One of the most difficult applications for a disability case is for back pain due to the fact that it can often be a subjective case. Back pain may be caused by a myriad of spinal conditions like degenerative discs, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, arachnoiditis, and spondylitis. The most common problems involving the nerves in the back are spinal stenosis, herniated disc, scoliosis, and nerve root compression. In other words, the back pain must be the result of some physical abnormality of the spine or the spinal canal. A back pain without a physical impairment is less likely to have the social security and disability benefit. So also the back pains caused by obvious injuries such as a muscle strain or a fracture, which usually have a tendency to heal within a couple of weeks or [… Read More]
Stretching is always helpful for the body. Yoga is a great way to calm your body, stretch your mucles. Even better, it’s accessible to people with disabilities. Yoga Helps All Disabilities The gentle stretching of yoga and its centered-breathing discipline can benefit people who may have arthritis, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease, or osteoporosis as well as those who have had a stroke. The “asanas,” or poses that make up a yoga practice can also help with balance and strength while helping you find a calming emotional space that helps not only with healing, but also with the day-to-day challenges of life.