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Can Your Running Shoes Be The Cause Of Your Aches & Pains? by Robert B. Facebook Posted Wed 25 Aug 2010 7:54am Do you have foot pain, plantar fasciitis, knee pain, sciatic pain, low back pain? Did you know that your running shoes can cause more harm for your structure than just walking barefoot. The reason is because the foot is meant to put up with stress: the conditioning of walking and running. The more protected the foot is, like in running s ... Read on »
Aches and Pains - Just Normal Aches and Pains by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 2:09pm 1 Comment Informative article Link: Aches and Pains - Just Normal Aches and Pains. Read on »
Aches And Pains? It Could Be Your Job! by Adria A. Posted Thu 24 Jun 2010 12:00am About 80% of the people we encounter at the gym are desk workers.  Day after day people tell us of their struggles with shoulder pain, lower back pain, neck pain, and strange nerve problems.  Although people know they have these weird pains, they don’t analyze them long enough to find the caus ... Read on »
Update: Herceptin, Aches and Pains, and Panic by Kara Herron Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:18pm Just came home from my latest Herceptin appointment. I saw Dr. Bott as well. I showed him the report that said I have Epstein Barr virus and he didn't think that was what is causing my aches and pains. He said that almost everyone over the age of 20 has had EPV, and that the report doesn't prove that's what is wrong right now. I'm kind of annoy ... Read on »
Natural Remedies for Menopause Aches and Pains by Lynette Sheppard Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Fri 22 Nov 2013 6:20pm Soft Leaves © lynette sheppard Menopause and her kissing cousin, Aging, visit us with a number of major changes in our bodies. Suddenly, we find ourselves with aches and pains that we never experienced before. Do we have to just learn to live with them? Or might there be a way through back to well-being? Simply Supplements co ... Read on »
Caring for Winter Aches & Pains by Marilyn Yohe, L.Ac., MAOM Licensed AcupuncturistHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 02 May 2008 5:01pm If you have any kind of body aches and pains - from severe arthritis to that annoying stiffness when you get out of bed in the morning - chances are it feels a little worse in the winter. In Chinese medicine, pain is said to come from stagnation of qi in the channels: when things aren’t flowing smoothly, the blocked energy starts causing trou ... Read on »
Considering Prenatal Massage? Hand & Stone Explains How the Service Alleviates Aches & Pains by Shannon N. Posted Tue 30 Aug 2011 8:30am There is no better time to be pampered than during pregnancy (I should know–I had 4 boys!) For nine months, your body is changing and growing, which can add some unexpected aches and pains. But many women don’t realize that prenatal massage can be an effective way to reduce anxiety, stress, and the aches and pains caused by poor circulati ... Read on »
Aches and Pains of Age by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 3:51pm One of the unwritten rules of elderhood is that we may not talk about our aches and pains. Somehow, old people have a reputation for dwelling on them, but that's not my experience and it could be that we – or, the old people I know – have been brainwashed by the youth culture to keep silent. Well, not today. I am grateful for my health. As ... Read on »
Managing Muscles: 6 Ways to Ease Your Aches and Pains After a Workout by Kodjoworkout Posted Fri 06 Dec 2013 9:52am After a great workout, you’re probably going to experience some muscle soreness. Whether you’re just starting a new workout routine or you’ve been at it for a while, muscle soreness is to be expected with any exercise regimen. However, you don’t have to live with achy muscles forever. There are ways you can soothe the hurt you’re feeling qu ... Read on »
Guest Post: Keeping on Your Toes — Preventing & Soothing Aches, Pains, and Muscle Strains by Nichelle S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 6:10pm Fitness and nutrition expert, Nancy Welker, has been kind enough make another guest appearance on Dance Advantage to answer some frequently asked questions about preventing and soothing muscle soreness following a dance class or workout. She talked to us last time about dancer “feetness,” taking care of overworked feet. Have another fitness or ... Read on »