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Monthly Archive for February, 2010

Hip Pain Relief Naturally

I had a great time talking with muscle expert and author Gini Maddocks at PainReliefRadio.com Gini always has a lot of excellent input to help listeners get rid of their pain and today was no exception. We talked about your hip, how it moves and why you have hip pain.  Gini told us about her […]

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Readers ask a lot of questions about  knots in their backs.  I’m going to give you several links to articles that I wrote which will give you a lot of insight into the causes of pain in the shoulder and upper back. Usually people have shoulder and shoulder blade pain on the side of their […]

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If you have pain or numbness in your hands and in your feet, it’s a good idea to see your doctor to rule out any serious medical condition like diabetes. Although some people are more prone to get diabetes than others, it is largely a disorder caused by lifestyle and what we eat.  Some doctors […]

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When your back hurts you might think you will have back pain forever.  Not so! You have a smart body.  Your back pain is a message.  Your body is telling you that it is not happy about something that is happening. There are a lot of causes for back pain but most involve your muscles.  […]

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If you have muscle or joint pain, your immune system can be involved.  The immune system is part of your endocrine system.  The “endo” system are the glands who run the whole show; when they’re happy and functioning well, so are you.  When they are not happy, you aren’t feeling so well either. Here’s an […]

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Natural Relief for Knee Pain

Knee pain can be caused by strains and tears to ligaments, injuries to the structure of the knee, or by soft tissues.  Soft tissues means everything that is not bone.  That includes muscles. You may have to see a doctor if you have an injury which requires repair.  But for knee pain which has come […]

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