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  • My shoulder hurts – Where is it coming from?

    There are many possible causes of pain in the shoulder, but the two main problems that create pain in this area is inflammation in the shoulder itself, or a nerve in the neck that refers pain to the shoulder. Diagnosing pain in the shoulder area may be difficult at times due to the fact that as we age there will be wear and tear in the shoulder joint without creating pain.

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  • Text Neck

    It’s not uncommon today to walk into a room and see the majority of people looking down at their phone. Surely that can’t be doing any good for the neck and spine! As mentioned in a Forbes article, a new study by Dr. Kenneth Hashraj, The Chief of Spine Surgery at the New York Spine Surgery and Rehabilitation Medicine, discusses the effects of prolonged phone use.

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  • Neck Pain Facts

    The majority of neck pain isn’t caused by serious conditions, such as fracture, cancer, or inflammatory arthritis.

    Fifty percent of all people over the age of fifty have disc herniations, arthritis, and narrowed areas, and have absolutely no pain!

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  • Tips for a Healthy Spine

    Start stretching: stretching will help maintain normal joint functions and will reduce the risk of injuries.

    Lift with your knees: you can easily damage your back if you try to lift something the wrong way. Always bend your knees and lift. One twist the wrong way can cause damage.

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  • Back Pain Facts

    Back pain affects 8/10 people at some point during their lives.

    Around ¼ of US adults experience low back pain for at least 1 whole day.

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