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  • Simple But Important Back Care Reminders

    Simple But Important Back Care Reminders

    Get back to the basics of spine health with these 6 simple tips: 1. Stay hydrated and practice good nutrition, 2. Sit comfortably, 3. Employ healthy body mechanics, 4. Strengthen your core, 5. Try a different back pain medication, 6. Take care of your mental health. Taking care of your back and overall health is a daily process. We hope these tips serve as reminders of the basics of back care.

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  • Exercises for Knee Arthritis

    Exercises for Knee Arthritis

    Arthritis affects millions of people around the world. Two of the most common types are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Both types often lead to knee pain. Exercising an arthritic knee may seem counterintuitive, but regular exercise can actually lessen — and even relieve — arthritis pain and other symptoms, such as stiffness and swelling.

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  • Top Celebrities Who’ve Had PRP Treatments

    Top Celebrities Who’ve Had PRP Treatments

    Our country wasn’t the first to adopt PRP. Kobe Bryant had to run to Germany to get his first PRP treatment. And his success and his raving about his success contributed heavily to PRP’s skyrocketing popularity now. In fact, he’s the one who told Alex Rodriguez to get his PRP. Bryant is indeed the first evangelist for PRP in the USA.

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  • Move More, Sleep Better and Longer

    Move More, Sleep Better and Longer

    One of the many health issues people with chronic pain may experience is insomnia. The ironic thing about insomnia and chronic pain is that together they create a vicious cycle. The more you hurt, the less you sleep, and the less you sleep the more you hurt. The good news is that 30 minutes of moderate walking may significantly improve your sleep quality.

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  • The 10 Best Foods to Eat If You Have Arthritis

    The 10 Best Foods to Eat If You Have Arthritis

    If you have arthritis, you know just how devastating this condition can be. Arthritis is a term for a class of diseases that cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints. It can affect people of all ages, genders and ethnic backgrounds. There are many different types of arthritis. Osteoarthritis is one type, which develops in joints with overuse. Another type is rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease in which your immune system attacks your joints

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  • Yoga for Spinal Health: Prevention

    Yoga for Spinal Health: Prevention

    One of the many benefits of a regular yoga routine is improved functional range of motion across the whole body. Greater flexibility and agility can prevent or reduce the likelihood of spine injuries and chronic pain. Many of us spend hours sitting at a desk or repeatedly lifting heavy objects as part of our workday, which can put excessive pressure and strain on the muscles surrounding the spinal column. Over time, this stress on the spine can increase the likelihood of intense compression or even herniation of vertebral discs.

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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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