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Fibromyalgia: The Challenges of Diagnosis!

The NEW Clinical Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Back Pain

In this months issue we are going to detail the most recent, comprehensive, and authoritative Clinical Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Back Pain. These guidelines were published in the October 2007 issue of the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. An extensive panel of remarkably qualified experts constructed these clinical practice guidelines. These […]

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Joint Motion’s Influence On Tissue Response, Infection, Inflammation, Trauma & Healing

And The Potential Pitfalls Of Clinical Joint Immobilization Back in 1984, orthopedic surgeon Sir James Cyriax, MD, reviewed The Concept Of Motion in his Textbook of Orthopaedic Medicine, Diagnosis of Soft Tissue Lesions (1). In this text, Dr. Cyriax carefully noted that harmful infections create tissue destruction, resulting in inflammation. A current prevailing concept in […]

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Headaches and High Blood Pressure: A New Link?

Headaches are one of the common health complaints for which people seek out treatment from a healthcare provider. High blood pressure is also very common, affecting about 50 million Americans. Could the two be linked? Yes, but not in the way you may think. While some doctors question whether taking pain pills actually corrects the […]

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Fibromyalgia and Exercise: The Jury Is In!

Fibromyalgia is a frustrating disease for many patients and physicians since drug treatments seem to provide little benefit. As studies accumulate, hopefully this translates into better treatments for patients. One treatment that has been studied extensively is supervised aerobic exercise and strength training. In 2007, the prestigious scientific review group called Cochrane (Cochrane Database Syst […]

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Carpal Tunnel and the Magic Bullet

Patients with severe carpal tunnel symptoms often become desperate in their search for a cure. Most patients with chronic diseases fall prey to this—looking for the one answer, the one magic pill or magic bullet that will rid them of all their troubles now and forever. In carpal tunnel care, you may have looked for […]

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Automobile Insurance and Accident Coverage

Americans are addicted to their automobiles. Nowhere else in the world do privately owned cars enjoy such an integrated connection to our everyday lives. Because we spend so many hours driving and in traffic, there’s a high possibility that one day an unfortunate accident will occur. Even if you are the best and safest driver, […]

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