Men's Health

Banish Back Pain the Natural Way

Team up! People who played organized sports were up to 16 percent less likely to develop lower-back pain, a 2017 British review found.

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The part can never be well unless the whole is well. —Plato

Nothing pisses off a back pain sufferer more than hearing someone say, “It’s all in your head.” But that’s basically what Seattle spine surgeon David Hanscom, M.D., has told more than 600 of his patients. And after three to six months on his plan—without any prescription medication or even exercise or

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