The Best Back Pain Treatment

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The Best Back Pain Treatment

Exercise is a the top key element of almost any back pain treatment plan. Whether it’s completed at home or with a spine health professional, like our famous doc, Dr. Jason Hurst who specializes in spine health. For years he’s treated his patients with his exercise plan that targets the common causes of back pain. I can not praise this program enough, I always recommend it to all my friends and colleagues. His back pain treatment is by far the best back pain treatment today. After years of studies and great results with all his patients at all three facilities. He had to share it with the world, he was a guest on ABC and NBC for his award winning back pain treatment that caught the attention of everyone for it’s ground breaking results. Now you have the opportunity to get this amazing back pain treatment. With it’s three main components, aerobic conditioning, stretching, and strengthening. These exercises are the best to help relief the common causes of back pain. It’s a controlled, progressive program, with the goal of building towards a stronger, more flexible spine. If your dealing with back pain and have tried everything to get relief but had no luck. Trust me your in the right place, after you try Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems you won’t need anything else. It’s effective and helps relief back pain caused by the common causes of back pain, like disease or injury to the muscles, bones, and/or nerves of the spine.

Common Causes:

Nerve root syndromes are those that produce symptoms of nerve impingement (a nerve is directly irritated), often due to a herniation (or bulging) of the disc between the lower back bones.

Sciatica is an example of nerve root impingement. Impingement pain tends to be sharp, affecting a specific area, and associated with numbness in the area of the leg that the affected nerve supplies.

Herniated discs develop as the spinal discs degenerate or grow thinner. The jellylike central portion of the disc bulges out of the central cavity and pushes against a nerve root. Intervertebral discs begin to degenerate by the third decade of life. Herniated discs are found in one-third of adults older than 20 years of age. Only 3% of these, however, produce symptoms of nerve impingement.

Spinal disc degeneration coupled with disease in joints of the low back can lead to spinal-canal narrowing (spinal stenosis). These changes in the disc and the joints produce symptoms and can be seen on an X-ray. A person with spinal stenosis may have pain radiating down both lower extremities while standing for a long time or walking even short distances.

Spondylosis occurs as intervertebral discs lose moisture and volume with age, which decreases the disc height. Even minor trauma under these circumstances can cause inflammation and nerve root impingement, which can produce classic sciatica without disc rupture.

Musculoskeletal pain syndromes that produce low back pain include myofascial pain syndromes and fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia results in widespread pain and tenderness throughout the body. Generalized stiffness, fatigue, and muscle aches are reported.

Myofascial pain is characterized by pain and tenderness over localized areas (trigger points), loss of range of motion in the involved muscle groups, and pain radiating in a characteristic distribution but restricted to a peripheral nerve. Relief of pain is often reported when the involved muscle group is stretched.

Noninfectious inflammation of the spine (spondylitis) can cause stiffness and pain in the spine that is particularly worse in the morning. Ankylosing spondylitis typically begins in adolescents and young adults.

Cauda equina syndrome is a medical emergency whereby the spinal cord is directly compressed. Disc material expands into the spinal canal, which compresses the nerves. A person would experience pain, possible loss of sensation, and bowel or bladder dysfunction. This could include inability to control urination causing incontinence or the inability to begin urination. If you experience get medical attention asap.

Many things cause back pain, even referred pain from organs also can. It’s always important to get diagnosed to be safe. Once your sure of what has cause your back pain then you’ll know what to do to help it. For diseases or injury to the muscles, bones, and nerves of the spine, Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems will be the best program you’ll ever find! To Learn more about The Best Back Pain Treatment go to Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems.

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The Best Fruit For Cleansing & Weight Loss

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The Best Fruit For Cleansing & Weight Loss

I must say how excited I ‘am to know just how much nutritional Watermelon is for us. Do you remember how much you enjoyed eating watermelon as a child? I do, and I still love to eat it every summer and even all year round. Watermelons are great for hydrating your body in the hot sun. That’s why watermelon is more than just refreshing and tasty. Watermelon is great for cleansing, weight loss and your health. Don’t let its lightness fool you; it’s packed with nutrition. Watermelon is an inexpensive way to help you cleanse your body and lose weight. A one cup serving of watermelon is only 47 calories. Yes, watermelon is 92 percent water but that other 8 percent is filled with good nutrition and amazing health benefits. Watermelon is recommended by the American Council on Exercise as a good choice of diet food.

 

How Watermelon Helps with Cleansing, Weight Loss & Health

1. Extremely alkaline-forming in the body
Fat cells contain toxicity and acid. Your body will not let go of fat cells while you are still acidic.

2. High amount of citrulline
It creates a diuretic effect (lots of peeing) as the toxins leave your body. Citrulline makes arginine which removes ammonia and other toxins from the body. Also, arginine boosts nitric oxide, which improves blood flow. This is why a watermelon detox works so well.

3. High in dietary fiber that helps keep the colon clean, helping cleanse your body.

4. Contains glutathione that helps improve liver function.
Your body needs this to begin to detox body toxins. Glutathione is the body’s most powerful antioxidant and detoxifying agent, but outside the science community, few people have even heard of it.

5. Good source of potassium
This balances the high amounts of sodium in our diets which supports your kidneys and is great when cleansing.

6.  Prevents Wrinkles
Watermelon is high is lycopene. Lycopene helps slow down the effect of aging caused by the oxidation in your body that causes wrinkles and blemishes. 

7. Reduces inflammation
Inflammation contributes to conditions like asthma, atherosclerosis, diabetes, colon cancer and arthritis. Less inflammation means lower toxic load in the body.


 

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Kim Kardashian has Watermelon in her diet. Kim said, it really helps keeping my skin glowing and weight under control and it’s always helped my potassium during my pregnancy. She went on a diet after the birth of her baby North West, and Watermelon was on the list of her favs. Delicious and loves it on her salads.

Caution:  There are many good medicinal reasons to consume watermelon, but remember not to over-consume it.

 


My Watermelon Story

When I was disabled for ten years, with a partly functioning digestive system and could only eat 12 foods, watermelon was a lifesaver for me. I eat half of a big watermelon daily. I am grateful for watermelons helping me on my journey back to health.

Watermelon to Cleanse Your Body

  • If you are looking for a way to cleanse your body of toxins try a watermelon cleanse.
  • A watermelon detox helps cleanse your body by removing body toxins that are slowing down your metabolism. Ridding your body of toxins helps boost your metabolism.
  • When wastes build up in your body, skin conditions like cellulite occur. It’s best to do preventative detoxes to get rid of toxins before this happens.

Replace 1 Meal A Day with Watermelon.

Some people try to eat only watermelon for a week or longer. This is too unbalanced, too cleansing and too restrictive for most bodies. It’s healthy and safe to replace a single daily meal with a serving of watermelon.

Bonus Benefit: Watermelon also has Viagra-like properties.

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You Don’t Really Have Sciatica…

Did you know that Sciatica tends to be the most overused “diagnosis” with patients and family doctors?  For years now… the majority of patients that come into my office for low back pain, tell me that they have sciatica.  When in reality, they have absolutely no symptoms of sciatica.  Unfortunately,  most of them tell me that it was their family doctor that gave them this mis-diagnosis. 

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What is Sciatica?

The term sciatica can include a number of different resulting conditions all stemming from a root cause… the sciatic nerve.  This is usually caused by chronic irritation of one or more of the spinal nerves L4 – S4. The usual causes are trauma to the inter-vertebral discs associated with the roots of spinal nerves L4 _ S4, but a number of other causes, including improperly administered hypodermic injections into the gluteal muscle, have been documented. Whatever the cause, sciatica is characterized by pain along the course of the sciatic nerve through the hip and down the back of the leg.
Pressure, either chronic or acute, applied to the sciatic nerve’s dorsal and/or ventral roots may result in a number of symptoms in addition to pain.

  • Weakness in the lower leg muscles.
  • Inability of the lower leg muscles to control the ankle and foot can result in impaired gait due to foot drop.
  • Sensory disturbances such as paresthesia (a tingling or “pins and needles” sensation)
  • Hyperesthesia (increased or extreme sensitivity of receptors, particularly touch, temperature, and pain receptors).
  • Severe sciatica can even result in wasting of the muscles of the lower leg.

 

How Do You Know If You Have It?

You will feel a burning sensation, numbness, or tingling radiating from the lower back and upper buttock down the back of the hamstrings to the back of the calf muscles.  Walking can be almost impossible because every time you extend your leg forward the sciatic nerve becomes stretched and produces immediate pain.  This is where a lot of people come in to my office misdiagnosed.  Their pain will be isolated to the low back only, or the pain travels to the groin or down the front of the leg.

 

Sciatica Treatment

 

What Does It Feel Like

• Shooting pain when walking or bending at the waist.

• Sharp stabbing pains when moving the legs in certain positions.

• Pain when lying down, sitting, standing, walking, etc.

• Numbness in the feet and toes.

• Trouble controlling limb, loss of balance.

• Legs collapsing out from under you.

 

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What Can You Do Sciatica

Apply heat or ice to the painful area. Refrain from normal activity to reduce inflammation. You may want to take over-the-counter pain relievers if you have no allergies to them, including ibuprofen.  Avoid shoes with elevated heels.  Follow the protocol outlined in the Doctor’s Back Pain System™ that I provide.  In most cases, after only a few minutes of specific stretches, you’ll notice immediate relief.  Keep in mind, this relief will be short lived at least until we work on correcting the muscle imbalances that created the problem to begin with.  Doctor’s Back Pain System™ is the key for Cracking The Code For Chronic Pain™.

If you haven’t already… sign up for my free webinar explaining your back pain in further detail.  You can eliminate your pain at home, without drugs, needles, or surgery if you just have a specific plan to follow.  Inside my webinar, I will explain exactly what that plan is.

Yours in health,

Dr Jason Hurst, DC, CCSP, CSCS

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www.DoctorsPainReliefSystems.com

 

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Weight Loss Tips for Over 50’s

Looking for some great weight loss tips for over 50? Has the dreaded “middle age spread” added inches to your waistline? If so, you’re not alone. Sedentary jobs and slowing metabolisms cause many middle-aged individuals to gain weight. It can be discouraging to find that the foods you ate in your youth without a second thought are now making the scale creep higher and higher. But you don’t have to take it sitting down! Here are some effective weight loss tips for people over the age of 50.

 

1. Skip the crash diets.

When you were younger, your hormones did a lot to keep you healthy. After the age of 50, you will need to focus on good nutrition to get the same effect. Avoid starving yourself or limiting your diet too strictly.

You need vitamins and minerals now more than ever. Eat a variety of colorful vegetables, fruits, lean meats, and low-fat dairy products.

Increase your fiber intake to at least 30 grams a day for optimal digestive health. Dehydration can lead to stiff joints, aches and pains, so make sure you’re drinking 64 oz of water each day as well.

 

2. Protect your bones.

Calcium deficiency can lead to a loss of bone density and full-blown osteoporosis. Men over 50 need 1,500 mg of calcium each day. Women over 50 and men over 65 require 1,500 mg of calcium daily to stave off the loss of bone density.

Vitamin D is crucial for calcium absorption. Men over 50 and postmenopausal women require 400-800 i.u. of vitamin D every day. At the age of 65, this requirement increases to 600 – 800 i.u. per day.

 

3. Combine cardio exercise with strength training.

Cardio exercise will strengthen your heart and lungs and keep your joints supple. Strength training exercises counteract muscle and bone deterioration, and can prevent fractures at vulnerable sites like the wrists and hips.

Ideally, adults over 50 should engage in weight-bearing cardio exercises, such as walking or dancing, for 20 – 30 minutes, 4 – 5 times a week. They should also do strength-training exercises 3 times a week.

The appropriate amount of exercise varies according to each individual’s level of wellness and fitness.

If you’ve been diagnosed with low bone mass (osteopenia), get your doctor’s approval before doing exercises that require you to bend or twist your spine.

 

4. Take injuries seriously.

Injuries can affect anyone at any age, but older adults need to take steps to ensure that a simple strain doesn’t turn into something more serious.

Exercise is an important part of a healthy weight loss routine, so you don’t want an injury to keep you on the sidelines.

If you experience acute pain during or after a workout, take a break and assess the injury. A strained muscle might require a few days of rest, massage, gentle stretching, and an anti-inflammatory supplement like Zyflamend.

Sore joints might need rest, anti-inflammatory medicines, and a joint supplement. Any bone injury should be looked at by a doctor.

Also, if you have a disease that decreases your body’s healing abilities or weakens your immune system, play it safe and go to your doctor for advice.

 

5. Get plenty of rest.

Adequate sleep is important for many reasons. It allows your body to rest and renew itself, keeps stress hormones at a minimal level, and helps your muscles and joints recover after a workout.

While insomnia is a common complaint among older people, it’s not a normal part of the aging process.

If you have trouble falling or staying asleep, adding regular exercise to your daily routine can help. Daily exposure to sunlight has also been linked to improved sleep quality.

If you think you might need a sleep aid, ask your doctor to recommend one that won’t leave you groggy the next morning.

 

6. Set realistic goals.

Weight loss is possible for people young and old, but the sad truth is that it might not happen as fast as you’d like once you reach a certain age.

Don’t expect a rapid reduction in weight. Instead, set a goal of 1 pound per week. Keep a food and exercise journal to track the number of calories you consume and burn each day.

If you’re doing everything right and still not losing weight, talk to your doctor to find out if underlying health problems or medications could be interfering with your weight loss.

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Bye for now,

Dr Jason Hurst, DC, CCSP, CSCS

3 Miracle Foods that Burn Fat

Are there really foods that burn fat? It may sound too good to be true, but scientific studies have found that people who consume certain foods end up losing more weight than those who don’t eat the foods – even when all other factors are the same!

Let’s take a look at three of the most popular foods that burn fat, according to science:

Beans

Beans are a preferred protein source for dieters everywhere. They contain a healthy mix of protein and carbohydrates. Beans are challenging to digest, so it takes your body longer to process them. This is a good thing, because it keeps your blood sugar stable and helps you stay full longer.

But the real magic of beans lies in their fiber content. Fiber is like a workout for your digestive system. It keeps things running smoothly, and prevents your blood glucose from spiking too high. Plain beans are the best choice. Sugary baked beans or fatty refried beans can sabotage your weight loss efforts by supplying too many calories and simple carbs.

Skim Milk

Of all the foods that burn fat, calcium is perhaps the most popular proven metabolism booster. In fact, studies have proven that calcium causes weight loss. Two groups of test subjects were studied. The groups did everything the same, except that one group received several servings of calcium each day. Surprisingly, that group lost almost three times as much weight as the group who did not receive extra calcium.

You can get calcium from vegetables like broccoli, but dairy products remain the most popular choice. Choose products made from 2%, 1%, or fat-free milk. They deliver the greatest amount of calcium in the lowest amount of calories.

Green Tea

Green tea has been touted as a dieter’s miracle product for years. It contains powerful antioxidants that reduce the number of potentially cancerous free radicals in the body. Its modest caffeine content is enough to perk up your heart rate and metabolism without putting undue stress on your body. It is also a mild diuretic, which can be helpful for getting rid of retained fluid.

Green tea has also been studied as a fat-burner, and the results have been encouraging. People who drink 4 – 6 cups of green tea per day enjoy faster weight loss than those who don’t drink green tea.

Bonus: Water

Okay, it doesn’t contain nutrition, but water would still rank highly on any list of foods that burn fat. It dilutes sodium to beat bloating, pushes retained fluid from our bodies, promotes healing, and satisfies the appetite. But did you know that water can also keep your metabolism running at maximum efficiency?

It’s true: Our kidneys are our primary filtration system. They help pass toxins and waste fluids out of our bodies. But they need plenty of hydration to keep functioning well. When they are deprived of water, the kidneys call on the liver for back-up.

While the liver can serve as a secondary filtration system, that is not its best use. It is designed for, and excels at, turning stored fat into usable energy. But when it has to support the kidneys, the liver cannot metabolize fat as quickly as it used to. You can bring your metabolism back up to speed by drinking plenty of water each day.

For a quick and productive diet overhaul, start eating foods that burn fat. Add 64 ounces of pure drinking water each day, and you will be on your way to successful and permanent weight loss.

 

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