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SpineUniverse Exercise Center explains flexibility training, stretching, weight training, and how exercise and staying active can benefit all age groups, even people with back pain!

CrossFit® Training: What You Need to Know

CrossFit, which was founded in 2000, is a training program that aims to enhance strength and aerobic conditioning. It brings together all types of people to improve physical well-being and cardiovascular fitness.

Yoga May Help Patients With Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pain

Yoga is commonly used to help treat low back pain, but do studies show that it works?

Getting Your Golf Game Back After Spine Surgery

As you begin golfing again, don’t just focus on your stroke—listen to your body. The main red flag to watch out for when golfing after spine surgery is.....

Physical Activity and Exercise for a Healthier Spine

In this article, you'll learn how physical activity can lead to a healthier spine and reduce your chance of having an injury.

7 Tips for Exercising When You Have Chronic Pain

A pain medicine expert provides 7 tips to help you exercise with pain. Cynthia, who suffered a ballet injury, tells her story of how she got back on her feet per se.

Exercise Can Benefit Osteoporosis

Exercise can benefit women and men with osteoporosis by increasing bone strength. A physical therapist can teach patients how to evaluate potential risks.

Tai Chi: Harnessing the Power of Body and Mind to Combat Back Pain

"In 2009, I had back pain for a long time. I tried many types of therapy, but nothing worked. My friend said, ‘Try tai chi, it is a gentle exercise.’ I refused at first because my back was sore, but eventually I tried it." It helped relieve my back pain.

Easing Back and Neck Pain While Breastfeeding

How can nursing mothers help reduce neck and back pain? Dr. Joshua Ammerman answers our questions and shares his thoughts how to keep the spine flexible and strong while breastfeeding.

Building Core Strength to Reduce Back Pain

Reduce your back pain: Find out why developing strong abdominal muscles is key to helping you maintain a healthy spine and learn how it can lead to less back pain.

Functional Kettlebell Training for the Spine

Learn about kettlebell exercises from a spine expert; this resistance training can help strengthen your core and possibly help you prevent back pain.

Build Muscle to Lose Fat

In the battle of the bulge, there is a way to slim down while exercising in a manner that most people consider bulking up. You can build muscle to burn fat!

Pilates Workouts for a Healthy Spine

Pilates is a strengthening exercise that just about anyone can do. Find out how Pilates can help promote a healthy lifestyle, and learn some exercises that can keep you in shape.

4 Steps to Reducing Back Pain

Keeping your spine healthy involves understanding the spine and body mechanics, as well as incorporating regular exercise and healthy, nutritious meals into your daily routine.

Making a Strong Case for Building Muscle

When you build more muscle, you increase your metabolic rate, reduce the effects of age related changes on the body, and burn fat more easily.
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