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ProService For Sports Injuries

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Sports or exercise should be an essential step in maintaining your health. Exercise strengthens your heart, bones, joints and reduces stress, among many other benefits physically and psychologically. Unfortunately, injuries during our participation in athletic activities are all too common. Often, these injuries occur in those of us who are beginning a new ...

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The Generation of Degenerative Back Pain

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Next time you are out, look to the person on your left and right or better yet look at the group of people who are just a short distance from you. What you may notice is the rolled shoulders and head forward posture. No, it is not the cell phone they have in their ...

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Arthritis and Chronic Low Back Pain

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The American lifestyle over the last few decades has given rise to today's leading cause of infirmity. Unfortunately, lower back pain is so common that it affects almost 90% of adults. The majority also suffer from lumbar arthritis as a contributing factor to their lower back pain. Spinal arthritis is a degenerative process that develops ...

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Eric M. Is Now Pain Free!!!

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Help is Near for Chronic Low Back Pain

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Our lifestyles over the last thirty years have given way to a leading cause of debilitation. Unfortunately low back pain has become so extremely common that it is affecting sixty to ninety percent of the adult population. The vast majority also suffer from some degree of lumbar arthritis as a primary or contributing factor to ...

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