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Life with a broken neck brace is challenging. These tips are all from my personal experience of wearing an Aspen Vista for three months after I broke my C6.
This past spring, my friend used baking soda and coconut oil for skin cancer on her leg. Now, she’s back at it again. Here’s what she’s doing.
For many people, hip pain is caused by tight muscles–one in particular. Read on to learn how to stretch this muscle and get rid of hip pain right now!
It took some trouble-shooting, but I finally figured out the cause of my wrist injury and how to fix it! Read on to discover how to fix a hand/wrist injury.
I have reached the end of physical therapy for my broken neck. Here’s the update on how I’m doing and what my plan is to keep my neck mobile.
Scoliosis can be caused by a number of reasons including tight muscles or injury. Many people practice Pilates to improve their scoliosis.
It’s been a year since I broke my neck while trying to teach my boys how to play baseball. Although my neck has healed, I have other issues from the fall.
I broke my neck June 30, 2017. When I started physical therapy, my main goal was to get rid of the dull, constant pain that I felt and improve my range of motion. I was surprised to learn that if you work your hip stabilizers, you can find pain relief and increased mobility.
After my friend learned she had basil cell carcinoma, she started looking for homeopathic cures and found coconut oil and baking soda for skin cancer.
For a couple years now, I’ve had weather-related headaches. As soon as a storm front would start coming in or the barometric pressure would start to change, I’d get intense pain. Not this year, though. I’ve found a cure!
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