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NSAID’s for Acute Low Back Pain, Not Clinically Relevant?

Non-Steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) are one of the most commonly used over the counter medications to treat or manage pain. We often recommend taking an NSAID over a Tylenol for acute back pain as it has shown to be more

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Magnesium for Bone Density

When it comes to bone health we almost always talk about Vitamin D and Calcium. These are both very important for bone health there is no doubt but one mineral that is often overlooked is magnesium. If you have low

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Lumbar Epidural Injections, A concern for low bone density?

Lumbar epidural injections can be a significant help in managing severe lower back and leg pain. We routinely send out patients for consultation for these procedures when the condition warrants it. Like any other treatment, though, there are risks and

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Coconut Oil A Very Good Fat

In history and in many cultures, the coconut has had many uses including baskets, hydration, and even charcoal from its outer shell.  In our modern society we most commonly find the coconut in the form of coconut oil in the

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Healthy New Year!

If we haven’t seen you in a few years, this offer is good for you Too. Just call us to make your appointment and mention the Healthy New Year Flyer. This offer ends on January 31, 2021. Due to Federal

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Smartphones, A Hazzard to Our Health?

There is ample evidence smartphone use is having an impact on the health of young adults.

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COVID Positive? You Might Not Need To Quarantine.

This Lancet Study has Huge Implications This study was recently published in the Lancet. The Lancet is one of the oldest and best known medical journals in the world. The authors examined the research, to date, on viral load duration

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The Science Behind Keeping Schools Open. Part 2.

It is now mid November 2020. Our schools have been open, to some degree, since late mid August. As I mentioned, I believe the science says schools should be open, at this point. The question is, what does the data

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Osteoporosis, Underdiagnosed and Undertreated in Men

It is estimated that 54 million Americans have osteoporosis or osteopenia (low bone mineral density.) Additionally one in two women and up to one in four men, age 50 and older, will break a bone due to osteoporosis at some

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Posture May Contribute to Cervicogenic Headache.

A new study was published online, Nov. 2, this year in the journal Musculoskeletal Science and Practices. The authors are researchers with Cairo University and Dr. Deed Harrsion who is lead researcher and instructor with Chiropractic BioPhysics. CBP is what

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