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Excellent Stretch for Pain Under Skull (Suboccipital Pain, Tension Headache) Dr Mandell

Occipital neuralgia is a condition in which the nerves that run from the top of the spinal cord up through the scalp, called the occipital nerves, are inflamed or injured. You might feel pain in the back of your head or the base of your skull. This is a very effective stretch to release the primary contracted and shortened muscles so you may get relief.

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Instant Relief for Neck and Mid-Back Pain, Pinched Nerve & Herniated Disc – Dr Mandell

Being aware of this simple activity that you're probably doing and not even realizing it, can make a huge difference for your pain and suffering.

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The Best Natural Herbs for Pain from Pinched Nerves, Neck & Back Pain, Sciatica

The safest and most effective way to help the healing of the body with pinched nerves / nerve inflammation is through proven scientific herbs and foods because of no side effects or damage to the organs of the body.

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Tap the Back of Your Skull and Feel What Happens – Dr Alan Mandell, DC

Hello everyone, this video is by far the most effective technique you will ever experience for involvement to the upper neck and suboccipital muscles. Many head, face, and neck conditions can be helped by utilizing this miracle technique. It works as a package…you will stretch, tap, and then open. It's very fast and simple to perform. I wish you lots of Good Health! Physical stress, forward head posture, and poor ergonomics commonly affects the suboccipital muscles to shorten and contract. This causes nerves to become inflamed and […]

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Can Degenerative Discs Heal Normal Again? (Neck Pain, Back Pain, Pinched Nerve) – Dr Mandell

Degenerative Disc Disease is silent until the later phases. This leads to chronic pain, disc herniation, and pinched nerves. Poor posture is the number one condition that leads to this chronic problem.

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Are You Really Wanting to Crack Your Own Neck and Back? – Dr. Alan Mandell/Chiropractor

If you are wanting to learn how to crack your own neck or back, then this video is definitely for you. Make sure you like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motivationaldoc/

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Neck Pain Release Stretch (How to Decompress Pinched Nerve) – Dr Mandell

Many doctors commonly overlook and misdiagnose this common condition worldwide. Doctors focus most of their attention to the spinal structures looking for herniated discs and pathological conditions in the spine. They commonly prescribe expensive diagnostic tests for unnecessary surgeries and procedures, raising your insurance premiums. The major nerves that come off the spine in the neck must first make its way between the anterior and medial scalenus muscles before it makes its way out to the body. Through chronic poor posture, poor ergonomics, forward head posture, rounded […]

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Stop Burning Pain in Shoulder Blades in Seconds (Simple Trigger Point Release Technique) Dr Mandell

Trigger points are discrete, focal, hyperirritable spots located in a taut band of skeletal muscle. They produce pain locally and in a referred pattern and often accompany chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Most of these conditions arise from poor posture, forward head carriage, rounded shoulders, and muscular weakness.

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Most Important Forward Head Correction Exercise (Help Correct Forward Head Posture) – Dr Mandell

This simple exercise technique can be done daily to help strengthen the weakened muscles that's causing forward head carriage and poor head posture.

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Quick Fix to Forward Head Posture (Damaging Effects) Comprehensive – Dr Mandell

Ideally the head should sit directly on the neck and shoulder, like a golf ball sits on a tee. The weight of the head is more like a bowling ball than golf ball, so holding it forward out of alignment puts a strain on the neck and upper back muscles, leading to disc degeneration, herniated discs, and pinched nerves. Poor posture directly affects your breathing, digestion, and many other internal organs.

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