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Yoga For Lower Back Pain

Yoga Poses for Low Back Pain

Most people attribute their pain to their neck or their low back, forgetting the important section of their spine in the middle, the thoracic spine. Got back pain? If you do, you are among the almost 80% of American people…

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Vestibular System

Do you ever hop out of bed in the morning and get the spins? Does turning your head or rolling over in bed cause you to feel off balance and being pulled in one direction? If so, you may be…

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Sacroiliac Joint Pain

Sacroiliac Joint Pain

SIJ pain presents itself as a sharp pain on one side of the tailbone. It is most commonly aggravated by activities that involve standing on one leg, such as walking, climbing the stairs, getting into/out of the car, and putting on shoes/pants.
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Biceps Tendonitis

Clinically, biceps tendonitis patients will be present with a rounded shoulder posture that will decrease the available space for the humeral head (upper arm bone) to move within the glenohumeral (shoulder) joint. This can create friction along the biceps tendon, which can be irritated by repetitive movements (throwing a baseball or performing an overhead press).
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