Spinal Decompression Could Relieve Discomfort From Spinal Stenosis

Relieving Discomfort From Spinal Stenosis As people age, there is a possibility that they develop a condition known as spinal stenosis when the discs dry up and shrink.  Simultaneously, the ligaments and bones swell up due to arthritis and can cause a ton of pain.  This narrowing of t
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Do you suffer from sitting disease? Frequent breaks and standing are key

Do you eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly but sit long hours each day at work? If so, you could be undoing all your good work. Sitting, even if you otherwise practice healthy habits, is associated with poor cardiovascular health, higher inflammation, and more belly fat, accordi
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Poor sleep habits raise the risk of dementia

An imbalanced sleep/wake cycle, or circadian rhythm, increases your risk of dementia later in life.
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Overtraining: Too much of a good thing

Studies show overtraining can imbalance health. Sufficient recovery between exercise sessions and exercising at an appropriate intensity will get you fitter faster without compromising health.
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Common among Car Accident Victims – U.S. Politics Today – News Media Monitoring

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a common finding after car accidents.  I routinely treat these types of injuries and find that patients usually report varying degrees of fear/stress when riding in a car after the accident.  In some cases PTSD can be so severe that people will
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Research-Chiropractic Saves Federal and Private Insurers $15,897,840,000 and Adds $692,160,000 in Wages

Chiropractic Saves Federal and Private Insurers $15,897,840,000 and Adds $692,160,000 in Wages to Americans http://www.uschirodirectory.com/index.ph… Us Chiropractic Directory – Research Based Chiropractic – Leading source for doctors and thier credentials. Research-
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Great Research: Reverse Neck Curve, Disc Degeneration & Spinal Cord Ischemia

This is a great article reviewing research that highlights the importance of having a normal curve in your neck, and the consequences if you don’t.  The article is more appropriate for physicians and those familiar with spinal anatomy and biomechanics. Cervical Spine Kyphosis: D
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