Posts Tagged ‘Physical Medicine Oak Park IL’

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How Do You Spell Pain Relief?

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Carefully listen next time you are watching television, and a new drug is being advertised. The last 20 seconds after the sell is the long list of side effects. Wow! The effects are far worse than the condition they are treating. By comparison now, the simple over-the-counter pain relievers look virtually ...

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Your Health’s Circuit Board

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In our office, we strive to not only help you get well but to stay well.  The best way for us to achieve this is not only taking the actions to help you get well but by explaining the "how" and "why" of how our bodies work and what we can do to maintain the ...

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A Full Court Press Against Back Pain

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Back pain needs a good defense and offense just like a top-rated basketball team.  Whether we are high caliber athletes or weekend warriors, it's time to stop defending the backcourt and invest in the proper shoes to avoid future injuries. This way we can make the slam dunk of the season - without any lasting ...

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Holiday Stress Headaches Now?

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Enter any store and mall, and there are already signs of the upcoming seasonal holidays. However, this season's good cheer does not need to include tears, neck pain, shoulder pain, stress headaches, and a weakened immune system too. Let's face it the combination of the wrong food, too much alcohol, late nights, rushing ...

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Tips For Faster Injury Recovery

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Are you sitting or standing on the bench due to an injury? For most athletes and health enthusiasts, recovering from an injury can be a workout in itself. For a serious athlete, being told that you have to reduce or halt activity altogether to let a bone or muscle heal is equivalent to torture. ...

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