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How To Fix Old Injuries And Enjoy Life Again – Pain Free!

Do you ever wonder why you can’t do the things you used to do when you were younger? Things such as walking, running, jumping? Are you telling your friends you can’t take them up on their offer to play in that softball or volleyball league with them because of that old hip or knee injury, the nagging shoulder pain, or the wrist soreness? Have you told your buddies that the flag football or basketball games are now just a distant memory [...]

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TMJ & Chronic Joint Pain – A Common Correlation

The above is the homunculus representation of how our brain is unevenly distributed to different body parts.  The bigger the body part represented, the more processing our brain dedicates to those regions.  For example, the hand is very large compared to the arm; that is because we need way more brain power to control all the fine motor movements of our hand then just doing bicep curls with our arms. The TMJ (temporomandibular joint), which you can see, it takes [...]

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Missing Out On Life Due To Old Injuries? Find Out Why And What To Do

Do you ever wonder why you can’t do the things you used to do when you were younger? Things such as walking, running, jumping? Are you telling your friends you can’t take them up on their offer to play in that softball or volleyball league with them because of that old hip or knee injury, the nagging shoulder pain, or the wrist soreness? Have you told your buddies that the flag football or basketball games are now just a distant memory [...]

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Is Your Joint Pain Related to Your Jaw?

The above is the homunculous representation of how our brain is unevenly distributed to different body parts.  The bigger the body part represented, the more processing our brain dedicates to those regions.  For example, the hand is very large compared to the arm; that is because we need way more brain power to control all the fine motor movements of our hand then just doing bicep curls with our arms. The TMJ (temporomandibular joint), which you can see, it takes [...]

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