Monthly Archives: March 2011

How to Choose the Right Chiropractor

Finding the right doctor of chiropractic to help you improve your health can be a daunting experience. Dr. Lavine offers some sample questions you can use in interviewing your potential chiropractor. Continue reading

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Understanding CranioSacral Therapy Part 1

Discover the secrets of Craniosacral Therapy – one of the gentlest forms of hand-on treatment used by chiropractors and other body work experts. Continue reading

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Harmful Gut Bacteria Contribute to Your Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain

Take advantage of the latest research that links altered gut bacteria to fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Continue reading

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Restless Leg Syndrome and What to Do About It

Restless leg syndrome can plague you with tight, painful, cramping legs when you’re trying to sleep at night. You can benefit from a few tips… Continue reading

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Five Steps to Take When Back Pain Strikes

When back pain strikes, you’ll know some simple steps to help you get out of pain quickly. Continue reading

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Restore Lean Muscle

Chronic pain and chronic illness drain your body of its strength. Not only do you feel weaker, you actually lose muscle bulk. And the longer the problem goes on, the more muscle mass you lose.

But wait, it gets worse… Continue reading

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Self-Care of the Low Back and a Pioneering New Zealand Physiotherapist

Discover some tips for taking care of your low back based on the work of Robin McKenzie, the pioneering New Zealand physiotherapist. Following his guidelines, it’s likely you can find a favorable position to release your low back and alleviate pain. Continue reading

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