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Is Your Bed a Pain in the Neck?

When you go to sleep at night, you are giving your muscles and joints a necessary opportunity to rest and recharge. But if you find that you are frequently sleeping in a bad or uncomfortable position, you could end up […]

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The Secret of the J-Shaped Spine

In a recent report that has been making the rounds on social media, acupuncturist Esther Gokhale claims to have made a significant discovery about the origins of back pain. In her mission to better understand why certain populations do not […]

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My Dad Had That, Too! What Family History Can Tell You About Back Pain

It’s not uncommon for patients who experience back problems or are diagnosed with a particular disease to realize it’s a diagnosis they have in common with an immediate relative. Though not much is known about a “back pain gene,” research […]

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What Your Brain Can Do for Your Back

One of the most important steps in learning to manage chronic back pain may be addressing your psychological response to chronic pain. According to new research from Dr. Toby Newton-John, an Australian Clinical Psychologist who specializes in chronic pain (and […]

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Minimum Pain, Excellent Care: John Wieler

After falling from a building onto concrete, 44-year-old John Wieler suffered from back and leg pain that grew progressively worse and severely limited his ability to live a normal life. “I wasn’t able to lift very much or exercise or […]

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