Are You Suffering From DDD?

Jul 14, 2020 8:51:48 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Symptoms, Digestive & Nutrition

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If you've tried every remedy and can't find the cause of your back pain, you may have DDD. What is DDD? It's a diagnosis that I created called Degenerative Dietary Disease, and it's the most overlooked cause of back pain.

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The Repeatable Patterns That Cause Back Pain

Jun 30, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Digestive & Nutrition, Emotional & Stress

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The 4 Most Significant Back Pain Studies in the Last 30 Years

Jun 16, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Assessments, Symptoms

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In my previous posts, I discussed that when I work to fix back pain and correct a patient’s posture, I focus on a patient’s structural, emotional, and digestive issues to get to the root cause. After decades of practicing, I know what to do/not do to help my patients. Below, I have listed what I believe are the most significant back pain studies that have informed my treatment process.

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3 Overlooked Places That Cause Back Pain

Jun 2, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Symptoms, Exercise and Tips

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Both patients and doctors might assume the source of your pain is where your back hurts. For example, if you are suffering from lower back pain, you and your doctor might think the pain is coming from your lower back. However, there are many overlooked causes of back pain, and I am here to show you how to fix these!

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Best Sleeping Positions To Eliminate Back Pain

May 19, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Exercise and Tips

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As discussed in my previous posts, structural, emotional, and digestive/nutritional causes can lead to back pain.  Getting to the root cause of your back pain is critical to eliminating it. Have you ever considered that your sleeping position may be contributing to that pain in your back or neck?   Certain sleep positions can place unnecessary pressure on the neck, hips, and back, which results in not only stiffness but also back pain. To alleviate the pain and stay limber, your morning routine should include regular stretches, including the Backbridge Extension, and you should utilize proper sleep position.

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Tips For Fixing Tech Neck and Back Pain

May 5, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Symptoms, Posture and Flexibility, Exercise and Tips

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Tech/Text Neck

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Exercises To Balance Your Core And Reduce Back Pain

Apr 21, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Exercise and Tips, Core & Abs

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Are you doing too many sit-ups?  Do you sit most of the day? I discussed core imbalance in “Balance Your Core And Reduce Back Pain.”  Core imbalance is the condition of excessive compression, which results in the spine curving forward and often leads to back pain.  

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How To Relieve Back Pain During Pregnancy

Apr 7, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Exercise and Tips

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Why Do Pregnant Women Have Back Pain?

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Balance Your Core And Reduce Back Pain

Mar 24, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Causes of Back Pain, Assessments, Posture and Flexibility, Exercise and Tips, Core & Abs

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Core imbalance wreaks havoc on people of all shapes, sizes, and occupations.  The following is a synopsis of two of my patients, who had very different lifestyles:

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Are Your Emotions Causing Your Back Pain

Mar 10, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by Dr. Todd Sinett posted in Assessments, Symptoms, Exercise and Tips, Emotional & Stress

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Patients come into my office often complaining of neck and/or back pain, and many are certain there is some structural cause.  When patients take my structural, digestive, and emotional assessments, they frequently find there is no structural cause, but rather, the pain is caused by stress.   Stress causes muscles to tighten, which can cause serious back and neck pain and also can lead to poor posture.

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