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5 Tips for Exercising with Scoliosis

by admin on March 15, 2018

If you are living with scoliosis, exercise is a fantastic way to strengthen your muscles and ease the pain that comes with a curved spine. Not every exercise is great for your scoliosis, and you must be careful about the kind of workout you do. These five tips will help you keep a fit, healthy […]

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Can Statins Cause Neck Pain?

by LMatthews on February 26, 2017

Millions of people worldwide take statins in an attempt to lower their cholesterol levels and reduce their risk of heart attack. The sad irony is that by blocking endogenous cholesterol production, which is how statin drugs work, these medications also block production of coenzyme Q10, a nutrient needed for the production of energy, especially in [...]

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Concussion and Cervicalgia Headaches

by LMatthews on March 4, 2015

More than 1.7 million people in the US are affected annually by concussion, also known as mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), and often concussion and cervicalgia headaches go hand in hand. Around 15% of people with concussion have symptoms that persist for three months or more, and sometimes patients don’t realize that neck and head [...]

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Concussion and Cervicalgia Headaches

by LMatthews on March 4, 2015

More than 1.7 million people in the US are affected annually by concussion, also known as mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), and often concussion and cervicalgia headaches go hand in hand. Around 15% of people with concussion have symptoms that persist for three months or more, and sometimes patients don’t realize that neck and head [...]

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Infection after cervical spinal surgery is just one possible complication of surgery to treat neck pain. Finding ways to reduce the risk of infection is important, especially as this complication can lead to failed back surgery syndrome, serious scarring, ongoing and worsening neck pain, and even paralysis or death, depending on how serious the infection [...]

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Fibromyalgia patients may be used to having people tell them that their condition is all in their head, but new research offers more weight to the theory that people with this condition have a unique response to pain due to altered brain function. The research, published in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatology, involved 35 patients [...]

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Occipital Neuralgia – What is it?

by LMatthews on February 15, 2015

Head and neck pain could be caused by occipital neuralgia, a non-fatal condition that involves nerve irritation or injury from a variety of causes. The prefix ‘neuro’ means nerve and ‘algia’ means pain, while ‘occipital’ describes a region of the head running from the spinal column in the neck up to the scalp at the [...]

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TMJ, Ear and Neck Pain

by LMatthews on February 9, 2015

Neck pain may occur in isolation, but often neck pain, ear pain and jaw pain co-exist, leading to pain when eating, speaking, moving the head, and even when lying down to sleep. Sometimes, this triad is a result of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), where the jaw joint and related bones, ligaments, and cartilage are typically [...]

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Top 10 Chiropractors in the World

by LMatthews on January 22, 2015

As patients and potential patients we are pretty spoilt these days in terms of access to information about our health care professionals. Before we even step into the office of a family physician, orthopedic surgeon, or chiropractor, we can search online for details of their educational history, disciplinary hearings, board certification, and even reviews by [...]

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