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Avoiding neck and shoulder pain

Posted by Rob Benhuri

Apr 15, 2015 7:24:00 PM

Neck and shoulder pain is more and more common these days. And the two are so intertwined that it's sometimes difficult to tell which muscles are causing that stiffness and soreness.

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Topics: Neck Pain, Neck and Shoulder Pain

Are Computers Triggering Your Head, Neck and Shoulder Pain?

Posted by Rob Benhuri

Mar 25, 2015 2:06:00 PM

It???s hard to imagine life without a computer. Whether you???re using it for work, to surf the Internet, check e-mail or play games, spending hours in front of a computer is a daily activity for most.

But has your happy time spent behind the screen been replaced with unexplained head, neck and shoulder pain? Millions suffer from some form of pain due to computer use, and here???s why.

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Topics: Neck Pain, Neck and Shoulder Pain

Natural Relief for Nagging Neck and Shoulder Pain

Posted by Rob Benhuri

Mar 20, 2015 5:00:00 PM

Are you one of more than a quarter of Americans who suffer from chronic neck and shoulder pain?

Heavy lifting, poor posture, stress and trauma are just a few of the reasons why neck and shoulder pain may affect you.

If you???re looking for relief, here are some natural ways to reduce that nagging neck pain that is ??? well ??? a pain in the neck!

 

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Topics: Neck Pain, Neck and Shoulder Pain

Neck and Shoulder Pain: Common Causes and Natural Relief

Posted by Rob Benhuri

Oct 13, 2014 6:32:00 PM

Sometimes, life can be a pain in the neck.

Most people have experienced or will experience some degree of neck and shoulder pain in their lives.It can turn an ordinary day into an excruciating hassle.

Typically, neck pain is caused by strain, sprain, or tension in the muscles in the back and sides of the neck. This can lead to added discomforts such as headaches and shoulder pains.

Several common issues cause neck and shoulder pain; but whatever the cause, there are things you can do to protect your neck and shoulders as well as find relief when you do experience pain.

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Topics: Shoulder Pain, Neck Pain, Neck and Shoulder Pain

Is Trigger Point Acupuncture Right For Me?

Posted by Jonathan Howard

Sep 11, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Trigger points are focused knots of pain located in tightened muscle tissue. They develop out of acute or repetitive overtraining, musculoskeletal imbalance, injury or other kind of strain.

Trigger point acupuncture is a newer style of acupuncture developed in America based on the writings of Dr. Janet Travell.  

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Topics: Trigger Point Therapy, Acupuncture, Knee Pain, Neck Pain, Back pain

A Behind The Scenes Look At How Acupuncture Helps Neck Pain

Posted by Rob Benhuri

May 1, 2014 6:00:00 AM

 

Acupuncture Offers Dynamic Relief For Neck Pain

While many may perceive acupuncture as an esoteric practice, it has been used worldwide as primary health care for centuries. Today, The World Health Organization recognizes acupuncture as a safe and effective method of managing and eliminating pain, among other things.

Let's take a closer look at how the acupuncture theory surrounding stagnation explains how acupuncture can relieve and prevent future neck and shoulder pain.

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Topics: Neck Pain, Demystifying Acupuncture, Neck and Shoulder Pain

The Comprehensive List Of Natural Home Remedies for Neck Pain

Posted by Rob Benhuri

Apr 22, 2014 6:00:00 AM

Sure, you may think your boss, your spouse or your significant other is the biggest pain in your neck, but the fact is, your aching neck is caused by more than nagging. Most neck and shoulder pain is due to overworked or strained muscles, and if you ignore your pain and let it go untreated, there???s a good chance it???s just going to get worse. Here are some relatively simple solutions you can try to help relieve those aching muscles:

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Topics: Neck Pain, Neck and Shoulder Pain

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