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  • Common Causes of Back Pain

    December 11, 2020 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    Common Causes of Back Pain

    Back pain is one of the leading causes of disabilities among individuals 45 years of age and younger. Back pain…

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  • How to Deal With Back and Neck Pain at Work

    November 13, 2020 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    How to Deal With Back and Neck Pain at Work

    Back and neck pain are common complaints after a hard day’s work. Stress, bad posture and faulty…

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  • What Is the Graston Technique®?

    July 31, 2020 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    What Is the Graston Technique®?

    At Terrapin Care Center, we provide various methods to help relieve your pain and improve your quality of life. The…

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  • Understanding Disc Bulges and Herniations

    January 17, 2020 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    Understanding Disc Bulges and Herniations

    Your spine plays an important role in maintaining your posture and supporting your frame. It is made of…

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  • All You Need to Know About Trigger Point Therapy

    December 06, 2019 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    All You Need to Know About Trigger Point Therapy

    If your muscles are overused or stressed from trauma, inflammation, and electrolyte imbalance, you may have painful “knots” or trigger…

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  • 6 Effective Ways to Prevent Back Pain

    September 27, 2019 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    6 Effective Ways to Prevent Back Pain

    Back pain is a common concern among many individuals. It can happen as a result of trauma, muscle strain or…

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  • 5 Important Facts About Lower Back Pain You Should Know

    July 19, 2019 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    5 Important Facts About Lower Back Pain You Should Know

    Your lower back, also known as the lumbar region, provides movement, structural support, and protection of certain body tissues. Muscle…

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  • Things You Need to Know About Scoliosis

    July 05, 2019 / Daniel J. Kraus, D.C.
    Things You Need to Know About Scoliosis

    Your spinal cord ideally runs straight down the middle of your back. For those with scoliosis, however, the…

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