sitting wrongly in office can affect your bones

Sitting wrongly can affect your bones, warn experts

Sitting for long hours can be quite a challenge for a lot of us. However, sitting in a bad posture could be much more destructive, say experts. Posture refers to the way an individual holds alignment of spine in the body with all its adjoining structures. It includes every single movement that a person makes. […]

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Mumbai: KEM doctors save 14-yr-old’s life suffering from a rare congenital anomaly

Doctors from Mumbai’s civic-run KEM hospital treated a 14-year-old Buldhana boy from a rare congenital anomaly. He had developed a tilted spine as one part of the spine did not develop. Moreover, he started losing the sensations in his leg, and if not treated, then he might have lost the ability to walk. Doctors from […]

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Five tips to counter back pain this Diwali

Festivals often bring about a change in our daily routine. In general, our diet, sleeping pattern, and schedule changes. It is also probably one of the busiest times of the year where all the holiday shopping, cooking, get-togethers happen, and we travel to see friends. Whether you are a chronic back pain patient or someone […]

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#WorldSpineDay: Sedentary lifestyle and lack of exercise to blame for spinal problems

An unhealthy spine can interfere with the entire central nervous system and can also cause a host of unwelcome health issues such as pain, numbness, and weakness in the arms and legs, impaired breathing and digestion and impaired control of the bowel and bladder. On the occasion of World Spine Day, doctors informed that around […]

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women doing yoga

Here’s how you can practice yoga safely for back pain

The popular mind-body practice can be one of the best ways to soothe an aching low back, as long as you are careful “Yoga helps strengthen and stretch back muscles that might be tight, which improves mobility,” says Dr Lauren Elson, medical editor of the Harvard Special Health Report. Unfortunately, yoga injuries among older adults […]

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#WorldNoTobaccoDay: Smokers are thrice more prone to chronic back pain

Smoking is often seen as a risk factor for multiple medical issues. However, its relation to musculoskeletal conditions like that of back pain is rarely understood. In spite of regular exercise, a healthy diet plan, and a proper lifestyle, you may experience chronic back pain if you are addicted to smoking or often breathe in […]

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