People suffering from back pain often think resting is the most effective way to get rid of the pain. Although it may feel good to rest, getting up and moving is best for your back. One important exercise for back pain is abdominal work, but there’s a catch. Core exercises may be causing your back…

“The bad news is time flies, the good news is you’re the pilot” -Michael Shulter If you – like millions of Americans – experience chronic low-back pain or pain that shoots down the buttocks while bending forward or exercising, you may have what is known as a herniated disc. Exercising with a herniated disc can…

Back pain affects more than 3 million Americans a year and can range from a minor nuisance to a major lifestyle disruption. Though many depend on pain medications and even turn to surgery as treatments, effective relief can also be achieved through physical therapy. Many studies have shown that physical therapy can mimic the results…

Back pain is the worst. From dull and achy to stiff and stabbing, back pain can put you down for days. If you aren’t careful, your back pain will keep returning weeks, months, and years later. Back pain is one of the most common ailments and it is the reason why millions of Americans miss…