Back-Pain

Alleviating Pain with PRP Treatment

Pain can be more than inconvenient and unpleasant—it can be downright dreadful. But whether you have chronic neck or back pain, arthritic joints, an acute sports injury, or a lingering sprain or strain, conventional doctors are quick to whip out their prescription pads. Yet there are a host of…

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Chronic Pain Treatment the Pro Athletes Use

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, Terrell Owens, had a banner year in 2004, until he sustained a severe injury to his ankle and fibula that required surgery. Doctors estimated a recovery time of 16–18 weeks. However, Owens was able to play in Super Bowl XXXIX just six weeks later—thanks…

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Prolotherapy: Pain Relief That Lasts

If you’re not familiar with prolotherapy, the idea that injecting anything other than a painkiller or steroid into the problematic area could work for pain relief might seem counterintuitive. But when you start to look at what is causing the pain, it all begins to make sense. 4” x…

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Beware of Unnecessary Surgery

“Before You Let Them Cut You, Try Non-Surgical Therapies First” was the lead story in the first issue of my Health & Healing newsletter, and unnecessary surgery is a theme I have returned to again and again over the years—for good reason. As I stated in that opening article all…

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Say Goodbye to Sciatica

Sciatica isn’t actually a medical condition but a term used to describe symptoms of pain, numbness, tingling, and/or other sensations along the sciatic nerve. This nerve—the longest in the body—begins with nerve roots exiting the spinal cord in the lower back, runs down the hip,…

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