Hi, I’m Anne.
I’ve had back pain for as long as I can remember.
There’s a lot of information out there on the internet these days. Unfortunately, some of it is terrible – but some of it is brilliant. I know first hand it can be difficult to sort between the two. I have learned a lot from my experience with chronic pain, and so, for me, it makes sense to share the things that have helped me.
Thank you for your interest in my website. My goal here is to build a community where we can share knowledge and support each other.
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Your lower back, the lumbar spine, features the complex skeletal structure of muscles, nerves, ligaments, joints, and interconnected bones that function cohesively to provide your body with support, flexibility, and strength. While this complicated system of bones,...
The piriformis muscle is a narrow muscle found in the buttocks. When a person suffers from piriformis syndrome, it causes buttock pain and spasms. Piriformis syndrome is sometimes mistaken for sciatica because the piriformis muscle can aggravate the sciatic nerve and...
Sciatica is the word used to express the sensations of pain, tingling, numbness, and or weakness felt in the leg that originates from the lower back and transitions through the buttock and down the back of the leg via the sciatic nerve. Sciatica is an underlying issue...
Today we look at one of the phenomena of our times – pain from spending too much time on the phone.
Breathing is an involuntary bodily function and a necessary function to live. How you breathe affects other aspects of your quality of life, including back pain.
If you are or have suffered from neck pain, you think of it as a physical issue, right? You wouldn't believe it could be related to something that had no physical origin. However, there is more to the body than meets the eye. A lot of physical issues can be the...
Our body is interconnected.
This means that there’s usually more than meets the eye, and the sources of some symptoms can come from surprising places. What goes on in our minds has a much more significant impact on the well-being of our body than we realize.
A lot of back pain is unavoidable. It can happen from a random injury or the most trivial daily activity.
Additionally, it can be hard to get under control once you have it. That’s why it’s good to take preventative measures to ensure that your back has a fighting chance if anything were to happen.
Imagine a day where invasive surgery isn't needed to repair your herniated disc. Imagine a day when a simple medical routine can actually re-grow your damaged discs — a technique that allows you to avoid the dreadful spinal fusion. Over 1.2 million Americans are...