Smartphones, tablets, and gaming devices can have a big impact on neck posture and pain.
Poor posture can not only make you look tired, fearful and self-conscious, but it can also be the culprit behind that nagging back pain.
Most people will experience pain in their back at some point in their lives.
You may think you’ve tried it all. You’ve taken ibuprofen, tried ice and heat, tried to rest or walk it off, yet nothing seems to work. The nagging back pain persists. Should you consult a doctor? What options will the doctor offer?
Justin Keller, Physical Therapy Director at Spine Team Texas, has treated many patients with back pain related to playing tennis. He offers the following tips to reduce the risk of back and neck injury.
The thought of an injection can be scary but inside our state-of-the-art injection suites equipped with the most advanced technology, Spine Team Texas can help directly target the source of pain and deliver effective medication to help you achieve your pain relief goals.
Let’s take a closer look and discuss your options.
CrossFit was created in 1996 in Santa Cruz, California. It is a strength and conditioning program that focuses on varied, high-intensity, and functional movement using a mix of:
One of Spine Team Texas’ goals is to treat our patient’s conditions and pain conservatively. Approximately 90% of Spine Team Texas patients are treated nonsurgically. However, if it is determined that surgery is needed, we use minimally invasive surgery techniques that allow for little to no interruption to your day-to-day lifestyle. One option may be Spinal Cord Stimulation.
You know the old saying, “You are what you eat?” Well, this could not be truer for pain management.