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November 18, 2014
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Thanksgiving With a Herniated Disc

Thanksgiving is for many people, the official holiday season opener. In fact, pumpkins, mums, Christmas wreaths, Hanukah Menorahs, and turkey decorations are popping up all over! Turkey time doesn’t have to be ruined when you’re battling back pain. Your treatment […]

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November 13, 2014
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Romo Back-to-Back Pain Treatment

Anyone who is a Tony Romo fan, along with the entire Dallas Cowboys organization, certainly had cause to hold their collective breath last week, when the quarterback suffered a back injury. It wasn’t too long since he underwent spine surgery […]

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November 13, 2014
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Southwest Airlines Eases Journey to AccuraScope

Of course– arranging to undergo elective surgery for your chronic back pain isn’t an easy project to accomplish! You might have decided by now that the AccuraScope procedure is the right one to treat your spine condition, and you may […]

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November 4, 2014
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New Career and Sciatica Advice

Your son or daughter just graduated college and beat out all the fierce competition to win the unfathomable: a job that pays actual money (not school credit, game badges or bitcoin!) She snagged that great job in that glass and […]

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November 4, 2014
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Chronic Back Pain and Nasty Weather: Myth?

Before you quit your job, sell your home and move to Phoenix or Miami for the sake of your chronic back pain, hold on to the resignation letter! People battling back pain from conditions like degenerative disc disease and spinal […]

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October 30, 2014
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World Spine Day and Degenerative Disc Disease

Almost everything has it’s own ‘Awareness Day’ or holiday nowadays, it seems. So it should come as no surprise that the spine has been awarded its own day for raising awareness and recognition. Did you know that World Spine Day […]

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October 30, 2014
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5 Spooky Halloween Tips for Sciatica

When they were little, you could get away with trick-or-treating on your block before packing it in and heading home for the night. Now that they’re older, and your occasional low back pain has morphed into chronic back pain and […]

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October 16, 2014
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Sciatica Soother During Pregnancy

Sciatica is a common nasty side effect for some pregnant women, but fortunately it is also usually a temporary condition that accompanies the pregnancy. Back pain treatment during this time is especially challenging since pain medication could pose a risk […]

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October 16, 2014
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Pumpkin Patches and Chronic Back Pain

There’s nothing that says ‘fall fun’ better than a day at the pumpkin patch and apple orchard. Unless of course you’ve got chronic back pain or sciatica, in which case all you can think about are the many ways you […]

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October 7, 2014
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State Fair Fun Sciatica Free

Are you still running around in summer flip-flops and t-shirts? It’s already fall fair season and hearty foods are tempting us. The kids, grandkids and your spouse are fired up to visit the local fair. But with your chronic back […]

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