Category: back pain

5 Tips to help you feel better faster Aug10th 2020

Addressing chronic back pain: 5 Tips to help you feel better faster

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 1 in 5 people have chronic pain. If you experience pain and discomfort on a daily basis, we encourage you to consult with a physical therapist who can work with you to address the symptoms and causes of your pain and help you gain better

Read Full Post

Find Out What Might Be Causing Them Jun22nd 2020

Aches and Pains in the Morning? Find Out What Might Be Causing Them.

A Troubleshooting Guide to Morning Aches and Pains Do you leap out of bed excited at the thought of experiencing another morning — or do you just lie there, afraid to move because of the pain you’re likely to feel? Aches and pains are never welcome, but they can really dash your spirits when they

Read Full Post

Chronic Back Pain Feb20th 2020

Are You Suffering from Chronic Back Pain? This Blog is for You.

Does your back hurt all the time? Can’t seem to get comfortable or engage in your normal activities? Be sure to give Blue Ridge Physical Therapy a call and schedule an appointment with one of our physical therapists. Our physical therapists can help lessen your pain or alleviate it entirely. What Is Chronic Back Pain?

Read Full Post

back pain relief johnson city tn Jan20th 2019

Suffering with Back Pain? Check Your Posture!

In one longitudinal study, back pain accounted for more than 3 percent of all emergency room visits between 2004 and 2008. It is also estimated that more than 25 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, many with a disability that prevents them from doing normal daily tasks like working and caring for themselves or others.

Read Full Post

lower-back-pain - Pain relief physical therapy Sep20th 2018

Tired of Lower Back Pain? Here’s What To Do:

Lower back pain is the nemesis of many. That familiar ache can limit time spent working, relaxing, and enjoying life. It can lead to irritability and a whole host of other health problems. And, yet, it’s surprisingly common. The World Health Organization estimates that in the United States, 149 million days of work are lost

Read Full Post