Preventing Back Problems

Alexandra Turcios, Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center believes it is important for back health to start taking care at a young age. This includes healthy weight and doing exercises.

When the pain starts becoming worse and home care is not enough, it’s time to visit a doctor.

Resting, taking over-the-counter anti-inflammatories and putting iced packs in the lower back can help, but if they don’t, it’s important to see a physician.

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