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How to sleep with lower back pain?

By Anteneh Abebe | Sep 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Lower back pain can be terrible to deal with. It can wake you at odd hours, leaving you uncomfortable for hours on your bed while you dread to sleep. Here is a little guide on the issue that can provide you with some much-needed relief. Sleep on your side: One of the common causes of …

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6 Reasons Why You May Be Experiencing Upper Back Pain

By Anteneh Abebe | Sep 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

Upper back pain can be very troublesome. It can affect your daily activities as you might face issues sitting, walking, or doing any other chores. Here are a few possible reasons behind the pain: Injury or overuse: If you pull your back muscle due to an injury while playing a contact sport or driving. It …

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5 Tips to Prevent Tech Neck Pain

By Anteneh Abebe | Sep 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

Phones, laptops, and tablets have become a part of our life. We carry them everywhere and are always looking at them with our neck titled. Over time, this can develop into a repetitive stress injury or muscle strain. Or we can call it as tech neck pain. Today, we are listing five tips to prevent …

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Is your spine causing pain in your foot?

By Anteneh Abebe | Aug 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

The spine is a very sensitive part of our body. A series of spinal nerves travel from the spine to different parts of the body. If any of these spinal nerves are irritated or compressed, they cause a lot of pain. So, there is a good chance that you might have neck pain, but the …

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6 Urine Drug Test Facts That Will Surprise You

By Anteneh Abebe | Aug 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

1. Some donors try to cheat urine drug tests. While it is the most common drug testing method, urine testing is not foolproof. Donors may try to beat a urine drug test diluting their sample, adding contaminants, or even trying to substitute another person’s urine for their own during the collection. Specimen validity testing completed …

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By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | Aug 17, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Spinal stenos: Symptoms and diagnosis

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | Jul 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

Spinal stenosis will generally happen when the bone opening of the spinal nerves and spinal cord gets narrow. These might also compress the spinal cord and the spinal verve. This will lead to the development of different various points in the spine. This health issue is likely to occur for people 60 years of age. …

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Relationship between Sciatica and knee pain

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | Jul 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

Sciatica is the nerve pain that might be because of the injury or irritation to the sciatic nerve that originates from the buttock or gluteal area. This is the longest and thickest nerve that is made of 5 roots. Two from the lower back region called the lumbar pain and three from the spine section. …

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Reasons for the lower back and hip pain

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | Jul 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

The entire human body is connected by muscles, ligaments, bone, and nerves and this will act as the building blocks of the entire body. So, when there are any issues with any one of these, it will lead to complications in several other parts of the body. Lower back and knee are commonly found issues …

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Top Tips to avoid Negative Dilute Drug Tests

By aabebe@wellnessandpaincare.com | Jul 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

What a Negative Dilute Drug Test Result Means? A dilute specimen is a urine sample that has higher water content than the average specimen, which minimizes the drug levels visible in the urine. Sometimes dilution is intentional, but it can happen accidentally as well. If the drug levels do not reach a certain cut-off point …

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