Spine pathologies

01-03-2020

Can I do exercise after a disc hernia operation?

A herniated disc can make both daily activities and sports difficult. Therefore, one of the main concerns of people who are considering having an operation to end the pain, is knowing whether they will be able to return to normal exercise later. At Instituto Clavel, specialists in spine surgery, we have confirmed that in a great majority of cases it is possible. Let us tell you about it!

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15-02-2020

Did you know that back pain accounts for 50% of employee sick leave?

Just like it says in the title: back pain is responsible for approximately half the cases of employee sick leave in Spain, especially among office workers. Let Instituto Clavel tell you why and offer some postural hygiene guidelines to prevent it from happening to you too.

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09-02-2020

Exercises for relief of back pain

Does your back hurt? If so, we recommend trying these exercises for relieving back pain, brought to you by Iria Rabell, our physiotherapist specialized in treating the spine. 

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01-02-2020

How does use of new technology affect our backs?

The use of devices like mobile phones can have a serious impact on the back. The Instituto Clavel, a center specialized in spinal pathologies, explains here how the use of technology affects us and what we can do to reduce its negative consequences.

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01-01-2020

The spinal column and its most common problems

The spine is a solid bone structure that supports the body and allows it to move. It also has the function of protecting the central nervous system. At Instituto Clavel we are experts in the spine and we want to tell you more about it: its structure, its functions and the most frequent problems it can have.

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15-12-2019

What is lumbar stenosis?

Lumbar spinal stenosis is a disease that causes pain or numbness in the legs. The Instituto Clavel medical team explains exactly what this condition consists of, its origin and possible treatments.  

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