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Title: Pain in Lower Back Around Kidneys
Date: Thu Feb 2 21:33:41 AEDT 2017
Pain in the lower back around the kidneys can be a serious medical condition, find out the appropriate treatments and steps you should take in the case of kidney disease
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Title: Osteoarthritis (Facet Joint)
Date: Thu Feb 2 15:35:35 AEDT 2017
Find out how Osteoarthritis (facet joint) can be resolved and what steps to take.
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Title: What Is Ankylosing Spondylitis And Is It A Form Of Lower Back Pain?
Date: Thu Jan 19 11:24:31 AEDT 2017
Ankylosing Spondylitis, commonly abbreviated as AS, is a medical condition which causes the some of the vertebrae in the spine to fuse due to inflammation. As is mostly diagnosed after long standing lower back pain that does not respond to treatment
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Title: What Is The Lower Back Pain Referred To As Ankylosing Spondylitis?
Date: Thu Jan 19 11:15:03 AEDT 2017
Ankylosing Spondylitis is a condition that is related to arthritis. Lets look deeper into this condition.
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Title: Post Natal Back Pain
Date: Wed Jan 18 17:37:10 AEDT 2017
No back pain is enjoyable, however post natal back pain can be extremely tough given the physical challenges new mothers are faced with in the months after childbirth. Lets explore how to help you.
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Title: Back Pain - Disc Problems
Date: Wed Jan 18 17:34:03 AEDT 2017
The common notion is that the cause of long standing chronic Back pain is always disc related. Lets look at this further.
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Title: Thoracolumbar Dysfunction
Date: Tue Jan 17 15:07:04 AEDT 2017
Thoracic dysfunction is not only painful but will also disturb your life including your work and even your free or rest time. Not only disturbing but it is also very painful and unbearable for most patients who have suffered it or are suffering from it. Below is a brief guide which contains some very important factors about Thoracolumbar Dysfunction that most patients don’t know.
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Title: Lumbar Disc Bulge
Date: Thu Jan 5 10:08:08 AEDT 2017
Spinal injuries are considered as one of the most painful and troublesome injuries. One of the most painful spine injury is a lumbar disc bulge. Before going any further you should know what lumbar disc bulge is. Let’s see its symptoms, causes and treatment.
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Title: Can Muscles Cause Back Pain?
Date: Thu Jan 5 9:56:13 AEDT 2017
Most patients with back pain cases are suffering because of their poor muscle health or muscle tension, which is mainly caused by bad postures and small injuries. Let’s see can muscles cause back pain?
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Title: Facet Joint Syndrome
Date: Wed Dec 21 18:41:22 AEDT 2016
Millions of people who experience chronic spinal pain, anywhere from the neck to the lower back, may have facet joint syndrome. This condition can result in arthritis, especially in those over 50. However, there are successful forms of treatment available to help people with facet joint syndrome enjoy a normal, healthy lifestyle.
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Title: Spinal Stenosis
Date: Wed Dec 21 18:39:39 AEDT 2016
In the simplest form, Spinal Stenosis is a medical condition in which the space in the spine begins to narrow. When this happens, it puts a lot of pressure on the nerves and this leads to pain.
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Title: What Is Cauda Equina Syndrome?
Date: Wed Dec 21 17:21:26 AEDT 2016
Cauda equina syndrome is a lower motor neuron lesion that occurs as a result of damage to the cauda equina which leads to loss of function of nerve roots (lumbar plexus) in the spinal canal.
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Title: What is Ankylosing Spondylitis?
Date: Wed Dec 21 17:10:41 AEDT 2016
Ankylosing spondylitis or (AS) is an inflammatory disorder that affects the spine’s joints. Spondylitis simply means an inflammation of the spine. Because of the body's natural reaction to inflammation the ligaments that make up the spine accumulate calcium.
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Title: Lower Back Pain
Date: Mon Dec 19 11:47:33 AEDT 2016
Lower back pain problems are too frequent nowadays. They are especially common in adults that are 50 or more years older. Lower back pain is usually related to our bones, spines, core, hips, muscles and ligaments. Let’s find more about pain in the lower back and how to treat it.
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Title: Facet Joint
Date: Mon Dec 19 11:43:09 AEDT 2016
The official name of the facet joint is the zygapophysial joint. The Facet joints are located between the vertebral bones of the spine and they are often associated with back pain.
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Title: Disc Bulge
Date: Mon Dec 19 10:58:22 AEDT 2016
A bulging disc is a very dangerous injury and it can occur to many people. Even though a bulging disc is not very common, it can occur in anyone of any age group. It can occur in many certain conditions and there are several ways to diagnose it and treat it as well.
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Title: Facet Joint Sprain
Date: Mon Dec 19 9:27:40 AEDT 2016
Facet joint sprain is a very serious injury of the spine which could cause many problems for you. Let’s see the basic info about, symptoms, causes and how you can treat it.
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Title: Upper Back Pain
Date: Mon Dec 19 9:20:45 AEDT 2016
Don’t ever underestimate the condition of your upper back pain. Even if it’s just a little pain that is bearable. Upper back pain is not a common or easily treated pain because it may occur to your spine which is one of the most crucial organs of the human body.
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Title: Spinal Degeneration
Date: Mon Dec 19 9:17:15 AEDT 2016
Spinal Degeneration is a serious disease and can cause you many problems if you are facing it. Having a degenerative spine is actually a much worse problem than most people think and if you don’t take action immediately it could cause you other bigger problems.
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Title: Slipped Disc In Lower Back
Date: Fri Dec 16 9:51:26 AEDT 2016
Discs are located in the lower back between every vertebrae of the spine. They play a huge role in the movement of the body; simply, they act as shock absorbers. They are made of cartilage tissue with softer core in the middle, surrounded by a solid ring.
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Title: Spinal Injury
Date: Thu Dec 15 11:58:18 AEDT 2016
Spinal injury is one the most serious injuries that can occur to the body because it can cause various neurological complications and be a direct result quadriplegia (paralysis of all extremities).
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Title: Bulging Disc In Lower Back
Date: Thu Dec 15 10:07:03 AEDT 2016
A disc bulge is one of the most common injuries of the lower back which can cause serious damage if you don’t act quickly to solve it
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Title: Spondylolisthesis
Date: Thu Dec 15 9:58:10 AEDT 2016
This condition occurs when the vertebra (which is a bone in the back) slides forward over the bone below it. This happens in the area of the lower spine and that is why the pain starts there at can go through the legs or even losing control over the bladder or bowels.
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Title: Pars Defect
Date: Thu Dec 15 9:51:12 AEDT 2016
Spondylolysis or Pars Defect is when there is a crack in the bony posterior (rear) portion of the spinal column. Let’s see what it is, what are the symptoms and how to diagnose and treat it.
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Title: Bulging Disk
Date: Tue Dec 13 16:08:15 AEDT 2016
It is now estimated that 80% of Australians will experience some form of back pain in their lifetime. This can be a mild ache to a severe, chronic ongoing pain that can last for years.
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Title: SIJ Dysfunction
Date: Tue Nov 29 21:21:30 AEDT 2016
SIJ dysfunction or the dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint is one of the most uncomfortable conditions that can lead to pain and injury. It is called SIJ because it is a dysfunction and/or pain coming from the sacrum and the pelvis.
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Title: Muscular Weakness is the true cause of Back Pain.
Date: Fri Nov 25 15:49:47 AEDT 2016
Muscular weakness is the number one factor that is overlooked in the diagnosis of lasting back pain. Overuse for one with a strong back, may result in a short term spasm or pain, however after treatment or a few days rest, the back will settle and return to a pain free state
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Title: How Do I Know If I Have A Disc Bulge?
Date: Fri Nov 25 15:49:03 AEDT 2016
Disc bulges are extremely common, present in up to 40% of adults. Degenerative disc even more so, in up to 70% of adults.
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Title: How Do I Know If I Have A Pinched Nerve In My Back?
Date: Fri Nov 25 15:48:32 AEDT 2016
A pinched nerve is just a lay definition used by back pain sufferers, and even some practitioners (disturbingly enough) as a causative factor in what is causing back pain.
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Title: Disc Bulge
Date: Fri Nov 25 15:47:40 AEDT 2016
The signs and symptoms of a disc bulge can vary greatly, from localized pain to excruciating leg pain. Many disc bulge injuries are incorrectly diagnosed and if not dealt with as early as possible and early on can develop further and leave the client in debilitating pain.
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