A healthy dose of good advice from Dr Melissa Cady on the common (and very scary!) questions about cancer and back pain.
Why do I get back pain when sitting? Should I wear a back brace? Why do I have more pain in the morning? Is sitting too much damaging my back? DPT Mark Kargela gives you the answers to these common questions.
When can I start exercising if I have back pain? Should I stop exercising if I have back pain? Does lifting weights damage my spine? Does stretching help low back pain? DPT Jarod Hall guides you to understand more about back pain and exercise.
Many people with ongoing pain fear that exercise will make their pain worse. But when done right, exercise plays a vital role in recovering from pain and living well again.
Dr Melissa Cady talks you through the ways your doctor examines the medical issues that can cause pain, and makes sure you’re safe to start working on a program of pain explaining and retraining.
It’s Hard to Get Help for Persisting Pain If you casually mention you have back or neck pain in a group of people, more often than not you will hear stories of treatment that made their pain feel worse, rather than better! People that have ongoing pain have a hard time getting the right care …