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How to Take Care of Your Back if You Play Sports

Playing sports provides a healthy alternative to exercising alone. In addition to the physical benefits, playing sports also benefits you by:

  • Building teamwork skills
  • Developing friendships
  • Improving your mood
  • Decreasing depression

While sports are fun and healthy, you’re more apt to hurt yourself in the competitive spirit if you don’t take appropriate precautions.…

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What an Effective Walking Routine Looks Like

If you want to walk to reach your health goals, you need to follow a good walking routine. Walking is the easiest way to maintain your health, especially as you get older. But no matter how old you are, however, you can walk.…

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The Best Sandals to Protect Your Back

Back pain is one of the most common causes of doctor visits. Your back can start hurting from constant heavy lifting, a sudden jolting movement or a number of medical conditions. But you can take steps to avoid back pain by improving your posture and biomechanics.…

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10 Tips for Enjoying the Summer Pain-Free

It’s summer and there’s a good chance that you’re more active than ever. Sometimes enjoying a familiar activity like camping or swimming can lead to new back pain or irritate an old injury. Since a pain-free summer is a good summer, the back pain experts at the Southeastern Spine Institute have compiled tips to protect your back all summer long:

  1. Consider taking up yoga.

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Swimming vs. Walking: Which Is Better for Your Back?

If you’re active, you know that most forms of exercise are beneficial to your health and your back. But if you’ve already hurt your back or you’re susceptible to a back injury, talk to your spine specialist before starting any new sport or exercise program to ensure you don’t injure your back further.…

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Smell the Roses, But Careful How You Bend

Warm weather’s here again, and for most people, that means that it’s time to head outdoors with family and friends. Keep in mind how much activity you did over the winter, though, before hitting the hiking trail, the tennis court or the backyard garden.…

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Isokinetic Exercises for a Bad Back

Back pain is one of the main reasons people miss work or have to visit a doctor. It’s also one of the leading causes of disability. Most people experience back pain at least once in their lives. You may think that rest gives your back time to heal, but if your pain persists for four weeks or longer, rest alone isn’t working and in fact may be making your pain worse, as rest allows your back muscles to further atrophy.…

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New Streaming Service for Medical Documentaries

When your back hurts, you may be one of those people who immediately calls the doctor. But not everyone visits a doctor at the first sign of pain. If that describes you, you may admit to asking Dr. Google a question or two.…

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Long Distance Driving and Your Back

Whether you drive the highways for a living or want to go on an extended road trip, long distance driving involves sitting in the same position for a long time. You’re putting yourself at risk of developing back problems or aggravating back problems you already have.…

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