Pain is not always equal damage

Pain is not always equal damage. Pain is a complex warning system, which your body uses to try to protect you from a potential threat or danger. For example, if you broke a bone in your foot, your body would produce pain to stop you walking on it and allow it to heal. Pain is […]

Cervical herniated disc exercises

Cervical herniated disc exercises

In this video I have share with you the best home base exercises for cervical herniated disc. With following this routine you can improve you cervical herniated disc pain and mobility. I have share with you what is cervical herniated disc means, and what is the sign and symptoms of cervical herniated disc are and […]

Back Pain Myth Buster

Back Pain Myth Buster

If you are experiencing back pain and you are worried about your back here is a couple of back pain myth that we would like to share with you. Myth 1   Moving will make my back pain worse   This is a common mistake that most of my patients are doing after experiencing back […]

How to Improve your posture at home

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MRI’s vs MRI’s

[kc_row use_container=”yes” force=”no” column_align=”middle” video_mute=”no” _id=”754131″][kc_column width=”12/12″ video_mute=”no” _id=”763714″][kc_column_text _id=”887185″] The Aim of this article is to show you the current research on MRI’s results and how reliable they can be and help you if you worried about your MRI’S results !! In the study by Herzog R, et al. Spine J. 2017, they study […]

Who does need an X-ray after an ankle sprain?

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