My Physician Guide to Back Pain
Mike Woo-Ming, Jan 31, 2011 - 110 pages
The My Physician association is composed of top medical professionals who have come together with the goal of educating the public on critical health issues. Drawing on expert knowledge and decades of experience, we have created the My Physician guides to bring you only the most relevant information on the conditions that affect you. Inside the My Physician Guide to Back Pain, you will learn how the spine and back muscles work to support the body, the types of back pain and how they differ from each other, the most common causes of back pain, if physical therapy is right for you, the benefits and drawbacks of chiropractic care, if your back pain is really the symptom of a more serious complication, essential vitamins, nutrients and diets that promote a healthy back and neck, how your sleep position could be the source of your pain, simple stretches and posture techniques to improve support, and much more.
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