Daniel Marin, MD
Physiatrist & Pain Management Physician located in Miami, FL
At his practice, ProForm MD, Dr. Marin provides preventive care to help executives from Miami, Florida to protect and preserve their health and wellbeing. A key component of this service is customized back exercises to keep his patients active and pain-free.
Back Exercises Q & A
How Do Back Exercises Keep Me Healthy?
A strong and healthy back contributes to your overall health and wellbeing. Your back keeps you upright and mobile, and unfortunately, too many Americans suffer from debilitating back pain that prevents them from achieving their full potential. Dr. Marin works with his patients to build strength, flexibility, and an increased range of motion in their backs to support their total body health and wellbeing. His recommended exercises are tailored specifically to meet the needs of each individual patient and stem from a comprehensive assessment, which reveals areas of weakness that could pose a health risk if not addressed. Prevention is a key element of Dr. Marin’s philosophy of care. His convenient mobile service helps his patients to maintain and improve their performance. If you want to improve your posture, reduce back pain, or just take better control of your health and wellbeing, contact Dr. Marin at ProForm MD to set up an appointment that will take place in the convenience of your own office or home.
What Causes Back Pain?
Back pain is an all-too-common ailment in American adults, stemming from a variety of factors including injury such as auto accidents, lifting something heavy improperly, sports injuries, obesity, kidney stones, and more. Physical conditions causing knee or hip problems, arthritis, spinal stenosis, and spondylolisthesis and conditions affecting the spine or discs such as herniated discs, bulging discs, or nerve-related problems can also cause back pain. Determining the underlying cause of back pain requires special expertise in order to ensure the most effective and appropriate treatment is applied.
How is back pain diagnosed?
Dr. Marin diagnoses back pain with an examination, which includes a range of motion test, orthopedic tests, muscle tests, and neurological test. During the exam, passive movements may also be used to pinpoint pain sources, and patients may be asked to perform simple exercises as well. Dr. Marin offers diagnostic imaging services such as x-rays as part of his convenient mobile service.