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Thoracolumbar Syndrome

Have you ever experienced pain at the top of the buttock and or low back pain? You might have been experiencing a condition called “Thoracolumbar Syndrome”

The thoracolumbar region is where our mid back (thoracic spine) meets our low back (lumbar spine). This area is what we call a “transitional zone” […]

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Preventing Low back Pain Through Exercise

Low back pain affects almost every person at some point in their life. It can limit and restrict how people go about their daily routines. Low back pain can be caused by a variety of reasons such as sports injuries, arthritis, overuse, being overweight or just physically reconditioned […]

Your Hips Don’t Lie

Have you ever felt it was difficult to sit down in a low chair or bench? Have you experienced catching or pinching type pain in your hips? Have you ever tried squatting as an exercise and just found it down right difficult to perform the movement?
These symptoms are not all […]

Plane Flights and Back Pain

7 Strategies to Reduce Pain on Plane Flights

Plane flights can be taxing on the very best of backs. Unless you’re traveling in first class or business class, you’ll be stuck in cattle class like the rest of us. The uncomfortable chairs, small legroom and awkward sleeping positions, can all contribute […]

Spondylolisthesis

A Spondylolisthesis is a condition most commonly of the lumbar spine. It occurs when there is a stress fracture, known as a spondylolysis in the vertebra. This fracture can result in the forward slippage of the vertebra and once this has occurred, it is known as a Spondylolisthesis.

Approximately 5% of […]

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