Steve Hefferon

Steve Hefferon

Steve Hefferon holds a B.S. degree in Health/Fitness, an A.S. in Physical Therapy, and is a Certified Massage Therapist in the state of Maryland. He has combined his skills as a massage therapist and fitness expert to become one of the country's leading post-rehabilitation specialists. Steve has written countless articles that have appeared both online and in print publications. He is also the Research Director for both The Healthy Back Institute and Living Well Nutraceuticals.

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Rolfing Therapy: A Way to Align the Body and Relieve Pain

Rolfing has allowed people to stand straighter, move better then ever and gain height through its focus on correcting tissue fixations. So if you suffer muscle or skeletal pain and have tried traditional massage, why not go one step farther and give Rolfing a try...

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Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

The Sacroiliac joint (SI) connects the base of the spine to the pelvis, this joint can become irritated and is easily inflamed, resulting in pain in the lower back and buttocks. Learn the causes, symptoms and treatments that work best...

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Why Back Surgery Usually Fails

If you opt for back pain surgery¸ it must not only work on decreasing your pain so you can safely go home. It also must answer THE five questions related to the root cause or causes of your pain.

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You Don't have to be Perfect to be Free of Back Pain

You can have serious conditions and still have no pain... put in the effort and believe... gain the power to heal yourself back in your control.

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Hidden Dangers at the Gym for your Back and Body...

Working out can lead to injury... the challenge is in knowing how it can happen and how to prevent it... and learn to listen to your body its telling you something...

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The Healing Power of a Great Night's Sleep

Sleep helps your body heal. If you're not getting good sleep you're not giving your muscles, especially your back muscles, time to rejuvenate themselves for the next day's activities...

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7 Reasons Everyone with Back Pain Should Consider Inversion Therapy

Back pain can suck the joy right out of your life…learn and adopt Inversion Therapy to find relief…

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Large Breasts And Back Pain

Very large breasts can cause severe pain, deteriorating posture, and a risk for spinal deformity. The challenge is to maintain an efficient posture through proper strengthening and “CORE” stabilization exercises.

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Poop Your Way Free of Back Pain

Abdominal gas can be devastating to the back-pain sufferer, especially one who is trying to take a more natural approach and is using stretching and exercise to get relief. Here’s why:

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My Wife's Triumph Over Uterine Fibroids

Proteolytic enzymes are a remarkable substance , when it comes to uterine fibroids, they help break down and remove excess fibrous tissue, which is what fibroids are mostly made of.

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Laugh Your Way to Pain Relief

Building a positive focus in your life—which includes a regular dose of laughter—can play a key role in supporting the body's ability to cure illnesses through its own healing system.

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What Are Systemic Proteolytic Enzymes and How Can You Benefit from Them?

If working towards optimal health is your goal…using systemic proteolytic enzymes as part of a well-planned recovery process, is like a commitment to make improvements in your life.

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3 Sure-fire Ways to Reduce Pain and Speed Healing

Allow your body to heal effectively. Do this with insufficient recovery time, unexpected limitations develop that hinder your ability to make gains and recover from injuries.

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Back Pain starts with Poor Posture!

Your posture is the result of your Habits, Pattern, Positions and the things you do everyday. It's important to take a proactive approach to prevent any further progression of your condition.

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How loved one can help in a Medical Crisis…

Those who care for a person with a health problem go through the same fear, anger, and frustration. It is critical for you and your loved one to communicate your feelings, for them to help you better.

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