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Ergonomics 101

Your work environment should be safe and ergonomic for you. When your work station fits your needs, fatigue and stress decrease and your comfort increases. Take a look at our latest blog by Dr. Roya Salehoun for advice on how to make your workspace safe. http://www.backand -101/  (Feb 18, 2013 | post #1)

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Individualized Care: The Key to Low Back Pain Treatment S...

People respond differently to different treatments, so what may work for one person won't work for another. Keep at it, continue to research, discuss various treatments with your doctor, until you find what works for you. http://www.backand ized-care-the-key- to-low-back-pain-t reatment-success/  (Feb 13, 2013 | post #1)

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Sciatica: What Is It and How Do You Treat It?

Sciatica is a basket term for a number of back pain problems. Make sure your sciatica is properly diagnosed, to ensure proper treatment and recovery. /sciatica-what-is- it-and-how-do-you- treat-it  (Feb 7, 2013 | post #1)

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Is Your Pain Medication Working For You?

Pain relief medications do not work in a vacuum. Dr. Sender Deutsch is back with advice on how to make your medications more effective, and when to look for alternatives: /evaluating-your-p ain-medication-is- it-working  (Feb 3, 2013 | post #1)

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Proper Sitting Posture with LowBack Backrest

Dr. Sender Deutsch demonstrates the proper technique for sitting in a chair at your desk, using a back support. http://www.backand er-sitting-posture -with-lowback-back rest  (Jan 30, 2013 | post #1)

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Guidelines for Acute Lower Back Pain Management

If you have acute lower back pain, here are some guidelines to follow that will help minimize the pain and facilitate healing: http://www.backand idelines-for-acute -lower-back-pain-m anagement/  (Jan 27, 2013 | post #1)

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Using a Balance Disk

Need to improve your balance and stability? A balance disk is the perfect tool. Dr. Sender Deutsch explains how to get the most out of exercising with a balance disk: http://www.backand lance-disk/  (Jan 23, 2013 | post #1)

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How to Reduce Anxiety and Its Effect on Back Pain

If you have back pain, but can't seem to find the cause, it could be anxiety. Anxiety has many physical symptoms, including back pain. Here are some things you can do to reduce the effect of anxiety on your pain: http://www.backand uce-anxiety-and-it s-effect-on-back-p ain/  (Jan 20, 2013 | post #1)

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Non-Elevated Motion Exercise for Shoulder Pain

If you have shoulder pain that hurts when you raise your arms, here is a simple exercise to help rehabilitate your shoulders without having to raise them. Dr. Sender Deutsch demonstrates this shoulder-strengthe ning exercise. http://www.backand ed-motion-exercise -for-shoulder-pain /  (Jan 16, 2013 | post #1)

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Bed Mobility

Back pain can make it difficult to do many daily activities, including getting in and out of bed. Dr. Roya Salhoun explains the proper procedure for getting up and lying down, to keep discomfort to a minimum. http://www.backand ty-while-healing/  (Jan 13, 2013 | post #1)

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Explaining Home Exercise Programs

Home exercise program can be tedious and frustrating, especially if the terms confuse you and you're not sure what to do. Understanding exercise terms and being consistent with your treatment is the key to successful and lasting results. http://www.backand ise-information-an d-terms/  (Jan 9, 2013 | post #1)

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Pillow Advice For A Good Night's Sleep

How you sleep can affect how well you sleep, and neck pain can certainly affect sleep neck quality. How to reduce your neck pain for a good night's sleep: http://www.backand ice-for-neck-pain- prevention/  (Jan 6, 2013 | post #1)

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Safety Tips for Winter Activities

Outdoor activity doesn't need to stop because winter has arrived. Keep walking or jogging, but follow these tips to stay safe from injury or exposure: http://www.backand ivity-safety-tips/  (Jan 2, 2013 | post #1)

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Get Up And Move!

It's so important to take time out of your day to get up, get out and move. Even if itÂ’s just for 20 minutes, try to get out every day and walk, run, skip, ride your bike, even clean out your closet! Just move your body and get that blood flowing to your joints and muscles. http://www.backand up-and-move/  (Dec 30, 2012 | post #1)

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Tips For Pushing, Pulling and Carrying

Whenever you have to move an object, it is ALWAYS better to push than pull. Before pulling anything, try to think of a way to push it first. Following these instructions on how to push, pull and carry items will help keep back pain away. http://www.backand lling-and-carrying -tips/  (Dec 27, 2012 | post #1)