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2014

Lower Back Pain: What You Need To Know

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Lower back pain may be one of the most common ailments plaguing the population. Furthermore, you may have back problems and not even know it. Lower back pain can manifest itself in several other areas of the body, leading you to believe a trip to the chiropractor may not be necessary. Understanding lower back pain, how it starts, what it feels like and how you can help yourself is key to restoring and maintaining your back health. Read More»

Facial Contouring Options: Standard Liposuction Or Laser-Assisted Treatments?

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So you’ve made the big decision to recontour your neck and face. Plastic surgery is not something to be entered into lightly. Cosmetic procedure or not, surgery is always a serious endeavor. As such, it is important to know your options when it comes to recontouring your neck and/or face. For many years, standard liposuction has been the one and only choice in fat tissue removal. However, recent medical advances have generated a laser-assisted treatment option that offers its own unique benefits. Read More»

4 Tips To Help You Recover From Gum Graft Surgery

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Gum disease is painful to deal with as it is an indication of deteriorating teeth. Gum disease is identified as either gingivitis or periodontitis. The latter is an extreme case of gum disease and often requires the patient to go through a number of surgical procedures including gum graft surgery. This surgery focuses on taking gum tissue from the roof of your mouth or a donor in order to replace the gum that has been destroyed. Read More»

Why Your Job Is A Pain In The Back

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Your office job can be more dangerous than you thought. According to the American Chiropractic Association, 50 percent of Americans will experience back pain each year. It is the most common cause for sick days from work. If you do work that requires a lot of sitting, learn how you can avoid this painful side effect of a desk job. A Healthy Back Supports You Your spinal column is flexible because it is composed of rigid bones, the vertebrae, alternating with cushioning pads, the intervertebral discs. Read More»

Bring Your Family Together With A Funeral Webcast

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Sometimes when a family member passes away, not all of them will be able to make it to the funeral for a variety of reasons. They may not have the means to travel, especially if the funeral is many miles from their home, or they may not feel well during this time. Whatever the reason, you can bring your family together by setting up a funeral webcast. Below is some general information on how this works. Read More»