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  • Yoga for Back Pain

    Yoga for Back Pain

    Yoga is a combination of physical exercises, breathing exercises, and meditation. It may appeal to people as a way to stay fit and relax, but it also has practical applications for treating chronic back pain and neck pain from a herniated disc, arthritis and other conditions, as shown by several studies.

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  • Take Control of Your Low Back Pain

    Take Control of Your Low Back Pain

    Unlike some health conditions that need to be resolved as soon as possible, such as a broken bone, some forms of low back pain actually don't need to be fixed. Low back pain usually just needs to be managed through a combination of pain management techniques. One of the most common forms of low back pain is called mechanical back pain, which is often associated with degenerative disc disease. Of course, anything called degenerative disc disease does sound awful, but the symptoms of the disease do not necessarily always progress.

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  • Neck Exercises for Neck Pain

    Neck Exercises for Neck Pain

    Neck exercises are a common part of almost any treatment plan for neck pain. A typical neck exercise program will consist of a combination of stretching and strengthening exercises, aerobic conditioning, and possibly trigger point exercises. This article focuses on neck exercises to relieve neck pain caused by posture problems, as well as the necessary precautions to take before starting such an exercise program.

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  • 4 Easy Stretches for a Stiff Neck

    4 Easy Stretches for a Stiff Neck

    Even though a stiff neck is typically caused by a relatively minor injury, such as a muscle strain or ligament sprain, the painful flare-ups can be quite sharp or burning. It is good to minimize painful movements and give a stiff neck some rest, but it is also important to keep the neck moving to avoid further stiffening or muscle deconditioning.

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  • Pain Management: Alternative Therapy

    Pain Management: Alternative Therapy

    The term ''alternative therapy'' generally is used to describe any medical treatment or intervention that is used in place of conventional medicine. When alternative therapies are used in conjunction with conventional medicine, it is called complementary medicine. Alternative therapy encompasses a variety of disciplines, including acupuncture, guided imagery, chiropractic treatment, yoga, hypnosis, biofeedback, aromatherapy, relaxation, herbal remedies, massage, and many others.

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  • Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy Vs. Stem Cell Therapy

    Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy Vs. Stem Cell Therapy

    The human body is an amazing machine that has the capability to heal itself. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapies are two exciting regenerative medical treatments that are changing the face of medicine. But while there are many similarities between PRP and stem cell therapies, there are a number of differences, too. Read on to learn about these two treatments that are changing how we heal.

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  • Can Being More Knowledgeable Help Reduce Back Pain?

    Can Being More Knowledgeable Help Reduce Back Pain?

    There is a process of healing. We are finding out more and more about this process with each study into information and health outcomes. What we are finding out is: when people are given information about their health problem in a way they can understand it, they are able to make more informed decisions about their treatment options and have a better chance of healing.

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  • Tips for a Healthy Back

    Tips for a Healthy Back

    There are many things you can do to help your back that your doctor may or may not have mentioned to you. We realize that you have probably already educated yourself about the basics of back care, but the following points in particular bear repeating.

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  • 10 Foods That Fight Pain

    10 Foods That Fight Pain

    Ginger - A staple of traditional medicine, this pungent root is probably best known for its anti-nausea, stomach-soothing properties. But ginger can also fight pain, including aching joints from arthritis as well as menstrual cramps. One study found ginger capsules worked as well as over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen at relieving period pain.

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  • Is Acupuncture the Miracle Remedy for Everything?

    Is Acupuncture the Miracle Remedy for Everything?

    Acupuncture sounds scary, but there’s proof it could help — a lot. If you’re new to holistic healing as a type of treatment, acupuncture can seem a bit terrifying. How could pressing needles into your skin possibly make you feel better? Doesn't that hurt? Well, no, it’s definitely not the overtly painful procedure you may be imagining, and considering that it’s been studied and practiced for over 2,500 years, it seems acupuncture enthusiasts could seriously be onto something. Some people swear by acupuncture, citing it as a “miracle” to improving their quality of life because it’s said to be able to treat everything from depression and allergies to morning sickness and cramps.

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