I saw this mentioned on a thread about scoliosis, but wanted to ask directly if anyone has experience with inversion tables and whether you recommend them. I acquired a bulding disk in my neck from a car accident a few years back, and have some... (more)
I have an inversion table in my office and use it therapeutically with patients suffering from sciatica. I have recommended home-use this type of device for dozens, if not hundreds of patients. An inversion table, when used properly and carefully... (more)
I have moderate scoliosis and am a bit concerned about my intake of calcium meeting my body's needs so as to not end up with osteoporosis. I take synthroid which I know prevents calcium absorption to a point. Does anyone know of a good Paleo... (more)
I am on the cusp of strongly recommending paleo/primal to someone I know, but I want to be able to offer up the most helpful info possible to get the adult scoliosis and related pain under control as the first order of business, otherwise I think... (more)
There are some questions here that cover the treatment of scoliosis for adults. What I am interested in are methods to slow or prevent scoliosis in adolescents.
Hello Loon: You actually ask two different questions (one in the subject header and another in the body). My answer to the first Q. is: Paleo diet alone will have a positive effect, but is less effective than using Paleo diet PLUS a comprehensive,... (more)
Fun article about fermented foods in the Arctic circle
Who wants to do Whole30 with me?
Paleo and Body Type Theory?