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Remove the Pain 2020 Campaign

Come get a free yard sign at Balance Orlando and support our “Remove the Pain Campaign.” When you take a picture with one of our yard signs around Orlando and tag #BalanceOrlando or #EmpowerYoga on Facebook or Instagram, that will enter you into a random drawing for a free treatment at one of these locations. […]

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Lower Back Pain: Who Gets It And Why?

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Lower back pain is such a common affliction that, according to the NIH (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases), nearly 8 in 10 Americans are affected at some point in their lives. Along with acute or chronic pain, symptoms can include limited flexibility and range of motion, as well as an inability […]

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Shin Splints: Fast Facts

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What are shin splints? Let us educate you: *The term “shin splints” is used loosely to refer to pain in the shin area. *Shin splints usually involve inflammation stemming from repetitive overuse injuries to the muscles and connective tissue surrounding the shinbone. *“Repetitive overuse injury” means you keep wiping your shin muscles out each time […]

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More Than Just A Pain In The Neck

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Chronic or acute neck pain afflicts millions of people each year. In the United States, pain in the neck is the eighth leading cause of disability and accounts for more than 10 million ambulatory medical care visits each year, according to research summarized in the Annals of Family Medicine. Although many people are tempted to dismiss […]

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Got Neck Pain? We’ve Got Neck Stretches.

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Stretches for Neck Pain Over the long run, stretching and strength training for your neck will provide the most sustained benefit when it comes to keeping the pain away. To ease your neck pain, you will want to begin with a series of gentle, slow range of motion exercises, moving your neck up and down, […]

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS): What You Need To Know

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is also known as median nerve dysfunction or median nerve entrapment. The median nerve is the nerve that supplies feeling and movement to parts of the hand. When there is pressure on this nerve, symptoms such as pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness of the hand and fingers can occur. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, […]

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How To Ease The Pain of Sciatica

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If you are experiencing severe sciatic pain, especially weakness in the leg, please see a medical doctor before pursuing alternative treatments. What can I do to ease the pain of sciatica? Physicians may prescribe a range of medicines to ease the symptoms of the pain of sciatica, including anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxants, narcotics, and even some low-grade […]

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Lordosis: Beyond Swayback

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Is what you’re referring to lordosis, or hyperlordosis? Lordosis actually is the normal curvature of the lower back and the neck. Most often when people speak of lordosis as a problem causing lower back pain, they mean excessive lordosis: an exaggerated curvature of the lower back. It’s what people also call “swayback.” Usually excessive lordosis comes with […]

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Sciatica Pain: A One-Sided Problem

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According to a Harvard health report, back pain afflicts four out of five Americans at some point in their lives. Many of these people experience sciatica, a term often used synonymously with “back pain,”  but which is actually not a condition on its own. Rather, sciatica pain is a collection of symptoms which result from […]

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