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How to Heal Your Spine and Alleviate Chronic Back ...

If you have chronic back pain, then you need to heal your spine to alleviate your discomfort. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to overcome the constant pain in your back. Try these methods to reduce your spine and back pain. Visit a Local Day Spa for Natural Treatments from Licensed Therapists With your physician’s permission, you can visit a local day spa for natural treatments to eliminate the pain in your...

Managing Chronic Back Pain

Though an acute injury can be painful and traumatic, it usually resolves itself in a fairly short period of time so you can get back to your normal routine and move on with life. Unfortunately, those suffering from chronic back pain are not so lucky. Being in constant pain for long periods of time can take a toll on your mental as well as your physical well-being, leading to depression, sleep disorders and even disuse...

The Best Light Exercises for Chronic Back Pain

One of the most common injuries amongst the adult population is lower back pain. This can result from a number of causes including sitting with bad posture, lifting in an incorrect manner, and failing to build up your core muscles. If you currently suffer from chronic pain, the last thing on your mind will be working out. While most doctors will advise against strenuous exercises, there are some light routines that you can...

How to Enjoy Your Trip Even When You Have Chronic ...

If you have planned to travel and you are suffering from chronic back pain you can still enjoy your trip. Being prepared is one of the most important things to take into consideration when going abroad. As long as you have all the right medication or tablets you require you will be all set. In addition to this, planning in advance will be vital in order to ensure you have an enjoyable stay. But what are the other ways to...

Does Your Medical Insurance Cover Chronic Back Pai...

The easiest answer to that is: it depends. In the UK, for instance, most chronic illnesses are automatically excluded from insurance policies because of their very nature: they’re chronic, which means treatment is a recurring expense. In Malaysia, it’s more of the opposite, though each insurance provider may have its own policies regarding different illnesses. Image: Phillip Jeffrey on Flickr You would want to...