New recommendations from the American College of Physicians proves the success of alternative treatments for low back pain. Find out what is now recommended before drugs or surgery.
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Surgery for low back pain is often unsuccessful while physical therapy more often works. New research finds that osteopathic manual therapy is also successful in many cases of low back pain. Learn more about OMT.
The Healthy Back Video Course is now available on DVD on Amazon, and as a webinar course on Udemy. The course introduces the groundbreaking biomechanical torsion approach and a series of techniques to naturally align and strengthen the lower back and pelvis/sacrum region...
Most adults now suffer from low back pain. While conventional medicine focuses upon temporary pain relief, this video course reveals the surprising causes of most low back pain and illustrates self-guided strategies for removing them. Module One: The Physiology of Low Back Pain.
Researchers from the University of North Texas have proven that non-invasive osteopathic manual therapy will reduce low back pain in a majority of cases – avoiding expensive and invasive back surgery.
Research finds that massage therapy can successfully treat chronic low back pain
Research is now finding that touching with empathy provides a healing touch in the form of reducing pain. Touching, even just by holding hands, also synchronizes brainwaves.
Research finds that the main component of cayenne pepper, capsaicin, significantly reduces neuropathic pain (nerve pain) and pain associated with shingles. Whole cayenne also has this effect if used properly.
Hatha Yoga has the unique distinction of being able to boost joint health and decrease osteoarthritis pain, according to new research.
Premenstrual pain is reduced by Ginger – even matching the pain-relieving potency of two popular NSAIDs used for menstruation pain. Turns out that Ginger also helps with mood changes too.
Cupping has been employed in traditional medicine for thousands of years. Research now proves it can reduce chronic pain. Find out what cupping is and how it is used and why it works.
Many of us will experience sciatica at some point for one reason or another. Should we reach for the meds? Research finds acupuncture is not only safer, but more effective.
Brain imaging research is confirming that meditation not only alters the mind but also increases gray matter content in the brain – which is decreased in chronic fatigue and chronic pain.
Flotation therapy is growing in popularity for reducing stress and pain, and speeding up healing. Now we find the evidence to back that up.