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5 Quick Fixes for the Post-Lunch Slump

  Your day is going well… you’re working hard and rapidly knocking items off your to-do list one after the other when it hits you. It’s the dreaded afternoon slump. Almost like clockwork, you notice the brain fog rolling in and a nearly irresistible urge to crawl under your desk for a quick nap. Well fear those po … Read More

Filed Under: General Health
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Mid-Back Stretch to Fix the Office Chair Slouch

By Ryan Murdock and Adam Steer from www.shapeshifterbodyredesign.com You begin the day with the best of intentions. And then you get a stressful phone call that sets you off… You know what comes next. You hunker down to write that report. And the next thing you know you’re hunched over the keyboard like Quasimodo pining a … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain at Work, Video
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

6 Back Pain Treatments That FAIL… and Why

Back Pain Doctor

  When you have serious back pain what do you do? Do you seek the help of your medical doctor, physical therapist, or orthopedic specialist? Do you opt for a massage, acupuncture, or the services of a chiropractor? In each case, for both conventional and alternative medical approaches, you might get some … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Harvest of Pain: 5 Foods That Are Keeping You Stuck In Pain

  By Jenny Bruck, D.C. It happens every August. A patient comes in for their regular wellness adjustment and has a concern. The conversation usually goes like this: "Doc, I don’t know what’s going on. I haven’t hurt myself or pushed myself but I woke up this morning feeling achy all over. My knees, back and sh … Read More

Filed Under: Healthy Eating
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Muscular back pain

Muscular back pain is an extremely common condition. Up to 85% of US adults suffer from moderate to severe muscular back pain at some time in their lives. Many of these conditions are misunderstood because diagnosis of soft tissue pathologies is not a very accurate science. Back muscle strain is a condition in which one or … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

How can you treat osteoarthritis of the spine?

In osteoarthritis of the spine, also known as degenerative arthritis, the protective cartilage that protects the tops of your bones wears out because of daily wear and tear, aging, injury or misuse. As a result, your vertebrae start to rub together or press on a nearby spinal nerve. This can result in significant amounts of … Read More

Filed Under: Spine
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Neck Pain Pinched Nerve

One of the great things about our website is that we get to help hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world, whether it is offering solutions to their pain, or answering their questions. In this article, we will be addressing one common question that we get in the neck pain section of our website. That question … Read More

Filed Under: Neck Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Options For Back Injury Treatments

Back injuries can be uncomfortable, inconvenient and recovery can take a significant amount of time. One of the reasons that back injuries are difficult to treat is that an accurate diagnosis is made nearly impossible without a list of symptoms. As the patient it is your responsibility to properly document back pain symptoms … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Neck Pain and Dizziness

Have you ever felt dizzy before? You know the feeling, you get up too quickly from bed and stand up and what happens.... you feel like you need to sit back down again as your head becomes dizzy. Did you know that neck pain and dizziness often go hand in hand after a trauma or injury to the neck is experienced? Neck pain and … Read More

Filed Under: Neck Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Body Building Back Pain Part 5

“ Body Building Sins ” That Cause Back Pain and Missed Workouts : Part 5 by Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS Welcome to article number five in our 5-part series “Bodybuilding Sins That Cause Back Pain and Missed Workouts”. In this article we are going to cover some basic, yet powerful training principles that are often overlooked … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain Articles
Written By: Jesse Cannone,