Physical therapy following micro-discectomy surgery

Low back pain (LBP) may be associated with lumbar intervertebral disk herniation. A subset of patients with diskogenic LBP may have radicular symptoms that include buttock and leg pain ( also known as radiculopathy or sciatica ) and sensation impairment such as...

Back pain prevention for golfers

Daily Exercises During Golf Season Prevents Golfers From Developing Back Pain  Back pain is one of the most common compliant among golfers due to excessive stress to lower back during swing / follow through. By increasing joint mobility and...
What is scoliosis?

What is scoliosis?

Scoliosis is defined as a sideways curve of the spine to the right and /or left sides. Scoliosis could develop in any of the three regions of the spine: lumbar, thoracic, or cervical). The shape of the scoliosis curve could be C-shaped or S-shaped. A person’s...

Lumbar spine instability

What is Lumbar Spine Instability? Lumbar spine instability is one of the causes of chronic Low Back Pain (LBP). The degenerative changes in the disc (located between the two vertebras in front) and cartilage in the facet joint (located in the back of the spine) can...