Category : Back Pain Frisco TX

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Unveiling the Telltale Signs: Symptoms of Herniated Discs

Everyone suffers from back pain at one time or another. Sometimes it is from straining a muscle at the gym or sleeping wrong the night before. However, there are other times that the pain could be something more serious. One of those causes is a herniated disc. Discs are small pieces of tissue with jelly in the center that help cushion each one of your vertebrae. A herniated disc occurs when part of that jelly is pushed out, causing a bulge. Herniated discs are severe, and should be treated early. However, differentiating them from other medical conditions can be difficult. Read more
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Common sports Injuries that Need Chiropractic Care

Participation in sports brings joy and a sense of accomplishment. People of every age play sports. From young children playing tee-ball to adults making their weekly tee time Saturday morning, and the older you get, the more likely you are to sustain a sports injury. No matter how much you stretch before or warm-up, injury is still possible. When those injuries inevitably happen, sometimes chiropractic treatments are the fastest way to get back to doing what you love. Here are a few common sports injuries that are especially receptive to chiropractic treatments. Lower Back Injuries Lower back injuries are extremely Read more
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5 Muscular Pain Relief Methods

Muscular pain, often accompanied by aches and discomfort, can greatly impact our daily lives, especially when it targets crucial areas like the back and lower back. To alleviate such discomfort, one needs reliable and effective pain relief methods. In this article, we will explore five muscular pain relief techniques, specifically targeting back muscular and muscular lower back pain. Heat Therapy One of the most popular and easily accessible methods for muscular pain relief is heat therapy. Applying heat to the affected area helps increase blood flow, which in turn promotes relaxation and reduces muscle tension. You can use various heat Read more
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3 Worst Exercises or Stretches for Back Pain

It is likely that stretching and exercising can help ease some of your lower back pain, but unfortunately, not all exercises or stretches are beneficial. There are some that can actually worsen the lower back pain. Lower back pain is a common issue that affects people of all ages and backgrounds. A variety of factors cause this pain, such as poor posture, a sedentary lifestyle, or an injury. In this article, you will find the three worst exercises and stretches to avoid when trying to relieve lower back pain. 1. Toe Touches Toe touches are a popular stretch, involving a Read more
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Top 5 Exercises for Back Pain

Back pain is a common problem experienced by people of all ages. Various causes can include poor posture, injuries, and even stress. Exercise is one of the most effective ways to manage your back pain. Below, we have included the top 5 exercises for back pain to help decrease discomfort. 1. Cat-Cow Stretch This stretch is gentle and works to loosen up lower back muscles. Start on your hands and knees with your hands directly under your shoulders and your knees under your hips. While you inhale, lift your head and tailbone towards the ceiling. This creates a curve in Read more
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Inversion Tables: Good or Bad?

Medical practitioners get asked all the time, “Do inversion tables work?” Well, let’s find out. Many studies have been done to this day to figure out the correct answer to your question. To date, no one has pinpointed the perfect answer. Studies don’t show long-term benefits to one’s health regarding inversion tables. However, some other opinions might differ and swear that inversion therapy works. So, let’s dive into this subject a little more.  Patient Testimonies Patients with long-term back pain might depend on inversion tables for daily relief. The caveat is that no amount of time on an inversion table Read more
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Herniated Disk Treatments

A herniated disk is an issue with the jelly-like cushion that sits between the vertebrae in your spine. Often, it means that the cushion between those vertebrae is getting compressed so it’s protruding out and causing pain. There are a handful of different treatments for herniated disks, so we’re going to talk about some of those and how they can help you with your situation.  Treatment with Medication The severity of your pain with a herniated disk can vary. Based on your level of pain, the medicinal treatment that you receive can change. Sometimes, the pain is mild enough where Read more
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How to Manage Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is one of the most debilitating and frustrating forms of chronic pain. It’s one of the top reasons people miss work in the U.S. Back pain tends to go away on its own, but some treatments will speed up the process. Here are some ways to manage your lower back pain.  How to Manage Your Lower Back Pain Heating Pads Resting is an excellent way to ease the tension, but adding a heating pad will do so much more. Heat does a great job of improving blood flow, helping you relax, and managing your pain in the Read more
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Symptoms of A Herniated Disc

Everyone suffers from back pain at one time or another. Sometimes it is from straining a muscle at the gym or sleeping wrong the night before. However, there are other times that the pain could is something more serious. One of those causes is a herniated disc. Discs are small pieces of tissue with jelly in the center that help cushion each one of your vertebrae. A herniated disc occurs when part of that jelly is pushed out, causing a bulge. Herniated discs are severe, and should be treated early. However, differentiating them from other medical conditions can be difficult. Read more
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How to Solve Your Morning Back Pain

Morning back pain is a terrible way to start your day. Yet millions of Americans start their days in pain! While there are many factors that play into early morning back pain, the vast majority are fixable. Our goal at Tieperman Health & Wellness is always to make you feel better! So, here are some of the simplest changes you can make to start your mornings out right. Bad Sleeping Posture – Having poor posture when sleeping is the most common cause of back pain. By Far, the worst position for sleeping is on your stomach. Our recommendation is that Read more