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In short: "Lower back pain is one of the most frequent reasons people visit the doctor. Yet doctors are finding drugs should actually often be the last line of treatment for it. A new guideline out Tuesday from the American College of Physicians suggests doctors recommend exercise and treatments like heat wraps, yoga, and mindfulness meditation to their patients before turning to medications like opioids or even over-the-counter painkillers."http://annals.org/aim/article/2603228/noninvasive-treatments-acute-subacute-chronic-low-back-pain-clinical-practicePaddle on....Jim
I have to do it EVERY Evening - and most evenings, or I start to lock up. If I try to skip it, I can't even put on my socks without "that ol' twinge" in the lower back.
10... You're obviously not there yet: "Later in life the problem tends to go away of it's own accord, so that's one of the few benefits of getting older." In your dreams...Maybe if you're 40 ..50/60 looks later. Push the needle a good bit farther and closeouts come mas rapido. I have a lady who works for me on 20+ pills daily. ..I'm just trying to get her to Medicare because BC/BS is whacking her with an $850.monthly insurance payment and a $11k total, deductible. (husband is already on MC ..but collectively make too much money to get into 'Affordable Care Act')The issues you have when you are 40 are ones you wish you could go back to.Jim