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How Long Should You Wait To Exercise After An Injury

Exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle, and many people add running, biking, playing sports, or going to the gym as a part of their daily routine. Although this is a very beneficial thing to add to your routine, you can also injure yourself quite easily. Even the safest of athletes become injured. The question…
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Most Common Swimming Injuries

Since swimming is often recommended as a low-impact form of exercise for those with recurring joint issues, you may wonder why swimming injuries are common.   The simple answer is that overdemanding workouts and incorrect technique are to blame for most injuries in and around the pool. Read on to find out about the most…
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Surprising Causes of Back Pain

When your back is in pain, it can affect almost every aspect of your life. Read on to find out more about some causes of back pain you might not have thought about. Make sure to consult your pain doctor in Orange County for proper treatment. Lack of Exercise Exercise tones the muscles, allowing them…
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Top Chronic Pain Myths

Top Chronic Pain Myths

Chronic pain is a major issue in healthcare today and the myths surrounding it can cause a lot more harm than good. Most people don’t rank it highly in terms of a serious issue but its effects can be life altering. Some people might just assume pain is a part of getting older, but it…
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How to Avoid Back Pain at Work

How to Avoid Back Pain at Work

Back pain is one of the most common injuries found in the work place and it’s not limited to those jobs that require a great deal of physical labor. It’s one of the prevalent injuries found in the office and doing what seems like everyday tasks, such as sitting at a desk for long periods…
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Managing Chronic Pain Starts at Home

Chronic pain, or sustained pain that lasts well after the end of acute pain, affects millions of people. From prescription medication to holistic remedies, or seeing a doctor to seeing a therapist – those living with chronic pain must find out what works for their specific situation. Everyone is different, and no two instances of chronic…
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