Spinal Pains

260.pic.1Sadly, millions of Australians experience spinal pain at any given time.

The spine is a complicated structure of bones, joints, ligaments and muscles. You can sprain ligaments, strain muscles, rupture discs, and irritate joints, all of which can lead to varying forms of spinal pains.

While sports injuries or accidents can cause spinal pain, sometimes the simplest of movements – for example, picking up a pencil from the floor – can have painful results.

In addition, arthritis, poor posture, obesity, and psychological stress can cause or complicate back pain.

Spinal pains can also directly result from disease of the internal organs, such as kidney stones, kidney infections, blood clots, or bone loss.

So there is much to consider….



Tips for a Better Spine

The way you perform your daily activities will have a major impact on the health of your spine. Here are some rules to live by to help reduce back and neck trouble.

The key to decreasing stress on the spine is to have good health habits. Follow this easy guide to learn how simple steps can improve your spinal health.

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How to Garden Pain-Free

Gardening isn’t exactly an extreme sport, but while you are bending,
reaching and digging in the garden, being reckless or trying to do too
much could result in back pain and injury.

Warming up and cooling down is just as important for gardening activities as it is for sports. Here are some tips for how you can be a weekend gardening warrior safely and pain-free.

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What Foods Drive Your Pain?

Find out what foods that your body is reacting negatively –
no guessing – just facts! Learn which foods to moderate or avoid and see a dramatic improvement in your health immediately.

This is perhaps one of the most important tests that
you can ever
have done. An IgG Food Allergy Blood Test will provide a nutritional road map that you can use take control of your health.

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Five Easy Exercises to Reduce Your Neck and Shoulder Pain

A recent Danish study has shown that completing five basic exercises a few times a week can reduce neck and shoulder pain.

These results confirm the amazing, therapeutic benefits of exercise. Not only can exercise and strength training reduce pain and inflammation; it can also enhance the body’s ability to heal itself. For anyone who experiences back, neck or joint pain, this is promising research that could help bring an end to their suffering.

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