Items Tagged ‘stretching’

Facts about foam rollers may entice you to try one

June 12, 2018

Facts about foam rollers may entice you to try one

By Simi Singer Simi Singer

Foam rollers have become more prevalent in gyms, exercise classes and therapy clinics during the past 10 years.  Many physical therapists use foam rollers to help patients recover from injuries – and for good reason.  This flexible piece of equipment can help to increase range of motion, shorten recovery time, and enhance healing. You don’t […]

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Tags: christopher white, exercise, foam roller, foam rollers, foam rolling, muscle aches, physical therapy, stretching, yoga


Ask the Doctors - Could marijuana ease my chronic back pain?

March 20, 2018

Ask the Doctors – Could marijuana ease my chronic back pain?

By Ask the Doctors Ask the Doctors

Dear Doctor: I try not to use opioids for my chronic back pain, but I’m finding myself turning to them more often. Could marijuana help? Dear Reader: Pain is one of most difficult aspects of medicine to understand. No one can actually feel the pain of another person, but we can see the suffering that […]

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Tags: anti inflamatory, cbd, Chronic Pain, codeine, decrease inflammation, Dr. Robert Ashley, hydrocodone, immune system, marijuana, morphine, muscle spasms, opioids