Monthly Archives: September 2009

Spinal Decompression Therapy and Back Pain

The mystique of technology as a fix for everything extends to back pain — in particular, as spinal decompression therapy, an offering that has gained visibility as among the latest in spine care (along with laser treatment — this article … Continue reading

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Therapeutics and Somatics

This entry contrasts standard therapeutics for pain with clinical somatic education, for relief of pain. It explains the origins of pain and how therapeutic approaches work (or don’t work). To begin, I’ll state my bias: I am a clinical somatic … Continue reading

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