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What Happens When the (Spinal) Disc Skips?

November 18, 2022
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4 Non-Invasive Back Pain Treatment Options YOU Can Employ TODAY

The Anand Spine Group

It’s Time for You to Show Back Pain Who’s Boss

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Back Pain in Men

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The Lowdown on Lumbago

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What Happens When the (Spinal) Disc Skips?

With the advent of technology and streaming services, effectively no one listens to music on compact discs (CDs) anymore. But for those who remember hearing your favorite tunes this way, especially with a beloved album that you played constantly, there was nothing worse than the terrible sound your speakers made when the disc skipped. Whether…
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4 Non-Invasive Back Pain Treatment Options YOU Can Employ TODAY

When it comes to back pain, there can be some very polarizing opinions from the public and the medical community on what constitutes the “right” treatment for the pain. At one end of the spectrum, you have those quick to judge others for choosing a surgical treatment for a degenerative and painful spine condition based…
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It’s Time for You to Show Back Pain Who’s Boss

Back pain can seem like life’s unrelenting and cruel boss, especially in people frequently affected by it. If your lower back is hurting, or you’re feeling pain under your shoulder blades or down your neck, you know how difficult it can be simply to sit up in the morning, let alone function adequately at work,…
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Back Pain in Men

Though the spinal anatomy is the same, men can experience back pain in unique ways from women. Regardless of gender, back pain can be one of the most frustrating medical conditions. And while it is true that back pain does not discriminate based on gender, it is sometimes necessary to point out the unique differences…
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The Lowdown on Lumbago

Lumbago and low back pain are one in the same, and affect millions in the U.S. Though it might sound like an exotic dance move, the word lumbago is just a medical term that means low back pain. If you’ve been around long enough, you’ve probably heard that low back pain is one of the…
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A Spotlight on Spinal Tumors: What We Can Learn From LPGA Golfer Danielle Kang

People often hear of conditions such as herniated discs, spondylolisthesis, and spinal stenosis accounting for a large amount of back pain in the United States. To be sure, spinal tumors are a less common condition responsible for similar acute or chronic back pain symptoms, but they do happen. One out of every 100,000 people (or…
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How to Know if Your Back Pain Signals Something Serious

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When Back Pain Becomes Chronic, There Can Be Many Causes

When a person experiences pain or discomfort originating from the spine for three months or more, the pain is considered ...
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Understanding Spinal Stenosis

From professional athletes to everyone else, it's a condition that doesn't discriminate. I was recently interviewed by a publication regarding ...
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When Back Pain is More Than a Nuisance

What you should know when that backache or sore neck is more than a simple "annoyance." n America today, neck ...
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