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28 Feb

5 Ways to ease back pain

You’ve probably had lower back pain. It affects more than 80% of people at some point. And it’s the most common cause of job-related disability in the U.S. While medicine can help, you may also find relief with these simple steps. 1. Find a Physical...

15 Feb

5 Back and Neck Stretches to Do Every Day

Here are five simple stretches to do throughout your day to help prevent and decrease neck and back pain. Please note that these stretches are for healthy people without existing back or neck conditions. They should not cause any pain when done correctly. Always consult...

27 Dec

Tips to Eliminate Falls and Improve Balance

The key to maintaining balance lies with three major sensory contributors. Vision provides you with a sense of where you are in relation to your environment and gives you clues that keep you from tripping over obstacles.  Nerve receptors in the fluid-filled semicircular canals of...

20 Dec

3 Top Weight Loss Tips

1. Cut back on refined carbs One way to lose weight quickly is to cut back on sugars and starches, or carbohydrates. This could be with a low carb diet or by reducing refined carbs and replacing them with whole grains.   When you do...

15 Dec

4 Stages of a Migraine

The Migraine is a neurological disease that affects 39 million people in the U.S. Migraines, which often begin in childhood, adolescence or early adulthood, can progress through four stages: prodrome, aura, attack and post-drome. Not everyone who has migraines goes through all stages.   Learn...

6 Dec

9 ways you can develop lower back pain

Most acute low back pain is mechanical in nature, meaning that there is a disruption in the way the components of the back (the spine, muscle, intervertebral discs, and nerves) fit together and move. Some examples of mechanical causes of low back pain include:  ...

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