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Are you tired of feeling tired, stressed, discouraged, even sick? Most people feel overwhelmed with contradicting information regarding health. We created this site with the intention of creating a place where people can come get factual, unbiased health information.

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Recent Articles

Spinal Stenosis - What It Is and How to Treat It

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spine cord. It can also be a narrowing of the area where the nerve branches exit the spinal column, thus causing lower back pain or pain that radiates down the legs. Read more

Exercise for Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis is a condition that typically affects people later on in life with symptoms showing up in individuals 40 years of age and older. What happens is that when we age, the spinal canal naturally becomes more narrow which in turn can put pressure on the spinal cord and pinch the nerves. Read more

Spinal Stenosis Surgery

Spinal stenosis is a condition that can be very uncomfortable and very worrying. Fortunately with advances in modern day surgery, Spinal Stenosis is easily treatable, and can require little rehabilitation time in the hospital. Read more

Are You Suffering a Mixed Pain Syndrome?

Despite advances in medical technology and breakthrough self-help programs for pain, people are still suffering. Here at The Healthy Back Institute we pride ourselves on being in the know, at the very core of the back pain issue. Read more

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