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Rotator Cuff Therapy Fixed My Shoulder Without Surgery

26th November 2009
Rotator cuff problems come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You can Get anything from a mild sprain to a full thickness tear or a shoulder impingement, all of them are caused by problems with the rotator cuff to some extent and all of them will involve r... Read >
Author: Nick Bryant

Muscle Growth Workouts – Best Hard Gainer Chest Exercises

08th September 2009
The chest is the number one body part for muscle growth workouts. For men, the chest symbolizes their manhood. The bigger and stronger the chest, the tougher you are. It doesn't matter if they're buff, ripped, or a skinny guy because they all want that bi... Read >
Author: James McLain

Do At Home Exercises For Frozen Shoulder Pain Relief

23rd July 2009
I tried many exercises for frozen shoulder pain relief, but most of them weren't easy to do at home. They involved help from a physical therapist or complex free weight contraptions. The best way to become pain free is to find exercises for frozen shoulde... Read >
Author: Steve Maltas

Clicking and Popping Jaw Signs of TMJ Disorder and How to Fix It

09th April 2009
It is estimated that over 10 million people in the United States suffer from issues related to the jaw joint, or TMJ. The majority of U.S. patients seeking treatment for TMJ problems are women in their child-bearing years.Although problems with the jaw jo... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Is your car driving your pain? An osteopaths opinion

25th March 2009
Is your car driving your pain? An osteopaths opinion Whether driving a car, a bus, or a lorry or even as a passenger - you could be suffering driving related back pain. In all these cases, osteopathy can help to reduce pain and your osteopath in Manches... Read >
Author: Francis Connor

Rib Pain During Pregnancy

10th March 2009
Rib pain during pregnancy can be a persistent problem, especially during the third trimester. Your rib cage may feel mildly sore or extremely tender and bruised. You may have discomfort on either side, or both sides, though it is commonly worse on the rig... Read >
Author: Orit Cox

Rotator Cuff Rehabilitation - Heal Shoulder Pain Naturally With Home Rehab

13th November 2008
You've been living with the shoulder pain for a while. Maybe you thought the pain would go away after a few weeks but it didn't. Your doctor discovers a tear. So what should you do? There's really only a couple ways to go: surgery or rotator cuff rehabili... Read >
Author: Matt

Wang Bi Ke Li is best for curing arthritis, frozen shoulder and low back pain

22nd September 2008
It is a fact that the Chinese herbal medicines are very popular for their efficiency against various diseases. Among the several medicines, the most common medicine for protecting against arthritis, low pack pain as well as from frozen shoulder is Wang Bi... Read >
Author: herbalspan

Pain Caused By Ill Fitting Bras

21st July 2008
It is estimated that well over 70 percent of women wear ill-fitting bras. Not only does this lead to discomfort, it can actually manifest as actual pain over time. Most people view bras as top down support systems. In English, this means they view the... Read >
Author: Tiffany Hart

How Acupuncture Meridian Chart Specifies The Location Of Meridian Points

25th March 2008
The human body has a powerful bio energy flows that can be traced to 12 meridian points. These are the main door ways of the human body. An acupuncture treatment in these meridians will help to get relief from number of diseases. Acupuncture meridian char... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Ill-Fitting Bras

20th August 2007
Did you know that ill-fitting bras can cause backache, shoulder pain but worst of all breast lumps? I didn't either until this happened to me. My full story is www.brafittingawareness.co.uk and I trying to prevent what has happened to me happening to anot... Read >
Author: Fee

Prevention of Shoulder Insuries Associated with Swimming

26th November 2006
Swimming is a sport enjoyed by athletes of all ages. Although it is not commonly associated with a high risk of injury, swimming does have its own problems. For swimmers, the biggest source of sidelining injuries is the shoulder. While there may be a numb... Read >
Author: Kurtis Keller
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