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The spine is made up of bones called vertebrae, in between which are small fluid-filled discs. Desiccation of those discs...

guide on 29th May

Hyperlordosis is a condition in which there is an excessive spine curvature in the lower back. Hyperlordosis creates a characteristic...

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There are many possible causes for lower back spasms, including poor posture, muscle overuse, and sprains and strains. People...

guide on 21st May

Adopting the correct sitting position is essential for maintaining good posture and a healthy back and spine. Most people...

guide on 16th May

Back pain and bloating can be a miserable and frightening experience when they occur together. However, the most common causes...

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Inversion therapy is where a person is suspended upside down for several minutes with the aim of relieving back pain or similar ailments. Some evidence supports the use of inversion therapy for short-term management of back pain. Inversion therapy is said to take the pressure off a person’s spine, open up the vertebrae, and increase circulation....