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Spinal Decompression And Back Pain

Sunday, October 25th, 2015:

If you’re suffering from chronic back pain, you could resort to spinal decompression therapy. It may be either a surgical or nonsurgical treatment, and bottom line, its goal is to help eliminate the pain that you’re dealing with. And for today’s blog post, I will focus on nonsurgical spinal decompression. More specifically, spinal decompression exercises.

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Treating Your Muscle Imbalance

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013:

Ask a number of people what they think a muscle imbalance is, and you’ll probably get a bunch of varied responses. Some may even think of it as having a lopsided physique, with bigger biceps, triceps and chest muscles on the right-side of the body versus the left-side. Anyways, that explanation of a muscle imbalance

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Find Pain Relief Through Inversion Therapy

Thursday, May 16th, 2013:

This so-called 2,000 year old therapy has been known to provide individuals with relief from back pain, neck pain and sciatic pain. Inversion therapy involves being upside down or at an inverted angle with the primary focus of stretching you out. Try to imagine doing a handstand or handing from a monkey bar. Okay, but

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What Are Muscle Spasms?

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013:

If you experience muscle spasms, then in most cases, you probably are feeling it in the area of your lower back. Unlike lower back pain, lower back muscle spasms are involuntary tightening of back muscles, and they are painful. In general, back spasms occur occasionally, however, some people experience chronic back spasms. Muscles have this

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Weight Loss Products from The Healthy Back Institute

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012:

Weight loss products have now been included on The Healthy Back Institute page.  You may be wondering why, right?  Well for one thing, overweight or obese people are much more prone to experience muscle strain, neck, joint or back pain as compared to those who are not overweight or obese. An article on the site

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