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Bottom Line: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. I often wonder if the author of that quote happened to have a discherniation. By investing in a pro-active approach to your spinal health now, you may be able to avoid suffering from a...

Bottom Line: The bones, discs, ligaments, and muscles of your spine are designed to help you maintain proper spinal alignment, posture, and movement. Between each set of bones or vertebrae is a small rubbery disc. These discs act as small shock absorbers for your spinal bones...

Bottom Line: Pain is your body's way of signaling to you that something needs your attention. In other words, when a problem occurs in your body due to ergonomic stress, spinal misalignment, or degenerative changes, it uses pain to get you to take action and correct...

Bottom Line: Foam rolling has exploded in popularity over the past few years. No longer used only by athletes and trainers, foam rolling (or myofascial release) is now used by people at all levels of fitness. The goal of foam rolling is to improvemuscle function, performance,...

Bottom Line: You’ve probably been told many times that you should stretch before and after a workout. Most people never dobecause static stretching is boring and takes so much extra time at the gym. However, there is a way to combinestretching with your workout. It’s called...

Bottom Line: The opioid epidemic is one of the deadliest drug crises in our recent history. Look at the United States.It’s estimated that over 2 million people have a problem with opioid abuse and nearly 50,000 people die each year due as a result. So, how did...

Bottom Line: Did you know researchers have discovered a correlation between epidural steroid injections and spinal fracture risk? Specifically, new studies have indicated that there is a 21% increase in the risk of a patient experiencing a cracked or broken back after receiving an epidural...

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