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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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Frozen Shoulder Hampering Your Golf Swing? Network Care Can Help

You might be an avid golfer or maybe you know someone who is. After all, living in Arizona, you can’t swing a prickly pear without hitting one. And, if you are or know someone who loves to golf, then you know that they are miserable when pain or something else gets in the way of […]

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What Does Pain in Part of Your Body Mean?

When it comes to your body, pain is an important warning signal that something is going on.  As we assist people with all sorts of different types of pain in our office from headaches, to fibromyalgia, migraines, upper back pain, neck pain, chronic lower back pain – you name it – we have seen some […]

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Pain in the Middle of the Back and Shoulder Blade Area

These areas of the body are some of the more common complaints we hear in our office.  Why is this and, more importantly, what can you do about them?  When patients of mine tell me they have “pain in middle of back” I always insist that they show me.  The reason for this is because […]

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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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