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How Do the Nerves of Your Lower Neck Relate with Body Organs

You may think of physical pain as the only effect of interference on your spinal nerves. The truth is, there are many ways that your body can express dysfunction as the nerves are interfered with. Just as an example, we’re going to cover what may happen when there are subluxations (spinal interference) in the lower […]

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Muscle Spasms or Trigger Points, Which Is It?

Whether you are experiencing muscle spasms or more local trigger points doesn’t really matter, both of them are a pain.  The reason why it is important to know about these muscular conditions is that they may be mistaken for other issues and other symptoms may mimic these. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, […]

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Why Is It Important to Stay Hydrated on the Golf Course?

Like with all sports, it is very important to stay well hydrated.  This is in large part a great part of superior performance.  Without getting into the nitty-gritty of the physiology and biochemistry of this principle, a little background won’t hurt. Since our bodies are made of water, in large part, having it replenished is […]

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Common Back Pain Injuries In Golfers

If you golf or know someone who does, then we’ve got some great news for you.  Most golf injuries can be handled quite effectively with conservative care.  It is very rare that more radical procedures are needed.  This is in part because of what we know today that was not well understood in the past.  […]

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What Causes Upper Back Pain?

There are a variety of reasons for upper back pain. In terms of location, we’ll be referring to the thoracic spine, from the area just below the tips of your shoulder blades to the lower portion of where your neck meets your upper back area. In this anatomical area, there are essentially five physical structures […]

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