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Common Trigger Point #11 -- Upper Back Pain

Pain in the upper back can be caused by a bunch of little trigger points scattered from the base of the neck, down the spine and out along the shoulder blades. 47 more words

Neuromuscular Massage

Massage Therapy for Injury Prevention

When muscles become tight and sore, seeking out the help of a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) is always a smart idea. But, why wait until things get bad before working with a RMT? 473 more words

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Common Trigger Point #1 -- Neck Pain

There is a triangular region on the side of the neck in the scalene muscles that, when tight, can cause a range of symptoms from pain along the scapula, in the neck, in the upper chest or even in the shoulders through the arm and down to the hands. 51 more words

Neuromuscular Massage

Pain in the neck?

Desk work and using your computer are one of the leading causes for upper back and neck pain. If your not ready to retire and want relief, find out how we can help. 23 more words


I got back pain. Should I go to Chiropractic?

Recently, I met a chiropractor and had a casual chat. This is what I found.

As an orthopaedic and spine surgeon, most of my patients have back pain, neck pain, nerve compression or the combinations. 502 more words

Back Pain

From tired to terrific, how improving your posture will improve your life

Let me introduce you to John.  John is a 59 year old executive who was starting to feel much older than 59, his posture, strength and confidence were declining rapidly and he felt he was heading towards old age.   477 more words


Cervical Myelopathy Pathophysiology (1)

Cervical myelopathy is the most common acquired case of spinal cord dysfunction in patients over 55. The signs and symptoms experienced by the patient can be extremely variable, depending on which specific area of the spinal cord is affected. 386 more words