Archive for the ‘Back Pain’ Category

North American Spine Continues to Expand

November 11th, 2015

There are a lot of things to consider when looking into getting spine help. North American Spine is going to be one of the few ones that will actually be able to give you certain services for your needs with their new procedures.

Doctor Sharma treats patients at the Red Rock Surgery Center. He is part of the North American Spine group, which can be found on Facebook, and does different kinds of services to help correct the spine and help people feel better on all levels. He offers pain management for those who are dealing with severe pain all the way to those that only have minimal pain in their back.

He has certifications in Anesthesiology as well as pain management and can help in both ways. He can help you feel better by giving you a pain killers in the form of medical relief as well as alternative methods that will make you feel better in the long run. You may not know what you are getting when you start, but he can make you feel like yourself again with his methods of healing.

Dr. Sharma started his education in India. He went for pain management after that in the United States as well as India. He also did his education for Pain Management in the US so he could handle both sides of the spectrum. He is well educated by all accounts and can help you to feel better as well as to have a great life. He can get you the pain management skills you need in order to not have to worry about going on a lot of medication unless you wat to keep treating it in that way.

North American Spine is a Dallas office that uses the AccuraScope Procedure that is not as invasive as many other ones you may find when looking at treatment for back pain. You can be sure this kind of treatment will have you back on your feet as soon as you get the procedure done.  Customers have been saying positive things about the company, and their Twitter remains a popular space for those looking into pain relief.

Office Work is a Real Pain in the Back

June 16th, 2015

The low back pain the majority of workers suffer from is not due to heavy lifting, but from sitting at a desk most of their 8 hour workday. The once-coveted office positions have turned into a literal pain in the back. Not only has the reported and treated cases of low back increased in recent years for office workers, but so has other diseases, such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Sitting at desk in front of a computer screen all day sounds like a dream job, but it is taking its the toll on overall health workers. The instances of back pain among workers is nothing new, employees used to be told by their employers to ‘put their back into it’, and now they are, just not as expected. Back pain didn’t used to occur for workers until around retirement age, now it’s a common compliant among workers under the age of 40. And it’s not just discomfort that can be fixed with a heating pad and a pain reliever, it’s debilitating back pain that is derailing promising careers.
Brad Reifler ( knows that the number of hours spent sitting down each day is the major contributing factor to the increased amount of back problems. Driving to and from work, sitting 8 hours at work, sitting in front of the TV after work and sitting around the house on the weekends has created a sedentary lifestyle which has weakened the core muscles of the body and created a pain in the back that’s difficult to cure.