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  • What to know about reversing osteoporosis

    A person with osteoporosis has weakened bones that are more likely to break. Although the condition is not reversible, people can prevent further bone loss and rebuild bones with medication, a nutrient-dense diet, and weight bearing exercise.

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  • Spinal fusion surgery for scoliosis: What does it involve?

    Scoliosis is the medical term for a sideways curvature of the spine. Spinal fusion surgery (SFS) for scoliosis fuses two or more vertebrae together to help straighten the spine and prevent the curvature from progressing.

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  • Pool therapy beats physical therapy for chronic low back pain

    Aquatic (pool) therapy and physical therapy are two treatments that can reduce pain. But which is better for chronic low back pain? A small randomized trial published online Jan. 3, 2022, by JAMA Network Open suggests that buoyancy has the edge.

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  • 6 Exercises for Lower Back Pain

    Whether it’s chronic, acute or episodic, low back pain is a common problem among adults, causing more disability around the world than any other condition.

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  • Not all low back pain is the same

    Nearly every movement you make involves your back in some manner. This constant movement and support mean that your back is susceptible to strain and stress. Understanding the causes of back pain, along with the symptoms, can help you and your health care team determine the best treatment options for you.

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