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  • Saying No to Late Night Eating is the Heart of the Matter
    Below is a point by point of a study focused on the timing of meals and cardiovascular health. Very interesting and worth the change in habits.   Why Late-night meals 'increase the Read more
  • OHMMMMM -- YOGA FOR RECOVERY
    There is an increasing interest in yoga among my patients and the exercising public. “Will it help my neck and back pain?” , “Can I stay in shape with it? Read more
  • Best Pillow Mystery Solved
    It seems that most days a common question is “Which is the best pillow for me to use?” It is a challenge and we are used to seeing ads and hearing Read more
  • TIME TO ALTER VITAMIN DOSE ONCE AGAIN
    The winter to spring change in season brings many positives.  We see the grass as the snow melts, the days finally begin to warm and sun light starts to feel Read more
  • LUNGE FOR YOUR BACK PAIN
    You have low back pain; however, you are in good physical health and are willing to exercise.  You may have just ended a low back acute episode and now want Read more
  • SNOW SHOVEL SURVIVAL
    It looks like we are in for some snow.  Usually brings along strains of the body in various locations.  General body ache post shoveling.  Specific back, neck and shoulder pain Read more
  • TMJ (jaw) Disorders lead to Sleep Apnea
    TMJ Disorders Many people with TMJ disorders grind their teeth or experience stiffness and pain during the night. As a result, they may frequently wake up, struggle to fall asleep, or Read more
  • BULK UP YOUR IMMUNITY
    Sorry, but the cold season is in full swing. You’re spending time indoors, sharing space with everyone else’s germs. Fortunately, you’re not without options for cutting your risk. Washing your Read more
  • HONEY HELP ME
    Up until the 1940’s and the proliferation of antibiotics, honey was the treatment of choice.  It could be used on wounds and various skin conditions to limit infection and aide Read more
  • TMJ and Headache
    Temporomandibular joint disorder often causes pain that radiates from the jaw into the head and neck. Many people assume this pain is nothing more than a recurring tension headache, and they are surprised when it does not respond to the treatments that usually provide relief. The only way to treat a TMJ headache is by treating the actual cause of the problem, which means treating the TMJ. Read more
  • NEW YEAR RESOLUTION SUSTAINED
    It is now 2019!  Every year we all make a few “RESOLUTIONS” or GOALS for the year to come.  Usually, committed for 2 weeks, good for 2 weeks, not bad Read more
  • #STRESS#REDUCESTRESS
    YOU’VE GOT STRESS @ PAIN.COM And now a word or two on stress, an ever-so-timely topic in these high-tech days and the get-it-done-yesterday mentality that pervades them. I’ve begun to see Read more
  • Internal Humidity
    THE LACK OF HUMIDITY Dehydration is one of the primary causes of increased fatigue, muscle and joint pain and loss of strength and endurance. While these symptoms are frequently blamed on Read more
  • HOLIDAY EATING STRATEGY
    It is that time of year, Thanksgiving to New Year and the parties and festive meals begin to dominate your schedule.  The focus here is to give you a strategy to not allow Read more
  • Best Pillow Mystery Solved
    It seems that most days a common question is “Which is the best pillow for me to use?” It is a challenge and we are used to seeing ads and hearing Read more
  • Do Not Let Your Workout Become Stale at Seasonal Changes
    FALL INTO A NEW WORKOUT Autumn can be a great time to alter your workout and adjust for outdoor light and change of season.  It is best to alter your workout Read more

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