Low Back Pain and Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a term used to describe a curvature of the spine that is not “normal.”  The normal curves of the spine include an inward curve in the low back and neck and an outward curve in the mid-back when looking at the person from the side (“sagittal plane”).  However, there should NOT be any […]

No Movement and Your Back Pain

After 6 months of seminars and travel I feel I am now able to get back to blogging. I’m excited to share with you some thought and ideas that I’ve had over the months… and I think you’ll find these interesting as well. Today I’d like to share with you some interesting findings in some […]

Massage Therapist Reports on 2011 Health Freedom Expo

The weekend of March 25-27th 2011 brought the bustling sights and sounds of the Health Freedom Expo to the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach California. I had the pleasure of attending this exciting event for the first time this year. For three exciting and information packed days I attended lectures from some of […]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Why Braces?

For those of you who have had Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, you probably know all about braces. These are devices worn on the wrist that stop you from bending the wrist up or down.  They may be worn anytime of the day if they don’t interfere too much with one’s current activity but are especially worn […]

Fibromyalgia: How Do I Know I Have It?

This is the first part of many on a very common condition I see in my offices – Fibromyalgia.  I thought I’d start by sharing an answer to a question I received. “I wake up every morning with this stiff, sore lower back pain.  When I roll over to get out of bed, I feel […]