Learn how a super stretch exercise can help strengthen your back and keep pain at bay.
Hanging upside down may not seem like the obvious way to get back pain relief, but inversion tables have worked for some.
When back pain hits, you want relief — now. Luckily, a few home remedies can help your back feel better. Try these tips the next time your back needs some TLC.
Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years. But you may have been afraid to try it because of a fear of needles. Our acupuncturist dispels some of the common myths surrounding this ancient medicine.
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Back pain is a common complaint on the list of pregnancy aches and pains. Learn how to prevent back pain during pregnancy — and how to deal when it strikes.
Chronic back pain can be debilitating. Learn the science behind behavioral medicine strategies that help people cope with back pain, including cognitive behavioral therapy for pain.
If you’re considering back surgery, you should know that while minimally invasive surgery using a laser is effective for some conditions, it isn’t a miracle cure, and it isn’t for everyone. Find out what you need to know.