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Be the Master Electrician of Your Health

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In our office, we strive to not only help you get well but to stay well. The best way for us to achieve this is by merely explaining the "how" and "why" of how our bodies work and what we can do to maintain the results that we can help you achieve.How Does The Fuse ...

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Fast Track Your Recovery in Rio Rancho

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For most, recovering from an injury is an exercise in itself. For an athlete, being told that you have to reduce or halt all activity in order to let the bone or muscle heal is equivalent to torture. However, there are a few things you can do to help speed the healing process so you ...

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The Generation of Degenerative Back Pain

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Next time you are out, look to the person on your left and right or better yet look at the group of people who are just a short distance from you. What you may notice is the rolled shoulders and head forward posture. No, it is not the cell phone they have in their ...

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Side Effects – Your Healthcare Choice

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Unless you live on Netflix, you are unable to turn on the television without a commercial appearing, for some new pharmaceutical drug that will cure whatever condition or disease that your body may be suffering from at the moment.Drug manufacturers commonly advertise on television and in various other media to encourage people to "Ask your ...

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A Summer Salute To Sciatica

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The summer season is in full swing! As we are enjoying the warm weather, barbecues and the excitement of long awaited vacations, are you feeling red with anger, white with pain, and emotionally blue with being park-benched with low back and leg pain?If so, read on.What is Sciatic Nerve Pain?Your sciatic nerve is the longest ...

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Back Pain – Not This Spring!

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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

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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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Avoid Joint Replacement Surgery

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As we get older, we begin to find signs of age.  Our skin is not as firm. We are not as flexible. We slow down and actually acknowledge we are in pain.  But what happens when our joint pain begins to become so excruciating that we are limited in our day to day activities?Unfortunately many ...

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Are You Benched With A Frozen Shoulder?

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Fabulous Spring is here!   At this time of year, we should be in full swing and enjoying the benefits of the sun and outdoor activities. Unfortunately many of us are sitting on the bench or taking medications to play through our neck pain and what is described as a "frozen shoulder". What Exactly is A ...

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Are You Suffering From Rheumatoid Arthritis?

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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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