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Tips For Office Workers To Minimize Back Pain

Tips For Office Workers To Minimize Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common medical issues in the U.S. General back pain can come on slowly or over a duration of time. A person can feel anything from dull pain to severe sharp pains in their neck all the way down to their lower back. Back pain can also be...

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5 Tips To Help When Dealing With Back Pain

5 Tips To Help When Dealing With Back Pain

More than 31 million Americans deal with back pain. Back pain can stem from a variety of causes but is often the result of a pulled muscle, damaged disc, accident, or injury. Other causes may be lifting, turning wrong, bending incorrectly, or even sneezing. At Pain...

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Reduce Pain And Inflammation With Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

Reduce Pain And Inflammation With Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

Deep tissue laser therapy is scientifically proven to reduce pain and inflammation. With deep tissue laser therapy, recovery is faster and it can alleviate the need for surgery and unnecessary prescriptions associated with surgeries.  What Is Deep Tissue Laser Therapy...

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What You Need To Know About Failed Back Surgeries

What You Need To Know About Failed Back Surgeries

Lower back pain is one of the most common ailments that people see a doctor for. Though there are many non-surgical treatments available, about 500,000 Americans undergo surgery each year for lower back problems. Back surgery can...

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What Are The Benefits Of Chiropractic Care

What Are The Benefits Of Chiropractic Care

There are over 70 million adults who experience some form of chronic pain with lower back pain being the second most common reason people visit their doctor. Many people find chiropractic care to be a beneficial drug-free solution that provides pain management and/or...

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Daily Exercises To Alleviate Back And Shoulder Pain

Daily Exercises To Alleviate Back And Shoulder Pain

Lower back pain is one of the most common pains reported with 25% of U.S. adults reporting lower back pain just in the last three months. Shoulder pain affects around 18-26% of adults and is also one of the most common regional pain syndromes usually due to issues...

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