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20 April 2018
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Don’t Ignore Your Lingering Knee Pain

20 April 2018, Comments: 0

Though knee pain is commonly associated with the aging process, the truth is that knee damage can occur in younger adults as well. It may be tempting to ignore joint pain if it has not yet significantly restricted movement or activity, but early intervention is the most efficient way to prevent serious and debilitating joint trauma in the future. Surgery […]


10 April 2018
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The 3 Biggest Risks Involved in Back Surgery

10 April 2018, Comments: 0

Surgery saves lives every single day, but it should never be used as the only medical response to a health problem. The truth is that surgery often presents more risks than benefits when used for joint and spine issues. Non-invasive treatment options do exist that are safer and even more effective than surgery, especially in the light of the following […]


20 March 2018
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The Best Route to Cartilage Regeneration

20 March 2018, Comments: 0

If you can move, jump, and bend without pain in your joints, then your body still possesses healthy cartilage that is serving its purpose as smooth, rubbery connective tissue to cushion your joints. However, since you are reading this, you are likely experiencing joint pain that is limiting your range of motion and causing chronic discomfort. Cartilage is easily lost […]


16 March 2018
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Top 5 Questions to Ask During a Stem Cell Seminar

16 March 2018, Comments: 0

They are all over the place. In newspapers, over the radio, all over the internet, you can now see all kinds of offers for free seminars trying to sign you up as a patient for a stem cell procedure. So many of them, it can be quite confusing and intimidating. Who to trust? The popularity of stem cell procedures, especially […]


10 March 2018
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Natural Ways to Prevent Lower Back Pain

10 March 2018, Comments: 0

The lower back, also known as the lumbar spine, is engineered to function as an impressive and intertwined collection of bones, joints, nerves, ligaments, and muscles. They work in synchrony to sustain strength and flexibility in the low back area. Unfortunately, the complex nature of the lower back come with the significant downside of making the lumbar spine more susceptible […]


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