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Oakland Spine News2021-01-29T10:35:23-05:00

Science Backs Acupuncture for Headaches, Migraines

Acupuncture dates back some 3,000 years in China, which gets the credit for originating the treatment of the needles. Over the course of many centuries, the western world slowly but surely has come to accept the healing powers of acupuncture. An estimated 8 million Americans have been treated by acupuncture ...
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Physical Therapy: The Prescription for Overuse Injuries

The epidemic of overuse injuries in the wake of limitations imposed on us by a lengthy pandemic can bring a sudden end to aspirations of physical fitness, sending too many of us to physician care and prescriptions for physical therapy. People trying to get back in shape after a few ...
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Looking Closer at Sciatica Symptoms and Relieving Sciatica Pain

Whenever we address the issue of relieving sciatica pain, there are more differences than similarities when you look at the symptoms. But there is some common ground. The sciatica nerve is the route traveled by pain and other symptoms, including weakness and numbness, from the lower back, spreading through the ...
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June 24, 2021|Categories: NJ Pain Management, NJ Sciatica, Oakland Spine News|Tags: , |

A Head’s Up on Migraines vs Headaches

We all know what a headache is, and few of us have made it this far in life without experiencing one. They vary from dull to extremely painful in intensity and from seldom and occasional to often and sporadic in frequency. Migraines, however, are regarded in mainstream medicine as a ...
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Acupuncture Nixes Headache Pain

It happens to just about everyone, and it is among the most prevalent types of pain experienced by the human anatomy. It has been unfairly labeled as the common headache, but there is nothing common about a headache that occurs commonly. Even the term headache is something of a misnomer, ...
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There’s Nothing Passive about Deep Laser Therapy

There are arguments, especially from mainstream medicine critics, that passive therapy, relieving low back pain with little or no participation from the patient, is no different that prescribing pain pills to do that job. These critics apparently include laser therapy among passive treatments while they accept physical therapy and chiropractic ...
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January 22, 2021|Categories: NJ Laser Therapy Info, NJ Pain Management, Oakland Spine News|
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