Lower Back Pain

Why Using Paracetamol To Ease Your Back Pain Is All Wrong

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Millions of people who have been using paracetamol to ease their lower back pain may have been better off not taking anything at all, a study has foun...

10 Everyday Things That Are Giving You Back Pain

The Huffington Post UK | Rachel Moss | Posted 24.06.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Back pain sure is annoying - research has shown that sex, housework and driving are among the key activities prohibited when back pain strikes. Tha...

The Top Three Things Back Pain Prevents Us From Doing

The Huffington Post UK | Rachel Moss | Posted 27.05.2014 | UK Lifestyle

Roughly half of Britain is contending with back pain and those pesky aches are having a big impact on our everyday lives. A recent survey of 2056...

Mindfulness Meditation Can Reduce Physical Pain by 90 Percent, Week Two of Our Course Shows You How

Danny Penman Ph.D. | Posted 04.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Danny Penman Ph.D.

Pain creates tension in the body, which feeds back into the brain, which responds by turning up the 'volume' on its pain amplifiers, creating even more suffering.

Can Mindfulness Meditation Really Reduce Pain and Suffering by 90 percent? This Three Week Course Shows You How To Begin.

Danny Penman Ph.D. | Posted 28.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Danny Penman Ph.D.

Imaging studies show that mindfulness soothes the brain patterns underlying pain and, over time, these changes take root and alter the structure of the brain itself, so that patients no longer feel pain with the same intensity. Many say that they barely notice it at all.

Back Pain: Don't Suffer in Silence

Cabella Lowe | Posted 16.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Cabella Lowe

As a physiotherapist I know it's never too late to start looking after your back, and you only need make small adjustments to reap the benefits.

Back Pain Epidemic: Why Young Sedentary Brits Are Feeling The Ache

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Kyrsty Hazell | Posted 25.07.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Young adults are paying the price for spending hours slumped in front of the television, it was suggested, after research found that a third of 16 to ...

The Cure for Economic Pain is Pain Itself

Sean McDougall | Posted 13.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Sean McDougall

Across Europe, 500 million working days are lost each year as a result of chronic pain. The economic effect is equivalent to paying half the working population of Portugal to sit at home doing nothing, while asking the rest to make up the difference via impossibly inflated sales targets.