Posts Tagged ‘Pain Management Ventura CA’

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The Sound Of Joint Flexibility

Joint Flexibility Ventura CA Physical Medicine

We all love movie soundtracks. The music can transport us right into the story and lift us high, allow us to cry, or give us reasons to hide under our covers in fear. Now just think about if our lives all had theme music playing in the background. In reality, the sound ...

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Stop Popping For Pain Relief

Neck Pain Ventura CA Whiplash

Oh, the aisles of the pharmacy. It's like Christmas year round. If you have pain or discomfort in any part of your body, the pharmacy will have a pill that you can "pop" for pain relief. Now, this next part may upset you, but the pain that you are first experiencing is your ...

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Back Pain – Not This Spring!

Back Pain Ventura CA Work Injury

April showers bring May flowers, but what can May flowers bring?  That's right - possible back pain.  As springtime gets under way,  we head outside into the warm weather and begin the spring clean in our garden.  We are invigorated by the warmth and begin tackling the garden in Gung-ho style. Although gardening can provide ...

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Sports Performance For Athletes of All Ages

Athletics Ventura CA Sports Injury

Our society for the most part lives for the exhilaration of endorphins that we release as we strive for the goal line of victory.  We simply love winning.   Our addiction will often be the force that drives us to the next challenge.  We know that our win is never based on "good luck" but our ...

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Are You Suffering From Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Rheumatoid Arthritis Solutions Ventura CA

For decades, arthritis was considered an inherent part of the aging process and a signal to a patient that it’s time to slow down. But not anymore. Surprisingly recent research points out that people much younger can develop rheumatoid arthritis pain but the best news is that people no longer need to suffer needlessly from ...

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