10 Professions That Increase Your Risk of Lower Back Pain

Your spine is capable of enduring a lot of wear and tear throughout your day-to-day life. This wear and tear are usually caused by bending, compression, twisting, and other repetitive movements. This is why it’s so common to develop lower back pain. Unfortunately, back pain can have a great and negative impact on your life and can be difficult to treat. Your profession may also be placing you at an increased risk of lower back pain.

Read More

What are the Common Signs of Annular Tears?

Your spinal discs are a very strong and resilient part of your anatomy, but it is possible for them to become fragile over time. This fragility is caused by the development of annular tears. Knowing what the most common signs of annular tears are may help you get appropriate treatment as soon as possible.

Read More

Avoid Holiday Back Pain With These 5 Tips

If you live with back pain, the holidays may not be the most wonderful time of the year for you. From lifting and carrying heavy shopping bags, boxes of decorations, and packages, to holiday stress that may exacerbate your back pain, this time of year can become (physically) painful. We want you to enjoy this holiday season with as little back pain as possible, so we’ve made list of ways to avoid holiday back pain!

Read More

4 Common Causes of Annular Tears

Your spine is a very important part of your body, allowing you to have the mobility you need to get through day to day activities. This is also why your spinal discs are incredibly important. However, spinal discs can easily develop annular tears. In fact, just about everyone who has aged beyond their teen years likely has annular tears. It is possible to avoid the development or worsening of existing tears by understanding the common causes of annular tears.

Read More

Kevin Pauza, M.D., Reconstructs Ötzi the Iceman’s Final Days

Research findings in the relatively new field of Regenerative Medicine have allowed spine expert, Dr. Kevin Pauza to define previously unknowable details of Ötzi the Iceman’s death 5,300 years ago.  Many people learned of Ötzi the Iceman through news articles, a feature movie, or documentaries from National Geographic, the Smithsonian, or PBS NOVA. However, all these commentaries have failed to correctly define one of the most intriguing aspects of the Iceman: how his life ended. Every version of Ӧtzi’s story ended inconclusively or with an inaccurate resolution, until now.  Thanks to Dr. Kevin Pauza’s research, we now know the truth

Read More

10 Professions That Increase Your Risk of Lower Back Pain

Your spine is capable of enduring a lot of wear and tear throughout your day-to-day life. This wear and tear are usually caused by bending, compression, twisting, and other repetitive movements. This is why it’s so common to develop lower back pain. Unfortunately, back pain can have a great and negative impact on your life and can be difficult to treat. Your profession may also be placing you at an increased risk of lower back pain.

Read More »

What are the Common Signs of Annular Tears?

Your spinal discs are a very strong and resilient part of your anatomy, but it is possible for them to become fragile over time. This fragility is caused by the development of annular tears. Knowing what the most common signs of annular tears are may help you get appropriate treatment as soon as possible.

Read More »

Avoid Holiday Back Pain With These 5 Tips

If you live with back pain, the holidays may not be the most wonderful time of the year for you. From lifting and carrying heavy shopping bags, boxes of decorations, and packages, to holiday stress that may exacerbate your back pain, this time of year can become (physically) painful. We want you to enjoy this holiday season with as little back pain as possible, so we’ve made list of ways to avoid holiday back pain!

Read More »

4 Common Causes of Annular Tears

Your spine is a very important part of your body, allowing you to have the mobility you need to get through day to day activities. This is also why your spinal discs are incredibly important. However, spinal discs can easily develop annular tears. In fact, just about everyone who has aged beyond their teen years likely has annular tears. It is possible to avoid the development or worsening of existing tears by understanding the common causes of annular tears.

Read More »