Blogs about Lower Back Pain

Thursday, August 16, 2018
Healthy Body Healthy Mind
Most times, people of all ages complain of pain on their hip and back. Most often, the culprit is sciatica, and sciatica symptoms in the hip come with a very sharp pain at the top of the gluteal muscle in the L4 and L5 vertebrae. So many factors can cause sciatica such as pregnancy and inflammation. 
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Healthy Body Healthy Mind
Most times, people of all ages complain of pain on their hip and back. Most often, the culprit is sciatica, and sciatica symptoms in the hip come with a very sharp pain at the top of the gluteal muscle in the L4 and L5 vertebrae. So many factors can cause sciatica such as pregnancy and inflammation. 
Sunday, June 10, 2018 • Round Rock, TX 78681
Denise Lee's Blog
Back Pain Can Strike for Many Reasons. Back pain can happen to anyone and for any reason. This is my most painful back pain experience. Have you ever heard of Insanity? If you do not, it is like a P90x hybrid on steroids, a very high intense, body weight driven workout program. One day I was doing a burpee to push combination and as I was spring forward into plank, my back seized up. I could not even move from the floor, the pain was unbearable.
Friday, September 29, 2017 • Fairfax, VA 22031
On the go fitness pro
Working out the core is important to help protect against back pain. Many of us have weak core strength because we are sitting at a desk all day long causing the muscles in our mid-section to atrophy. This weak core can set up an environment for our back to become injured. The core is design to keep the trunk stable for almost any movement. The muscles help us bend and support the spine while lifting heavy objects. I have put together some simple tips to help you build a stronger core to keep your back healthy. How to start building your core
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 • Ketchum, ID 83340
Connie Aronson's Blog
When it comes to musculoskeletal pain, the lower back reigns as king. Approximately 80-85 percent of people will experience some sort of low back pain in their life. According to the National Health Statistics Survey in 2012, over 28 percent of Americans live with lower back pain. Back troubles are the number one reason people under the age of 45 miss out on activities.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 • Mesquite, TX 75150
The Balance Guy
THE BEST EXERCISE YOU'RE PROBABLY NOT DOINGThis is a weekly series on exercise that will give you the biggest bang for your exercise buck in and out of the gym. Today's exercise is wall squat
Tuesday, January 19, 2016 • Pine Bush, NY 12566
Juliet Gould's Blog
Here's why you should get ballin': A stability ball works your abs way more than regular crunches do. Plus, use it in place of a bench for strength moves and your core gets a workout — you'll engage your deep obliques and lower-back muscles to stay in place.