Can exercise improve back pain

Aug 20, 2013 Full story: Examiner.com 46

In a nut shell, Yes! Exercise is very important in over all health but most importantly the improvement of back pain.

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cracker jack

Westbury, NY

#35 Apr 15, 2014
Chicago cant be a real chiropractor. What a bozo. I searched the internet for studies to support those chiropractic treatment so, none found.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#36 Apr 15, 2014
Funny, the only idiots who agree with the loser wisdom are from the exact same place in NY. My, what a coincidence. That, or it must be the water. Everyone from there is a failure and blames everyone but themselves.
Thus, a repeat. No need to thank me. It's my pleasure to expose frauds like 'wisdom'(who is not an MD let alone "head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital."
Wisdom is lying. She said she advertised in the newspapers using NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses). A felony in all states and punishable by license revocation, fines and jail--where she belongs.
Oh, and now (get this) when I exposed her as an insurance cheat she now says this about chiropractic, "All well researched and well founded."
Oh, I see. When other chiropractors practice chiropractic it's quackery. But when wisdom bilked insuranced companies during the 'mercedes 80's' chiropractic was "all well researched and well founded." Can you imagine a bigger hypocrite? What a lying snake.
Fact: The imbecile wisdom says chiropractic is quackery. Next sentence she says she practiced chiropractic for 20 years and had no trouble bilking insurance companies during what she calls the "mercedes 80's."
Let me get this straight--let's see here: Wisdom said all of chiropractic was quackery and can treat nothing--yet (here's the important part) she herself practiced for 20 years and billed (bilked) insurance companies so she could get paid for something she knew was doing nothing. Let me get this straight here: she's now dispensing 'expert advice." Advice on what? How to bilk insurance companies like she did?
Wisdom

Bronx, NY

#37 Apr 15, 2014
ha ha Little paranoid mr. quacker?
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#38 Apr 15, 2014
I see the idiot wisdom wanted me to repeat. Happy to oblige. My pleasure.

Funny, the only idiots who agree with the loser wisdom are from the exact same place in NY. My, what a coincidence. That, or it must be the water. Everyone from there is a failure and blames everyone but themselves.
Thus, a repeat. No need to thank me. It's my pleasure to expose frauds like 'wisdom'(who is not an MD let alone "head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital."
Wisdom is lying. She said she advertised in the newspapers using NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses). A felony in all states and punishable by license revocation, fines and jail--where she belongs.
Oh, and now (get this) when I exposed her as an insurance cheat she now says this about chiropractic, "All well researched and well founded."
Oh, I see. When other chiropractors practice chiropractic it's quackery. But when wisdom bilked insuranced companies during the 'mercedes 80's' chiropractic was "all well researched and well founded." Can you imagine a bigger hypocrite? What a lying snake.
Fact: The imbecile wisdom says chiropractic is quackery. Next sentence she says she practiced chiropractic for 20 years and had no trouble bilking insurance companies during what she calls the "mercedes 80's."
Let me get this straight--let's see here: Wisdom said all of chiropractic was quackery and can treat nothing--yet (here's the important part) she herself practiced for 20 years and billed (bilked) insurance companies so she could get paid for something she knew was doing nothing. Let me get this straight here: she's now dispensing 'expert advice." Advice on what? How to bilk insurance companies like she did?
Wisdom

Bronx, NY

#39 Apr 16, 2014
ha ha Little paranoid mr. quacker?
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#40 Apr 16, 2014
Needs to be repeated: My pleasure.

Ha ha ha ha I had to laugh at the above imbecile's statement, "I'll be sure to pass your opinion onto the medical board at my hospital!" ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ha ha ha ha. The imbecile wisdom must be a patient there since he's not an MD, let alone "head of neurosurgery." he he he
I suppose if you're going to lie, tell a big one--like Hitler did.

That said, here's the answer to the imbecile's question. It's so hard to tell which 'life saving' drug to pull off the market since the FDA waited ten years or more to pull the past 'life saving' drugs off the market until over a million Americans died or were maimed. Here's just a partial list of past 'life saving' drugs that MD's used to murder their patients. All of the following drugs were at one time FDA approved, then banned for murdering and maiming innocent Americans. It's anyone's guess which present 'life saving' drug will be next. But we'll have an answer when another 700,000 Americans die which might finally get the FDA's attention. Certainly the MD's won't stop prescribing them--not as long as they keep getting Super Bowl tickets from the drug companies who make them.

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Wisdom

Bronx, NY

#41 Apr 17, 2014
"It's anyone's guess which present 'life saving' drug will be next."

Seems like mr. cut and paste has no idea about what he's talking about.
I asked about a currently used drug. You couldn't name one.

Today I administered many life saving drugs. I was hoping you'd name just one drug that I shouldn't use. Levo? Dobutamine? Epi? Cal gluconate? Insulin? Dopa? Bumex? neo?

We'll leave medicine to the professionals. Not to dumb ass chiropractors who get NO training in the area of serious diseases.

And let's not get off topic ... the fact that NO "chiropractic" technique has legitimate research to support their use.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#43 Apr 17, 2014
The above says it all. The imbecile wisdom is a liar and always has been. Oh, but within five weeks of not having an MD degree, she now has one and became "head of neurosurgery.' AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA HA HA AH AH.
I suppose if you're going to tell a lie--tell a big one, like Hitler did. You see, that's how he got people to believe him--you know, by telling the big lie. Like wisdom.

Since: Jun 14

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#45 Jun 2, 2014
yes!exercise will improves the back pain.Do some stretching exercise for back pain.
orifruhauf

Israel

#51 Jun 14, 2014
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Dr Basim Elhabashy

Gold, India

#52 Jun 19, 2014
Exercise is very good for health because it is one types Ayurveda treatment it is called Yoga. Yoga is very important for health life. Many types of pain are remove via regular yoga.
Mark

Engadine, Australia

#54 Jul 29, 2014
My Chiropractor Dr Daniel De Jesus advises exercise of course! Plenty of useful information in the blog on his site too http://www.newtownchiropracticcentre.com.au he is very proficient in sports chiro as well.

“A working mom”

Since: Jul 14

Location hidden

#55 Sep 19, 2014
Ryanviola wrote:
It depends to what extent is your back in pain. If it is due to the day to day activities, then some casual activities can make a big difference to you positively.
I agree with you Ryan. Better check with a doctor first if it's really painful; we don't know what's the real cause, there might be something that needs serious attention. I am not scaring you, but I am just trying to be factual here. I have had slip disc and it really hurts a lot; back pain is part of the pain I was feeling, so we should not take it lightly. Just a thought.
Chiropractor from Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#56 Sep 23, 2014
wisdom "the pimp" must be feeling rather low these days. His full time occupation (reading and posting lies and propaganda on chirotalk) is no longer possible. If you try to access that site you see this note: "In accordance with Section 25(a) of the ProBoards Terms of Service, this forum has been taken offline."
I looked up Section 25--from what I can see it has something to do with abuse and other violations. Say it isn't so! Are we to believe that everything wisdom (the pimp) ever said about chiropractic is a lie?? How can that be? The pimp always praised chirotalk--that exact same forum that was recently BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OTED from the internet! Is that true??? Does that mean that wisdom "the pimp" really IS a liar and has been all of this time? AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHH HA HA HA HA HA
What a shock!!!!!!!!!!
Doesn't get ANY better than this!!!

Since: Jul 14

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#57 Sep 26, 2014
The most effective exercise for back pain is stretching. Everyone should do some stretching as a daily exercise as it softens the muscle tissue and makes your body relax more.

Since: Jul 14

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#60 Oct 7, 2014
One of the most beneficial lower back pain relief exercises is to lie on the floor and put your hands behind the knee. Your hips need to be flexed at a 90 degree angle, but with the knees bent. Now try to straighten out your knee so the toes are facing you.

Since: Feb 13

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#61 Oct 9, 2014
Chiropractic treatment is best for back pain. My mother was suffering from acute back pain, she got a non surgical treatment from Corrective Chiropractic and Wellness at Texas and has improved a lot.
Zach

Orlando, FL

#63 Oct 31, 2014
I think that is the first thing you learn fro a chiropractor care is to work that type of muscle or body part that is hurting. The more exercise and stretching you do the easier it will be able to handle all of the movements and eventually heal completely. I think the main reason behind chiropractics is to get people to do simple exercises to get the pain to subside.

Zach | http://www.chirohealthplus.com/what-is-chirop...
Andrew

Stevenage, UK

#64 Nov 5, 2014
I have tried chuchuhuasi for my back pain recently. Have it for almost 10 years now. Am 54 now. Chuchuhuasi is made out of tree bark growing in Amazonian rainforest. Couldn't believe that it really worked after a month of using it.

Since: Oct 14

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#68 Nov 18, 2014
There are reasons that causes backpain. Probably osteoarthritis or degeneration of joint cartridge. These are some. Consult your doctor about it. You can also take natural joint pain relief supplements that offer relief from ongoing discomfort and promotes healthy joint.

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