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A Simple Stretch to Ease Low Back Pain

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Athletes – and runners in particular — are particularly susceptible to low back pain. Herndon Triathlon Lawyer Doug Landau came across an easy exercise that helps to reset the body after the repetitive stresses it endures in training, running, or even just sitting for long periods of time.  It is called the Double-Leg Pelvic Tilt. 

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WHAT IS "DIFFUSE AXONAL INJURY" ?

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This important concept explains both short and long term neurologic deficits in patients whose trauma did not produce either contusions, hemorrhages or lacerations sufficient to account for the deficits. Frequently, the latter lesions are minimal but the deficit is severe. Sometimes, notes Herndon Reston brain injury lawyer Doug Landau, there is a minimal laceration (cut)

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When to see a Doctor for Low Back Pain

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The American College of Physicians (“ACP”) recommends that you see a doctor IF: 1. Pain runs down the leg below the knee 2. The leg, foot, groin or rectal area feels numb 3. Fever, nausea or vomiting, stomachache, weakness, or sweating occurs 4. Bowel or bladder control is lost 5. Pain was caused by an

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