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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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Help For Chronic Knee Pain

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Old sports injuries, general wear and tear, past accidents, do you attribute any of these to your chronic knee pain? You suffer and either have decided to live with it or are searching for solutions where knee replacement surgery is your final and reluctant option. Remember, you are not alone.  Many people like yourselves ...

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Say Goodbye To Your Knee Pain

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Let's live healthier and more active longer.  That alone has become the motto of our generations who may have reached our embracing years of our thirties and older.  Our ability to want to play full out is fabulous as long as we maintain and take care our health and our bodies along the way.  One ...

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Back Pain – Not This Spring!

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April showers bring May flowers, but what can May flowers bring?  That's right - possible back pain.  As springtime gets under way,  we head outside into the warm weather and begin the spring clean in our garden.  We are invigorated by the warmth and begin tackling the garden in Gung-ho style. Although gardening can provide ...

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Avoid Joint Replacement Surgery

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As we get older, we begin to find signs of age.  Our skin is not as firm. We are not as flexible. We slow down and actually acknowledge we are in pain.  But what happens when our joint pain begins to become so excruciating that we are limited in our day to day activities? Unfortunately many ...

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