The decision to have back surgery can be scary for some patients We recommend having an open conversation with your healthcare provider about your surgery and asking lots of questions. Here are some questions we recommend asking
How do you prevent back and leg pain when you travel? Here are seven quick tips that may help.
Winter is behind us and spring is in full bloom. With that comes the chance to get outside, enjoy the weather, and get active. Transitioning from the lazy days of winter, into the bustle of the spring season, can take its toll on your body. Here are six back-saving tips to ease you outdoors:
There are dozens of stretches you can do for your back, but they only work if you do them correctly. Here are five tips to get the most out of stretching:
Here are a few post-surgery recovery tips Lori would like to share with The Better Way Back® community.
For some people, sleeping exacerbates existing back pain. Try minimizing discomfort with these sleeping positions.
One of Nate Quarry’s most important jobs as the Health and Wellness Coach for The Better Way Back® is to help patients set realistic post operative goals for themselves after undergoing minimally disruptive spine surgery.