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Anything about bad backs and necks including lower back, mid back and upper back and neck problems.
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What is Back Pain

What is Back Pain | Bad Back and Neck | Scoop.it
What is Back Pain? This is a question which can not be answered, unless you have first-hand experience of the suffering. Doctors seem to be completely unable to provide any answers.
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Hands-On Therapy May Spell Relief for Low Back Pain

Hands-On Therapy May Spell Relief for Low Back Pain | Bad Back and Neck | Scoop.it
Study found osteopath worked better for patients than ultrasound therapy
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Steroid Shots Disappoint in Back Pain Study - MedicineNet

Steroid Shots Disappoint in Back Pain Study - MedicineNet | Bad Back and Neck | Scoop.it
Older adults who get steroid injections for degeneration in their lower spine may fare worse than people who skip the treatment, a small study suggests.
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Muscular Pain Interrupting Your Sleep

Whether you overdid it pumping at the gym, pulled 1 weed too many in the garden, or simply wrenched you knee getting out of the car, muscular pain can keep you awake at night. Ever wonder what make...
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Health Tip: Dealing With Low Back Pain - MedicineNet

Health Tip: Dealing With Low Back Pain - MedicineNet | Bad Back and Neck | Scoop.it
Low back pain can result from an injury or from degeneration of disks between the spine's vertebrae.
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Spine MRIs Often Show Harmless 'Defects,' Study Finds - MedicineNet

Spine MRIs Often Show Harmless 'Defects,' Study Finds - MedicineNet | Bad Back and Neck | Scoop.it
Even though expensive MRIs produce very detailed images for assessing back pain, they may not be very good at evaluating results after treatment, research suggests.
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