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Conditions




  • Scoliosis occurs when a person has an abnormal left-to-right curving of the spine in the shape of a letter S or C. While doctors don’t know exactly what causes the most common type of scoliosis, there are options for treating the condition and preventing it from worsening in some cases.

  • Scoliosis Symptoms in Adults and Kids
    July 19, 2019 | Articles

    Scoliosis is an abnormal curve of the spine from side to side, in the shape of an “S” or a “C.” Many people have some curve in their spine, but it doesn’t always cause symptoms. If the curve is large enough, though, it can cause noticeable changes to the posture or other symptoms.

  • The Spinemobility Boot Camp Program for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis is a six-week program has four components — behavioral change strategies, manual therapy, at-home exercises for strength and flexibility, and postural techniques to reduce symptoms. Learn how it works in this interview with Dr. Robert Pinto of Pinto Chiropractic in Williamsburg, Virginia.

  • Lumbar spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spinal cord and its surrounding nerves. Stenosis can be caused by scoliosis, age, obesity, or trauma.

  • What is Tech Neck and How to Prevent It
    June 7, 2019 | Articles

    Tech neck, or text neck, is a rapidly growing spine condition caused by excessive cell phone and personal technology use. Tech neck can cause neck pain and long-term damage to the neck and spine. Here's what we know about tech neck and how you can prevent it.

  • Living with a herniated disc can be tough, but recovery is possible. If you are experiencing numbness, weakness and/ or intense pain in your back or leg regions, you should consider consulting a medical professional to effectively take on possible disc herniation and read this article to learn an overview of herniated discs, herniated disc symptoms, and disc herniation treatments.

  • Technically, degenerative disc disease isn’t a single discrete illness — it’s a term which describes symptoms arising from the natural degeneration of spinal discs with age. Wondering whether degenerative disc disease could be responsible for your back pain, loss of flexibility, or other spinal issues? Look no further.

  • Do I Have Fibromyalgia? An Overview
    May 10, 2019 | Articles

    Fibromyalgia is defined as a long-term disorder associated with widespread chronic pain from damaged nerves, muscles, and bones that result in areas of tenderness & general fatigue. Could you have it? We are here to break down the six phases of this nerve condition.

  • What are the best cars and worst for lower back pain? We asked the experts, and they told us which cars make traveling with a bad back most comfortable.

  • Wondering how to know if you have sciatica? This easy test can help you figure out if you have sciatica symptoms.

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