Articles for Tag: "spine"

Why run when you can crawl?  Featured
Why run when you can crawl?
The new fitness trend has people back on the floor. A trainer explains the pros and cons.
Knee replacement might raise risk of hip and spine fractures 
Knee replacement might raise risk of hip and spine fractures
Almost 720,000 total knee replacements are carried out in the U.S. each year, but there may be a downside.
Repairing the spine of a little girl from Africa 
Repairing the spine of a little girl from Africa
Thanks to a few people with big hearts, Afiya Sare is on the road to recovery.
Do injections for back pain only offer temporary relief? 
Do injections for back pain only offer temporary relief?
An orthopedic surgeon provides other approaches to spine problems.
Spine surgery gets man back to standing again 
Spine surgery gets man back to standing again
A miraculous procedure helped Ronnell Booze stand up straight after years of being bent 90 degrees at the waist.
Why texting is harming your back 
Why texting is harming your back
Learn why poor posture while sending those texts can add 60 pounds of pressure to your spine.
New innovative treatment for extreme back pain  Featured
New innovative treatment for extreme back pain
After being bed-ridden with excruciating back pain, one woman became the first person in Chicago to receive a new treatment for her spinal break.