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Scoliosis – What Does it Really Mean for Back Pain?

There’s an interesting connection between scoliosis and back pain – and it’s not what most people think. Watch the video on this article to find out more: http://lifeafterpain.com/info/back-pain/scoliosis-does-treatment-without-surgery-work/ Advertisements

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Not so Healthy Health Foods

Here’s a link to an interesting article on ‘health foods’ and why what’s thought of as healthy often isn’t. Once again, the old time tested advice of – eat real food, not too much, and pretty of fruit and veges … Continue reading

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It’s Not Just What You Eat…..

There’s another big factor that can make a huge difference to how you feel – especially if you have chronic pain and fatigue.  There some simple things you can do to improve your energy levels – and stop the dips … Continue reading

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The Science Behind a Diet to Reduce Chronic Pain

I think it’s important to understand how inflammation works. Eating a low inflammation diet can certainly help reduce chronic pain – and trigger points.  However, once you understand that science behind this, then you’ll be able to choose foods that … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving – the link between healing, suffering and gratitude

I originally sent this out to my readers on thanksgiving day – it seemed an appropriate time to spread this message.  I got so many amazing responses that I decided to share it on my site.  Here’s the link.

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Esther Gokhale – 8 Steps to a Pain Free Back

This interview is with best selling author Esther Gokhale. Esther has a unique view on posture as a product of our culture.  This makes a lot of sense if you look at how back pain has increased dramatically over the … Continue reading

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The No 1 Posture Mistake that Causes Trigger Points

Many people make some classic posture mistakes when they ‘stand up straight’ – and put too much tension in the wrong places. The thing is, posture isn’t just about standing straight. It’s how you move, how you sit, drive, do … Continue reading

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