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Chronic Pain: Yoga, Acupuncture, And Tai Chi Effective In Pain Management, Study Finds

About 126 million Americans suffer from one kind of pain each year. Within this number, 40 million people experience severe chronic pain. Many American’s have found it difficult to obtain complete relief from prescribed drugs and have turned to more unconventional methods of pain relief including techniques like yoga, acupuncture, massage therapy, and tai chi. Americans spend over $ 14 ...

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New Study Shows Acute Lower Back Pain May Not Require Physical Therapy

Acute lower back pain is something that the majority of us will experience at one point or another. There are hundreds of reasons that people might experience back pain. A person could lift something a little too heavy, a fall could occur, or playing with the kids could go wrong. Those are simple and common reasons, but back pain could ...

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Patients Have Been ‘Waking Up’ During Surgery, Surprisingly Pain Isn’t The Worst Part Of The Experience

Surgeries can be a pretty nightmarish experience. The mere thought of being cut open and operated by a surgeon is enough for most people to cower in fear and seek alternative treatment methods. Now imagine “waking up” while a surgeon operates on you. Though it sounds horrific, the biggest-ever study of this phenomenon is shedding light on what such an ...

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Spray promises the end of stiletto foot pain

Biochemistry by Dr. Haworth The Heel No Pain/Style spray from Biochemistry by Dr. Haworth will go on sale online in early 2014. Imagine a world where wearing high heels doesn’t leave you with aching feet. A new numbing spray claims to relieve your stiletto-induced foot pain for up to three hours, which means you may be able to ditch your ...

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