Lower back pain is one of the most common conditions that causes someone to see their doctor. In fact, about 23% of the world’s adults suffer from chronic low back pain. Many people may think that this pain is inevitable. As a result, they may avoid seeking help. But if your lower back pain worsens when you walk, your daily life can be severely restricted. Standing and walking from place to place can be a challenge. You may not even be fully present in moments while connecting with your ...
Posted on 2022-11-17
Back pain, especially the kind that sends shooting pain down your legs, can make sleeping extremely difficult. You may feel that every sleep position sends massive pain signals to your lower back. Unfortunately, you’re not alone. Up to 55 of the population, each person’s symptoms are different. Our licensed therapists at Forever Fit can customize your treatment plan so that you feel relief from your lower back pain as soon as possible. Each physical therapy session lasts 40 minutes...
Posted on 2022-11-10
Neck pain can restrict your mobility and cause immense discomfort both at work and at home. But when your neck pain is coupled with shoulder pain, you may not be able to engage in normal activities at all. You may feel sharp pain when turning your head, raising your arms or holding up your torso. This lack of mobility can be frustrating and can keep you from simple activities like writing and typing. As a result, you need to find relief for your shoulder and neck pain as fast as possible. ...
Posted on 2022-11-02
Lower back pain when walking: When is it serious? Lower back pain can cause a significant strain on your daily activities. Whether it’s walking the dog, playing with your kids or sitting at your desk for hours, even the most routine tasks can become difficult when you are dealing with chronic aches and pains in your spine. For many people, this pain in the lower back can show up or even worsen during walking. If that’s what you’ve been experiencing, you’re not a...
Posted on 2022-10-19
Can COVID-19 cause ongoing lower back pain? The short answer — yes, COVID-19 can cause ongoing lower back pain that lasts long after your other symptoms disappear. If this is something you’re experiencing, you’re not alone. This question was one of the most searched questions on the internet for 2021 and 2022, and researchers are just now beginning to understand the correlation between ongoing back pain and COVID-19 infection. While the Centers for Disease Control and...
Posted on 2022-10-12
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