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Exercise, maintain a healthy weight, quit smoking and practice proper lifting techniques to avoid back pain. See your doctor if you experience back pain that lasts for more than a few days. Resource includes information on back pain causes, tests, and treatments.
muscle ache, flexibility, fall, heavy lifting, muscle strain, ligament strain, bulging disk, ruptured disk, arthritis, osteoporosis, improper lifting, muscle relaxant, physical therapy, chiropractic, massage , yoga, acupuncture
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Rated on: 11/20/2015 12:03:44 PM
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