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  • Healthy Back Tips
    • Healthy Back Tips
    • Back and neck pain is the most common health problems experienced by most people, at some point in their lives. People with back pain or neck pain may have trouble performing daily routine activities.
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  • Non Surgical Spine Treatments
    • Non Surgical Spine Treatments
    • In most cases, back pain can be resolved without surgery. The conservative treatment involves the use of pain medications and other methods to reduce inflammation and restore normal function.
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  • Back and Neck Braces
    • Back and Neck Braces
    • The spine is composed of spinal bones called vertebrae, intervertebral discs, connective tissue, and muscles. All of these structures provide support, stability, and mobility to the upper body.
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  • Back Pain Exercises
    • Back Pain Exercises
    • Strenuous activities of daily living can stress the back resulting in pain. It is natural at this time to withdraw from activity and rest, but is not helpful in the long run and may actually slow down the healing process.
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  • Nutrition and your Spine
    • Nutrition and your Spine
    • Nutrients are the chemical components present in food, which provide energy for carrying out normal physiological functions and aid in various metabolic processes of the body.
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  • Spine Medications
    • Spine Medications
    • Medications play an effective role in the treatment of back or neck pain. Your doctor may prescribe several medications to help reduce pain and associated symptoms that are caused by unhealthy spinal conditions or deformities.
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  • Physical Therapy for the Spine
    • Physical Therapy  for the Spine
    • Physical therapy is one of the foremost necessary treatment modes of recovery for back pain. A referral to physiotherapy sometimes is created by your spine surgeon.
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  • How to prevent back pain
    • How to prevent back pain
    • Back pain is common and usually affects everyone at some point. It often occurs more frequently as you grow older. Pain can either be sharp and sudden or dull and constant.
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