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45 min ago | Annals of Internal Medicine
The full report is titled "Spinal Manipulation and Home Exercise With Advice for Subacute and Chronic Back-Related Leg Pain. A Trial With Adaptive Allocation."
4 hrs ago | Fox News
People with leg pain related to back problems had more short-term relief if they received chiropractic care along with exercise and advice, rather than exercise and advice alone, a new study has found. Increasingly, spinal manipulative therapy by chiropractors, exercise and self-management are being recommended as low-risk strategies for back-related leg pain, but good research studies have been lacking, experts say.
6 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
Sciatica can be an extremely painful condition. It is a "pinched nerve" pain that radiates down the leg, and it occurs when problems in the joints, muscles and discs of the back progress to the point that they start to affect the nerves.
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In the short term, patients who received chiropractic care coupled with home exercise and advice reported greater reductions in back-related leg pain than those who received home exercise advice alone, according to a study being published in Annals of Internal Medicine . BRLP, such as sciatica , is often disabling and causes more work loss, medication use, and health-related costs than uncomplicated low back pain .
Romosozumab is an investigational bone-forming agent that is designed to work by inhibiting the protein sclerostin, thereby increasing bone formation and decreasing bone breakdown. These data were presented at the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 2014 Annual Meeting in "Fractures or broken bones due to osteoporosis are very common and often have a life altering impact on an older woman and her family," said , M.D., director of the Oregon Osteoporosis Center.
It's not as though I need more reminders that I'm old, you know. I already have a birthday this week that involves a number that's one number before another number I don't like very much, so there's that.
It is being estimated that there are about 3.5 lakhs of cattle in the district of Cuddalore . There are about 89 dispensaries for the cattle.
Good news for men who suffer from lower-back pain during sex. A new Canadian study suggests that some positions are better than others.
We have all by now heard the disheartening news that sitting is equivalent to smoking because it raises your risk of diabetes, heart disease, disability, cancer and of course obesity. And a new study has actually attached real numbers to this discovery; for every two hours spent sitting in front of the computer or television, the average person raises their risk of lung cancer by 6 percent colon cancer by 8 percent, and endometrial cancer by 10 percent.
Back pain is pervasive among Canadian adults, but a new and disturbing trend is emerging. Young children are suffering from back pain much earlier than previous generations, and the use of overweight backpacks is a contributing factor, according to the Ontario Chiropractic Association .
My next place of work will be Japan. The past few days I have been preparing for the two-month trip.
Contestants Marianne Baba , Lois Conway and Ruth Swenson posing with their trophies and X-rays. Photo: Wallace Kirkland/LIFE via Google LIFE Archives In the 50s and 60s, American chiropractors held a series of rather unusual beauty pageant where contestants were judged and winners picked not only by their apparent beauty and poise, but also their standing posture .
Most people get up in the morning, get ready to work or university, go there for most of the day, then head home again for dinner and bed. My day is filled with naps.
When their parents split up, children in higher-income families -- but not those in lower-earning homes -- are more likely to develop behavior problems, a new study suggests. When their parents split up, children in higher-income families -- but not those in lower-earning homes -- are more likely to develop behavior problems, a new study suggests.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:20 am
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