Category Archives: Back Pain 101

Click here for the basics of understanding root causes of back pain, preventative techniques, and general core health best practices.

Planks

The core of your body is your foundation and is what keeps you strong, flexible, and active. Planks help by strengthening the muscle groups of your core regions, thus boosting your overall body strength; especially you back muscles. The major muscle groups of your core include the: -Abdominus (Abs) -External Obliques (Next to the abs […]

Partial Crunches To Strengthen Your Lower Back

Partial crunches is a great exercise to strengthen your lower back and abdominal muscles. All you need to do is to lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Use a padded mat for a little more comfort. Put your hands behind your neck or off to the sides […]

Best Training Exercises to Reduce Back Pain.

Taking Care of your Back While You Train If you have a 9-5 job which involves any physically activity, there is no doubt you are going to experience exhaustion with a certain level of back pain and fatigue. Back pain can drive you nuts, since it makes it difficult to perform daily chores. Therefore, you […]

HOME OFFICE MODIFICATIONS TO HELP RELIEVE BACK PAIN

Most likely, you are reading this sitting down, and possibly in front of your desktop computer. Back pain is such a typical part of life, people may think it is almost normal. About four in five people will suffer from lower back pain at some point in their lives. Herniated discs, strained muscles, and bad […]

Dorsum Exospine Back Support Launch

The Launch – Blast Off! We ended 2019 with a successful Kickstarter launch! The exact launch day was on November 19th at 12:00 noon and successfully raised close to 50% of our goal that first day. The campaign closed 30 days later on December 19th at midnight where we doubled our goal amount. Thank you […]

Devolving Behind a Desk: Why Prolonged Sitting Kills Our Backs

Most likely, you are reading this sitting down, and possibly in front of your desktop computer. In August of 1981 IBM released the first Personal Computer (PC), the 5150. It paved the way for a revolution of modern life that made work and communication more efficient, and caused productivity, as well as professional expectations to […]