Category Archives: Pain

ANF Testimonial: Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Syndrome

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) acts like a sliding hinge that connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull, which are in front of each ear. This joint, located on each side of the jaw, lets you move your them up and down and side to side, so you can talk, chew, and yawn.…
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ANF Testimonial: Lower Back Pain

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), back pain is one of the most prevalent sources of distress worldwide. The pain is usually around the neck, middle back, or lower back and is often triggered by your sitting, standing, or bending positions. As opposed to neck pain and middle back pain, lower back pain…
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Chronic Pain and Inflammation

Chronic Pain and Inflammation Inflammation in any part of the body can have a massive effect in a person's overall health. It is a manifestation of the body's immune response as part of its defense mechanism. Moreover, it is your biological response in trying to remove irritation or something harmful (such as bacteria and viruses)…
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Back Pain Treatment with ANF Therapy Discs

Pain in the back (back pain) is particularly common and is one of the most prevalent reason people go to the doctor or miss work. Most people have back pain at least once. Back pain can be felt anywhere along the spine. It is usually around the neck, middle back, or lower back, from the…
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Knee Pain and Inflammation

Patients with knee pain experience a negative impact on their quality of life because of disability. Many of those affected with knee pain and inflammation try different remedies to get pain relief. Research has shown that the popular over-the-counter supplements that are supposed to decrease knee pain don’t work as well as they should. You…
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ANF Therapy Review: Pain While Walking

Old school philosophy used to think that only heavy-duty (and high-impact) aerobic exercises offer any kind of health benefits. That has since changed. A number of studies has shown that physical activities that are less taxing are associated with lower rates of heart disease, some cancers, and several other illnesses if they are done regularly.…
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