Back pain Tag

20 10, 2020

2 Most Common Causes of Sciatica

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Hi, I'm dr. Scott Gray owner & founder of Back In Motion Sport and Spine Physical Therapy here in Fort Myers, Florida. If you have sciatica, you know how debilitating it can be? It can prevent you from getting a good night's rest at night. It can slow you down and give you this unrelenting pain in the buttocks, the lower back, but most importantly, down the leg is typically where you'll feel it if you have true sciatica. I want to describe two of the most common reasons for sciatica and believe it or not, they're actually related to entrapment sites. Entrapment sites in the medical world [...]

14 11, 2018

Everything You Need To Know About Spinal Stenosis

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Almost 80% of Americans will experience lower back pain in their lives. Well, it is a condition that has been slowly rising in prevalence through the decades. Out of the many seeking treatment for chronic lower back pain, it is evaluated that 35% will suffer from spinal stenosis. What is Spinal Stenosis? Stenosis is a Greek word that means ‘narrowing.’ It is one of the most common conditions that cause low back or neck pain in adults. Spinal stenosis develops when the spinal canal or neuroforamen become narrow and compress the spinal cord or nerve roots. Basically spinal stenosis is a condition, most commonly in adults 50 and older, in which your [...]

7 11, 2018

Everything You Need To Know About Herniated Disc Treatment

By |November 7th, 2018|Tags: , |

Everything You Need To Know About A Herniated Disc & Herniated Disc Treatment If you're suffereing from a herniated disc or are looking for herniated disc treatment, you're in the right place. Below you'll learn what exactly a herniated disc is, the causese of one,  the sign and symptoms,  and, finally, the treatment for a hernated disc. The bones or vertebrae that form the spine in the back are cushioned by small discs. These small discs are usually round and flat, comprising of a tough, outer layer (annulus) that borders a jelly like material called the nucleus. The discs act as shock absorbers for the spinal bones and are located between each [...]