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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Relief
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a health condition that affects the upper extremities including the arms and hands. To improve and help the problem the key is to create more space in a larger opening of the thoracic outlet area so as to take pressure off the nerves and blood vessel. Chiropractic care is an alternative healthcare and pain management approach that utilizes natural, drug free, non-surgical solutions to treat thoracic outlet syndrome.Adhesion: The Cause of Your Pain
Adhesion is one of the most common pathology found in the human body, yet rarely anyone knows about it nor treats it successfully. Find out if adhesion is the cause of your pain and what you can do about it.Do We Fully Understand The Consequences Of Painkillers?
This may help to understand some of the very adverse effects of painkillers we often reach out for to overcome that agony of constant unbearable pain. When pain persists take a pill. It’s natural when you’re looking for some sort of relief to stop interfering pain with your daily chores or pleasures in life. There are often not many other options other than to give in, or are there? As we know the human brain is a most powerful part of our body. We can block things out similar like flicking a switch if we have to or want to. Learning to understand the full impact of what damage painkillers can do may also help our mind to block the not so severe pains and to use other options.Go Toward The Pain To Find The Solution
When it comes to pain, an important question to ask is: How are we relating to pain? The way that we relate to pain decides whether pain is sucking the life out of us or whether it’s fuel for our healing.Dr. Nima Salari, M.D. DISC Insitiute Phoenix, Puts Endoscopic Surgery Into Focus
Dr. Nima Salari, MD, discusses what endoscopic surgery offers over more conventional methods of dealing with spinal degeneration. He further discusses who might be candidate for the minimally invasive procedure.
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