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Dr. Alpert's Blog

How pain killers sometimes increase chronic pain

Becoming addicted to pain medication is a disease. This is because the painkillers (e.g. Vicodin, OxyContin, Norco, Hydrocodone) - commonly prescribed by physicians to treat pain - cause a change in your brain chemistry that is not under your control.

Addiction to opioids can lead to fatal overdose. According to the CDC, 15,000 Americans died in 2011 as a result of opioid overdose. This is triple the rate from a decade ago.1 The alarming trend in opioid overdoses has caused the Centers for Disease Control to declare opioid addiction an epidemic.

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Massage Therapy: A Drug Free Alternative for Back Pain Relief

Massages aren't just for pampering at the spa. Unknown to many people, there is evidence that shows massage therapy may be as-or more effective than- standard medical treatment for nonspecific back pain. Read all about a new study:
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Best Pillows for Neck Pain or Back Pain

Patients with neck pain often ask "which is the best pillow to use?" and the truth is there’s no one pillow that works for everybody. This video reviews the advantages and disadvantages of different types of pillows. (http://www.spine-health.com/video/best-pillows-neck-pain-or-back-pain-video)

Colorectal Cancer & Obesity

I was reading through interesting articles and found this information. It is important as I have just had a colorectal screening and they found that I had one adenoma and three polyps. I had put it off for years and just decided to book the appointment. I am glad that I did. I believe that all people should have the procedure and rule out any colorectal problems.
 
Yours in Health,
Dr. Alpert
  
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BLOOD PRESSURE "SWITCH" FOUND ON HUMAN BODY...

Chicago, IL: A recent study conducted by the Hypertension
Center at the University of Chicago identified a small spot (the "Atlas area") on the body that appears to control blood pressure. In minutes, a single touch lowers blood pressure back to healthy levels. Top number drops 14 points, bottom number drops 8 points. No drug on Earth can match this instant miracle. Who knew it was this simple? It's almost like a switch that allows doctors to dial down your blood pressure in minutes.

The amazing thing is that I work with this method every day in my office!

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