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Spine Health and Handbags

When it comes to purses, less can truly be more, and choosing the right one can eliminate unneeded back, shoulder and neck pain. Additionally, the way you carry a bag can make a difference. When you carry a heavy bag with a strap on only one shoulder, it can change the balance in your body [...]

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The Right Mattress for Back and Spine Health

Buying the right mattress can mean all the difference between good health and severe pain. Many people suffer countless nights, tossing and turning, only to wake up with back pain due to the wrong mattress. While some prefer their mattress soft and fluffy, others prefer them hard and firm. It really all depends on the [...]

How to Avoid Back Pain as a New Mother

Motherhood is a magical time in any woman’s life, but with all the joy and fulfillment it brings, there may be a fair share of back pain that comes along with it too. Having a newborn baby presents unfortunate opportunities to strain the back muscles and add pressure on the spine, even after the child [...]

Suffering from Pain? Make it Stop

Do you or someone you know suffer from extreme pain on a daily basis? Do over-the-counter pain relievers such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen fall short in providing relief? Have you turned to opioid-based painkillers just to get by? If so, there may be a safer, and relatively non-invasive option to help relieve some of your [...]

Handling Back Pain While Staying on Your Golf Game

Golfing has gained massive traction as one of America’s all-time favorite activities. Here in South Florida, we are especially at an advantage with our year-round tropical climate. Though over time, it is easy to develop sport-related injuries. Nearly 50% of golfers are affected by back pain. Of those 50%, men are more prone to suffer [...]

Medical Acupuncture for Spine Pain: Eastern Medicine meets Western Pain

Millions of Americans suffer from back pain, with an estimated 50% of all working Americans admitting to having back symptoms each year.  Back pain is the most common reason for missed work and the second most common reason for visits to the doctor’s office. It is estimated that in 2012, 50 billion American dollars were [...]