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Tips For A Healthy Spine
Posted on December 16, 2020 by Neuromicrospine

People who smoke, lift heavy objects frequently, are overweight or obese, or have a history of spinal deformities are at an increased risk of back pain and spinal damage. Even those individuals who don’t fit these categories could be at risk—accidents happens, so it’s important to follow some of these simple guidelines to keep your spine healthy and in good shape to prevent damage. Below are a few tips for a healthy spine:

Now more than ever, people are sitting in chairs at work, all day long. This isn’t good for a number of reasons, but if you are...

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How Desk Jobs Affect The Spine
Posted on November 10, 2020 by Neuromicrospine

According to recent reports, sitting more than 11 hours a day can increase a person’s risk of premature death by 40% compared to those who sit for less than four hours a day. Other studies have found prolonged sitting can lead to certain cancers, diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. Simply stated, the longer a person sits, the shorter their lifespan.

Sitting for long periods of time can also have a negative impact on a person’s spine. Poor sitting posture combined with a person’s body weight puts extra pressure on areas of the spine, causing misalignment. Unfortunately,...

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Can Pinched Nerves Be Permanent?
Posted on October 22, 2020 by Neuromicrospine

Pinched nerves can cause pain and numbness in the back and neck, as well as other parts of the body. If you’re suffering from a pinched nerve, you may be wondering when it will get better. And what if it doesn’t get better? Can a pinched nerve become permanent?

The answer is most of the time a pinched nerve will get better with rest and over-the-counter medications. It can, however, become a chronic condition, so you should see a doctor if you don’t see improvement within a few days.

How does a nerve get pinched?

We have nerves all over our body to...

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