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Multi-Specialty Practices: What Makes Them Different?

We are so fortunate to be a part of a culture where so many options are available to us, especially when it comes to our health and wellbeing. Often times, we hold off on taking care of ourselves, because of the actual time and effort that is required! As a result, we are impacting our overall health and vitality by neglecting the necessary care that we need to remain healthy, strong, and able to perform our everyday essential functions. That’s where Multi-Speciality Practices (MSP), like San Diego Spine and Rehab, come in! With an MSP, you are afforded all of … Continue reading

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Back Pain: It Doesn’t Have to Rule Your Life!

We’ve all been there. You aren’t used to this level of pain, and you’re able to tolerate it, initially. You carry on with your daily life, uncomfortably adjusting in the office, in the car, and when you’re trying to sleep at night. The days, weeks, and months go by, and before you know it, your pain is increasingly affecting the everyday tasks that never seemed so taxing before! In the United States, the most common cause of disability in people under 40 years of age is back pain! Back pain can not only be painful, but it also takes a … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Prenatal Extended Manual Therapy

What is Prenatal Extended Manual Therapy? Prenatal Extended Manual Therapy relaxes tense muscles, eases sore spots, improves circulation and mobility, and just makes you feel good! Most importantly, it’s tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies, so our licensed therapists adjust their techniques accordingly. How do I lie down on the table? Some women find it uncomfortable to lay face down right from the start of pregnancy because of their tender, swollen breasts. Also, you can’t lay face down on the traditional massage table because your belly button has started to grow or protrude. On … Continue reading

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