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Back Pain And The State Of The Art Medicine

With the advent of functional MRI (fMRI), research study of the human brain has advanced considerably and we are beginning to understand more about how our perceptions shape our healing process. It turns out that our perception of pain—not just the physical experience of pain,

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Tips for Fall Prevention

Each year almost one-third of all people who are 65 years and older experience a fall, and three out of four of these falls occur indoors. As such, it is important to identify the major hazards in the home and find ways to “fall proof”

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Your Smart Phone Could Be Rapidly Aging Your Spine

Chances are that you probably haven’t given much thought to how your neck and back are faring in the era of the smart phone, but studies show that you certainly should. It’s practically a reflex these days to pull out our smart phones when we’re

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Bringing the Ankle to Heal

Ankle sprain is an incredibly common injury that most people allow to heal on its own.  In over 800,000 patients who reported for assessment of lateral ankle sprain, only 11% had rehabilitation codes associated with them (2016). So is ankle sprain a cause for concern?

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Muscle Soreness Among Runners

What is muscle soreness and why do we even get it??  1. Everyone has experienced muscle soreness at one point in their lives. For runners, it usually happens one or two days after a longer-than-usual run and can be described as achiness, pain, or muscle tenderness felt

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Keys To Better Running Form

1. POSTURE The same posture that is taught in everyday life is the same posture used for running.  When you are told to sit up straight, you should straighten up your spine, engage your core muscles. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and keep your head

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