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Choices, choices, choices. All of our lives we make choices. More than we would like to make. So many! Some of our choices have been excellent, and some, well…maybe not so good. But we keep on going. Jerry L. Old MD is a geriatric physician. I figure, with a name like that, how could he […]

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I recently went to a birthday celebration. It gave me the opportunity to observe how some people take care of themselves…or don’t. The party was for a sixteen-year old boy. He has chronic headaches. He has been treated by a neuromuscular massage therapist (not me,) which helped, but did not cure him. He is being […]

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Did you have a good night’s sleep or did you wake up with another headache? What could have caused your head pain? Could the culprit be, perhaps, your pillow? Headaches don’t happen for no reason. They happen because your neck, head or shoulder muscles get tight and cranky and complain. They let you know they […]

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Massage definitely does help tension headaches. No question about it. There have been studies done which indicate that trigger point therapy and other forms of massage are beneficial for tension-type headaches. I am a really big proponent of therapeutic massage. I’m really biased about the value of massage. I have seen, and experienced, tremendous relief […]

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Migraines and headaches are horrible. I wish your head didn’t hurt. Ever. There are many causes for headaches. And some of us have sensitive neck muscles or nerves which make us prone to head pain. Most of our pain problems are caused by muscles which are overstretched. They become taut, which is a type of […]

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