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Health Articles by Dr. Lavine

Questions and answers about joint cracking

Everything you wanted to know about the popping noise your joint makes when your chiropractor gives you an adjustment.
Did you see this article in the NY Times about chronic pain?

Did you see this article in the NY Times about chronic pain?

A link to an article on chronic pain and the potential of "alternative therapies"

The hidden side of fitness

The brain is one of the important organs in exercise.

Do You Get Wiser As You Get Older?

Our brain activity slows down as we age. But do we gain wisdom to compensate?

Chronic Pain and the Brain

Treatment of chronic pain must include changing the established pain patterns in the brain.

For Bone Density – Let Them Eat Prunes!

Eating prunes improved bone density in a 2011 study of post-menopausal women.

Do You Need Spinal Fusion Surgery?

The results of the Swedish study of surgery in stenosis patients.
Tendon problems and your brain

Tendon problems and your brain

The brain is invariably involved in chronic tendon problems, and creative treatment solutions are needed.
We Came to Dance

We Came to Dance

  Click this link for an inspiring video: We Came to Dance

Today’s Spiritual and Health Imperative

The importance of self-acceptance.
Low Back Pain, Section 3: The lifecycle of back pain

Low Back Pain, Section 3: The lifecycle of back pain

Individual episodes of back pain may come and go. But back pain can recur and become embedded in your system.

Low Back Pain, Section 2: Research Status

Research status of spina manipulation for treating low back pain

Exercise Prevents Back Pain Recurrence

Exercise has been proven to prevent recurrence of low back pain.
Got Tight Hamstrings?

Got Tight Hamstrings?

Stretching doesn't necessary help your muscles to become less stiff. But it has an effect on the brain.

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