Archive for September 2012

Top 3 Exercises for Back Pain and Pregnancy

Chad Madden, owner of Madden Physical Therapy demonstrates the top 3 exercises to help manage backpain during a pregnancy.

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Lower Left Back Pain – Resolving Pain in Lower Left Back

Lower left back pain can be very frustrating and hard to resolve. One of the most often overlooked causes of pain in the lower left back is muscle imbalances. There is a doctor online who has a program that specializes in fixing underlying muscle imbalances that cause lower left back pain. You can check out his program by clicking on the link above.

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9.6.2012 Blood Donation, School and Back Pain

Today is a long and painful day.
School started at 9:00 Sharp! Back pain or no!
We both Push Through the day, and end up at the end of the day unscathed!
Amber talks about things important to her, and I tell you a little about myself.

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How do you get back pain? – 3 Tips to help manage lower back pain

How do we get back pain and what can we do to reduce it?

3 tips that help explain some common causes and will help you to manage lower back pain better.

1. Move more, sit less. Sitting for long periods tightens up our hip-flexor muscles and uses up the flexion capacity in our backs.

2. Become aware of your posture. By standing and sitting tall, we can spare stress on the lower back. Keep your shoulders back and your neck straight.

3. Stretch your hip-flexor muscles. The tighter they are, the more pressure there will be on your lower back.

For more information and to download a program to help you manage lower back issues, visit

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Hip Flexor Stretch to Relieve Low Back Pain!

Hip Flexor Strtetch: Are you suffering from low back pain? Watch this video to find out how the hip flexor stretch could solve your problem!
Most people spend the majority of their day seated. Unfortunately, we are not designed to sit all day long. In doing so, your hip flexors will shorten and become tight, which in turn causes low back discomfort or pain. A simple fix for this is to regain our hip flexor length and flexibility with the kneeling hip flexor stretch.

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