Preventing Back Pain On Your Flight

shutterstock_177189644Travel season is upon us, and if you are traveling by plane, there are some key things to remember to help you arrive at your destination back–pain free.

First, monitor your posture when walking through the terminal, and use a carry on with wheels if at all possible. Read more…


How to Prevent Kiteboarding Back Pain

How to Prevent Kiteboarding Back Pain Has back pain got you coming off the water early or keeping you from kiting multiple days in a row? You can easily prevent back pain while kiteboarding by stretching and cross training.

Here are a few simple tips and guidelines to help your next session be pain free; they will likely boost your kiteboarding skills as well! Read more…


How You Can Eat to Beat Back Pain

How You Can Eat to Beat Back PainConsider eating an anti-inflammatory diet and taking calcium supplements to relieve back pain.

When it comes to inflammation, a known cause for back pain, it’s true that you are what you eat. Many foods have been shown to reduce inflammation, as well as to increase it. So when you have back pain, diet may help you avoid it. You just have to carefully choose your foods so you can reduce back pain and maintain good nutrition. Read more…


More Testimonials For Prairie Spine and Pain Institute

pspineAt Prairie Spine and Pain Institute, patient experience and happiness is just important as wellness, treatment, and recovery. As our slogan says, “Expert Spine Care… One Patient At A Time,” we strive each and every day to make each patient experience as positive and successful as possible.

Check out what some of our recent patients have had to say about our work. Read more…


The Work Athlete

shutterstock_148376810Have you ever been to a professional sporting event? Do you recall watching the athletes prior to the start of their event? What were they doing?

In every sport, the professional or amateur athlete has a warm up routine. These activities are designed to prepare the participant for their specific role or job on the team. It also helps prevent injury. So why should the average worker be any different? Read more…