Posts Tagged ‘Sciatica Westchester NY’

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Suffering From Pinched Nerves?

Sciatica Westchester NY Pinched Nerve

Are you suffering from pinched nerves? It is possible for a “Pinched” nerve to happen anywhere in your spine; they can affect nerves that go to your arms, fingers, wrist, neck, back, shoulder, head, legs, muscles, and internal organs, and can affect your general health, posture, energy level, resistance to disease – even your emotional ...

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21st Century Neck Pain

Neck Pain Westchester NY Posture

We are in full swing of the 21st century with all its benefits but also alarming detriments. All correspondence is now primarily virtual. Interactions between humans, may it be business, casual acquaintances and worse, our more intimate partners has now become smart technology hands-free operations based. With so much time spent in our virtual ...

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A Summer Salute To Sciatica

Leg Pain Westchester NY Sciatica

The summer season is in full swing! As we are enjoying the warm weather, barbecues and the excitement of long awaited vacations, are you feeling red with anger, white with pain, and emotionally blue with being park-benched with low back and leg pain? If so, read on. What is Sciatic Nerve Pain? Your sciatic nerve is the longest ...

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Horrible Disc Hernia, Screaming Sciatica, or Brutal Back Pain

Westchester Herniated Disc Treatment

The vast majority of adults today have experienced some level of back pain during their life. Whether it was following strenuous activity or just lifting something awkwardly. Most often the pain will dissipate following a period of rest if it is purely a muscular type of pain. However, this is typically a far cry from ...

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