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Hernia Quik Tips and Info

Hernia Facts and Info

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Hernia’s and Things to Know

There are many things to think about when it comes to dealing with a hernia. First off, there are many kinds: hiatal, epigastric, spigelian, inguinal femoral, and inguinal scrotal. Secondly, most MD’s will hold your balls, make you cough and then diagnose you with a “hernia.” They will not tell you what kind, how bad it is and most will tell you that day that you will need or need surgery. Thirdly, a hernia means that there is a window of weakness in the specific area, tissue, organ system or muscular systems. Below are some recommendations that you need to know of prior to agreeing on whether or not to have surgery, to know if you are working with someone to repair your hernia and if you have one, what you should know prior to even working with someone in order to make sure you working with the right individual. … Continue Reading

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Myofascial Stretching: Piriformis

Myofascial Strething: The Piriformis

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One disease: Stress

In the late 1960′s, noted Canadian researcher Hans Seyle, M.D., wrote a book in which he presented his findings on the effect of stress on the human body.  Today in 2009, The Stress of Life can still be found on the shelves of your favorite bookstore.  His work earned Dr. Selye much recognition and the acclaim of all those in the healing arts. Seyle proved that stress is not a vague or undefinable term used to indicate that we are unloved, overworked, and underpaid, but found that the body responds to any kind of stress, be it mechanical, chemical, or emotional, in a very specific and predictable way. So, my question to you is, what is health and what is disease? Health is defined as a normal condition of the body and mind with all the parts working normally, a harmonious integration of cellular activities in the various systems to meet an … Continue Reading

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THE DOCTORS: Veins don’t do anything??

THE DOCTORS: Veins don’t do anything?

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Female Weight Training Considerations

Female weight training

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Stiff Legged Deadlifts

Stiff Legged Dead Lifts?

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Lateral Raises and Neck Pain

Lateral raises and neck pain

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Is Whole Wheat Bread Really Good For You?

Is Whole Wheat Bread Really Good For You? www.mercola.com

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Where is my shoulder pain coming from?

Where is my shoulder pain coming from….?

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