Back pain

Sciatica is a leading form of back pain sometimes caused by herniated disc compressing spinal nerves causing pain in the low back down the leg. If the cause of the Sciatica isn’t nerve compression from a herniated disc, then the cause is almost always a tight muscle called the Piriformis. If a tight piriformis is [...]

Chronic pain, both muscle and joint pain, affect a large portion of Americans. Texting in considered a significant contributor to neck pain which is also likely due to posture and poor ergonomics. Massage therapy and structural alignment can help ease pain and treat underlying postural and alignment issues that are causing the pain. Do you [...]

According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Skin Disease, approximately one-fourth of U.S. adults experience at least 1 day of back pain in a three month period. One of the risk factors for back pain is weak back and abdominal muscles caused by poor posture. Good posture enables us to maintain positions (sitting, standing, [...]

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