Sleep is a fickle beast. It eludes some of us and others fight to stay awake for the evening news. One thing is certain, the position that you sleep in can have lasting effects on your posture and affect the way you feel and function throughout your day. There are...

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According to the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society, 97% of the time, Plantar Fasciitis cases will resolve after six months of consistent, conservative treatment. With no treatment at all, it will usually resolve itself in six to eighteen months. If you have ever had plantar fasciitis, however, six months...

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What is Posture? When I think of the word posture, I immediately hear my mother saying, "sit up straight, your posture is terrible." I'm sure we have all heard that from someone in our life at some point. Posture is how we hold ourselves, and unfortunately, most of the time,...

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Low back pain affects 4 out of 5 adults at some point in their lives [1, 2]. In many cases, the cause of low back pain is a herniated disc. Herniated discs are most prevalent in people 30 to 50 years old. In older people, disc herniation is often due...

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Lower back pain is one of the most common diagnoses in the US today. Statistics show that 80% of people experience at least one episode of low back pain in their lives. Unfortunately, the demands of sitting in many office jobs puts the low back at risk for developing aches...

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Where is The Sciatic Nerve? The sciatic nerve originates in the low back and is comprised of a combination of 5 nerves: L4, L5, S1, S3, and S4. The sciatic nerve is the largest in the body, measuring around 2 cm at its thickest point.  The sciatic nerve splits after...

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