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  • The Facts About Spine Surgeons  By : Robert Langard
    Today spine surgery can be performed by either a neurosurgeon or an orthopedic surgeon. There is an emerging field of "spine surgery" that incorporates both specialties.
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndrome  By : Gerry Jones
    To be honest this actually is not really a syndrome. Failed back surgery syndrome or also referred to as FBSS is a term applied to the thousands of people who have experienced failed back surgeries....
  • What is Lower Back Pain.  By : Gerry Jones
    If we are going to understand lower back pain, then we are going to need to take a closer look at the back in general. The back can be thought of as the body's...
  • Types of Magnetic Bracelets for Pain Relief  By : Kurt Schmitt
    If you've been paying attention to the news, you may have heard that magnetic bracelets are used primarily for hand, elbow, and wrist pain. You may also know that arthritis pain suffers have discovered them, and golfers have been wearing them for years. Some people wear them as a preventative measure.
  • Magnetic Jewelry: An Overview and Introduction Part 2  By : Kurt Schmitt
    The first part of our introduction to magnetic jewelry covered the basic points on what materials it can be made out of, and what types of jewelry you'll find for sale. We also talked about the basics of magnetic therapy, and how it can have an effect on health. We also mentioned how it is extremely popular in many parts of the world for pain relief.
  • Magnetic Jewelry: An Overview and Introduction Part 1  By : Kurt Schmitt
    Magnetic jewelry is an all-encompassing term for jewelry items that provide magnetic therapy. They can be made from either man-made or natural magnetic stones. They may also be synthetic versions of natural stones that are magnetized.
  • Managing Chronic Pain  By : Viggio Harris
    Unfortunately, many people suffer from chronic pain. If you are one of these people, there is help in managing it successfully. Chronic pain, defined as pain that doesn't go away, is unlike acute pain, pain that dissipates as the injury, or other medical condition heals. After years of dealing with chronic pain, the body and mind may be in discomfort that is very painful for the individual.

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