Back surgery is supposed to address chronic pain, but if your surgery didn’t work, you’re not alone. Find out why and what you can do now. Keep reading to learn more about life after failed back surgery.
Some people love the feel of a brisk winter workout, while others use the cold as an excuse to stay indoors and remain snuggly warm. No matter which opinion you favor, it’s possible that you have some misconceptions about exercising in the cold. Here, we answer some common questions, in order to dispel any myths, and give you the low down on working out in winter.
Whether you choose to get out in the cold, or stay in a climate controlled environment like the gym, exercise is extremely important to a well-balanced life, no matter the season. At our clinic, we work with our patients to help them live their best lives, and this means suggesting an exercise program that promotes overall wellness. To find out how we can help you find your path to optimal health, call for your free consultation today.
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