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  • A Nutrition Plan That Works

    A nutrition plan will only work if you personalize it to your needs and your likes and dislikes. Some recommended diet may be wonderful, but if broccoli is a big feature and you cannot stand broccoli, forget it.

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  • Diet and Weight Control

    Two variables control weight: diet and exercise. To lose weight, a person must employ both. Too much emphasis on one or the other, and balance is distorted. Anorexia and bulimia are two conditions of extreme dieting that result when balance is lost.

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  • When to Use Hot or Cold Therapy

    Although you should always see your doctor for an injury, it is also important to understand when to use hot or cold therapy. For simple injuries like a mild sprain or lower back pain, starting treatment early can really make a difference in healing time.

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  • Components of a Complete Diet

    Carbohydrates are the breads, cereals, rice, and pastas that form the foundation of the food pyramid, and experts recommend six to eleven servings daily. Typical serving sizes include one slice of bread, one ounce of breakfast cereal, or one-half cup of pasta.

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  • Lower Back Pain

    Lower back pain is extremely common and it′s the leading cause of disability in that age 45 and younger. Moreover, it is the third leading cause of disability in those younger than 45 years old.

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  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome

    Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder that can causes patients discomfort and inflammation in the muscles and connective tissue in the body.

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  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    Thoracic outlet syndrome can cause neck and shoulder pain or numbness in the fingers. This syndrome can be categorized in three different ways: neurological, vascular and nonspecific.

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  • How Much of What?

    The body needs six kinds of nutrients: carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water. Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats give you energy, while vitamins, minerals, and water keep the body machinery humming to deliver that energy. They support the enzymes and hormones that carry out the chemical reactions that make everything happen.

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  • Different Causes of Heel Pain

    Experiencing heel pain is a pretty common issue that orthopedic doctors see on a regular basis. Unfortunately, it is a part of the body that is hard to rest since most patients want to stay mobile while they heal.

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  • Causes and Treatments for Back Spasms

    Back spasms are spontaneous contractions of the back muscles. When these spasms hit, they can leave a person in debilitating pain. The pain can be so severe that it can interfere with a person’s work and daily activities. The pain can last for a couple weeks.

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    Athletic Orthopedics

    Athletic Orthopedics

    Athletic Orthopedics
    & Knee Center
    9180 Katy Freeway
    Suite 200
    Houston, TX 77055





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