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Coping Strategies and Whiplash

Coping strategies in chronic pain patients have been found as a major predictor of physical and psychological outcomes. If a patient possesses healthy coping mechanisms, they can handle stressors more effectively, experience fewer symptoms, recover faster, and require less rehabilitation.… Continue Reading…

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Exercise

This recent study1 examined the effects of an 8-week dance-based exercise program in a group of 10 women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA, Class III). Previous research by the same authors had found that the EDUCIZE program, developed by arthritis researchers,2 was helpful… Continue Reading…

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Headache, Diet, and Exercise

Two new studies have been published that examine the role of diet or exercise in headaches. The first1 was a survey given to 112 migraine sufferers. The researchers found that 70% of migraine patients felt that diet played a role in… Continue Reading…

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Active Rehabilitation of Low Back Pain

Over the last few years, a consensus has emerged in the medical literature that active treatment of back pain is more successful than passive approaches, such as bed rest and medications. This is yet another study that compares the two… Continue Reading…

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Tips for a Quick Recovery After Whiplash

A car crash—even a “minor” one—can be a huge disruption in your life and can cause months of pain and disability. With proper treatment, however, you can be back to your normal activities much faster and reduce the chances of chronic… Continue Reading…

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Fear of Movement and Low Back Pain

Fear-avoidance behavior has been widely acknowledged among chronic low back pain (LBP) patients. “The central concept of these models is fear of pain, or the more specific fear that physical activities will cause (re)injury. Patients may react to these fears… Continue Reading…

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Weight Lifting and Chiropractic

Weight lifting can be beneficial to your back if carried out correctly. Safe training can help with pain prevention and post-injury rehabilitation. Ensure that your workout is free of muscle pain and injuries by following basic safety measures. A good… Continue Reading…

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Chiropractic, Back Pain and Exercise

It is well known that staying active is an important way to quickly recover from an episode of low back pain. Other studies have shown that chiropractic care is also effective at helping patients with back pain. This current study… Continue Reading…

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Chiropractic + Exercise Effective for Neck Pain

Neck pain, whether caused by whiplash or other injury, is a serious condition that can lead to chronic headaches, lost time at work, and an overall reduction in quality of life. It is one of the leading reasons people seek… Continue Reading…

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Conservative Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

This study examined a group of 119 patients who had been diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS). At the beginning of the study, 50% of the patients were currently employed, 48% were on sick leave or retired, and 2% were… Continue Reading…

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