Managing Cholesterol with Healthy Eating Habits

Estimated time to read 3 min, 508 words (disclaimer) Main Points 1. 39% of the world population has high cholesterol2. Cholesterol is important for the body but too much can be a problem.3. Life style changes may be better than crash diets. 4. List of recipes. Cholesterol is produced by the liver and is important […]

The Spine is Stronger Than We Think

Estimated time to read 15 min, 2810 words (disclaimer) Main Points 1. The body is strong and resilient.2. There is potential to improve.3. Fear of movement and the impression that the body is weak is associated with persistent / chronic pain.4. Abnormalities found on X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans may or may not be associated […]

The Relationship of Osteoarthritis, Spinal Discs, and Degenerative Joint Disease With Pain

Estimated time to read 18 min, 3406 words (disclaimer) Summary: Findings from radiology exams will show issues within the body but it does not indicate if those findings are the cause of pain or dysfunction. It is difficult to change our beliefs, but understanding that there are other potential mechanisms involved with the sensation and […]