• 06 JUL 18
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    IDENTIFYING YOUR TYPE OF LOWER BACK PAIN

    IDENTIFYING YOUR TYPE OF LOWER BACK PAIN

    There are three major categories of back pain.  This article, the first of three, can help identify lower back pain whose source is mechanical in origin. Lower back pain is one of the most common ailments for adults.  Identifying your  type of lower back pain is the key to choosing the “right” treatment approach for correction

    • 02 JUL 18
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    IS IT POSSIBLE TO OUTGROW MIGRAINE HEADACHES?

    IS IT POSSIBLE TO OUTGROW MIGRAINE HEADACHES?

    Research suggests that many migraine sufferers outgrow migraine headaches as they get older. In this article Jason Gruss, MD, FAAPM&R will review research outlining typical onset  and remission time frames.    By:  Jason Gruss, MD, FAAPM&R   For the estimated 28 million people in the United States who experience migraine headaches, there may be some comforting

    • 26 JUN 18
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    ACUPUNCTURE DURING PREGNANCY

    ACUPUNCTURE DURING PREGNANCY

    In this article author, researcher, educator and practitioner Yu Zhu, MD(China) outlines the benefits of acupuncture during each trimester of pregnancy.  By Dr. Yu Zhu   For most women, being pregnant is one of the most joyful times in life.  However, as excited as you are about your new baby, your body might not be

    • 15 JUN 18
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    LOWER BACK PAIN TREATMENT OPTIONS

    LOWER BACK PAIN TREATMENT OPTIONS

    There are a myriad of lower back pain treatment options. Failed back surgery is more common than one might think. And the more radical the surgical procedure the more risk of permanent disability. The focus of this article is to focus on the most conservative lower back pain treatment options first. by Joseph Musolino, DC

    • 11 JUN 18
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    HEADACHE PAIN:  Migraine Headache vs Cluster Headache

    HEADACHE PAIN:  Migraine Headache vs Cluster Headache

    This article outlines the common characteristics of a migraine headache vs cluster headache. Both are severe and both are debilitating. In an nutshell a migraine headache tends to last for hours to days without intermittent relief. A cluster headache tends to occur in short bursts and recurs a few times in the same day with

    • 28 MAY 18
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    ACUPUNCTURE  FOR ANXIETY GAINS GROWING SUPPORT FROM RESEARCH

    ACUPUNCTURE FOR ANXIETY GAINS GROWING SUPPORT FROM RESEARCH

      By:  Dr. Yu Zhu, LAc, MD (China)   Acupuncture for anxiety is gaining growing support from research.  It’s still early, as acupuncture has only recently garnered interest by medical scientists.  A paper published in the British Medical Journal entitled Acupuncture for anxiety and anxiety disorders – a systematic literature review concluded that “Positive findings are