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Running and back pain

Running enthusiasts (but also occasional runners) have sooner or later come to terms with back pain, especially localised in the lower back. There are many reasons for this, which is why recognising the symptoms and identifying the triggering factors is crucial. Not only to find the right treatment, but also and above all to prevent it. All this, of course, …

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Spine 3d is on ‘Medicina 33’ (Rai News – Tg2)

Within this section of the site, we are concerned with providing you with useful information for your health. Those who have already moved through the pages of our blog will have noticed the informative, wellness-oriented intent of the articles we offer. This is because Spine 3d was created with an innovative principle that looks first and foremost at the patient’s …

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More on cervical pain

A few days ago we talked to you about cervical pain and tried to shed some light on the terminology, which is often unclear to non-physicians. Today we take up the subject again and take a closer look at what the symptoms of cervical pain are, whether and how it can be prevented, and then some hints on diagnosis and …

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Getting to know our bodies: the cervical spine

Cervical pain is common and we all suffer from it in one way or another sooner or later. Let us, however, understand a little about how our body works. That nagging pain that often reaches our eyes and generates nausea, where does it originate? Let’s take a little trip into the structure of our cervical spine. Perhaps reading this article …

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Neck pain: some useful information

Neck pain is a very common reason for a medical examination. Very often the pain results from problems in the musculoskeletal system, i.e. the spinal column. In some cases, the only consequence is some pain, but it is also possible to generate low back pain. Neck pain caused by meningitis, on the other hand, is very rare. And in any …

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Acute pain and chronic pain: do you know the difference?

Very often, especially on specialist pages, language is used that is not always easy to understand. Jargon (this is how the ‘special’ language of a profession is called) is often used unconsciously by those who know the subject very well (precisely because of work-related issues). But sometimes this creates a communication barrier, causing misunderstandings on the other side. Especially in …

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Smartphones: more and more back problems

How much time do kids spend with their eyes glued to a mobile phone or tablet? What does this mean for their backs? Normal worries for an apprehensive mother, but nowadays they are also echoed by specialists in the field, who are sounding the alarm for children’s health. Recent sources (ISTAT data) confirm that over 300,000 young people (up to …

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Children go back to school. How much does their backpack weigh?

September is the month of restarts. For everyday life, it is like a second month of January. And the most important event of this period is the return to school. All over the world millions of children, of young people, are ready to resume their studies. Loaded with enthusiasm, with expectations. But also laden with worries. Worries also about health. …

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Returning to the office and posture problems

Office work generates physical problems mainly related to posture, pains that emerge slowly, but which can become chronic and cause us quite a few problems. Many of us took a rest in August and now start working full-time again. Are we ready to spend hours and hours in the office, sitting in front of a computer, without returning home with …

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