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Irritable Bowel What Can I Do?

Digestive Disorders Quincy MA Chiropractor

It always comes at the most inopportune times, but at one time or another, we have all experienced the discomfort of bloating abdominal pain, gas, diarrhea or constipation.  Unfortunately, for many people, this has become a daily occurrence.  Traditionally, triggers have thought to have been anything from stress, eating certain foods, stomach or bowel infections.  ...

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Voice For Health – Finding Yourself In A Pinch

Dr. Freedman

When you experience a “pins and needles” sensation, feel tingly, or suffer from muscle weakness, you may have a “pinched” nerve. Also known as “radiculopathy,” a pinched or compressed nerve occurs when bone, muscle, ligaments, or cartilage press against a nerve. Aside from the potential for significant discomfort or weakness, a pinched nerve in the ...

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Is The Cure Pain Relief Medication?

Adverse Pain Medication Reactions Quincy MA

Many of us have been misled into thinking pain is a problem. A headache? Numb it. Gallbladder malfunctioning? Remove it. A sore throat? Soothe it. Although these seem like logical assumptions, the pain you are experiencing is actually the effect of the problem and not the cause. Medication Today Nowadays you are unable to turn on the television ...

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Sports Rehabilitation and Improved Performance

Sports Rehabilitation Quincy MA Athletic Performance

Have you ever witnessed a professional or Olympic athlete that seems to be superhuman?  Did you sit and watch mesmerized by their quick reflexes, amazing speed, and agility? We all have.  While many simply believe it's "enhancement drugs" others, who are sports athletes, investigate further to find out what measures they are taking to become the 1% of ...

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Voice For Health – Opposing Forces

Dr. Freedman

When engaging in strength training, it is very important to keep opposing muscles in balance. The fact is that each muscle group has an opposing muscle group that works with it. The muscle (or muscle group) that contracts and gets shorter is known as the “agonist,” while the opposing muscle (or group) lengthens and is ...

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