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Back Injury
Your back is composed of a complex structure of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and disks. Any or some of these parts may be subjected to strain from physical activity, trauma or deformity, and lead to back injury.

Back Pain and Osteopathy
Osteopathy can be a very effective treatment in alleviating back pain. Read on for more information.

Bone Health
Most of us take our bones for granted until a bad fall causes fractures or breaks, or osteoporosis prevents us from becoming physically active. While a strong physical force may directly cause bone damage and old age may lead to osteoporosis, poor nu...

Building bone health
Good bone health ensures an increased overall quality of life. Healthy bones provide protection against injury, allow for mobility and house minerals essential to the performance of other systems in the body.

Disc Damage
Your spinal cord is composed of bones that are covered by discs that act as your bone’s protective covering. Discs allow you to move your spinal cord and keep the bones that make up your spinal cord in place.

It is a painful condition that affects a surprising number of women, but the good news is that there are natural ways of managing the condition.

Natural Arthritis Treatments
What Natural Therapies will aid the managment of Arthritis

Natural Back Pain Treatments
There are many non-invasive natural treatments to help with back pain. Read on for more.

Natural Treatments for Osteoporosis
A range of natural treatments or medicines offer hope for osteoporosis sufferers.

Neurology is the study of the nervous system of the human body. It comes from the Greek words “neuron” (nerves) and “logia” (study).

The word “osteoporosis” literally means porous bones and it occurs when bones lose too much of their protein and mineral content – especially calcium.

Should You Try a Standing Desk?
Standing desks can counteract the effects of seated desk work. But are they worth the investment?