“Back” to basics! In this month’s free newsletter, learn about causes and remedies for back pain!

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If you’ve ever had back pain, then you know it’s no joke.  In fact, its the second most reported problem in the US, right after headaches, so many of us have had the “pleasure” of being sidelined with back stiffness, soreness, pain, or lack of mobility.  

In this case, AIM literally has your back.  In this month’s newsletter, our docs address the causes and treatments for back pain, and also provide some exercises to do at home that can help strengthen the back.

senior back pain wake upAIM March 2014 Newsletter<—Click Here for the Newsletter!                                                                 Feel free to print and share                                                                     with other sore-backed friends!

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As always, if you find you are having back pain and need a little help, give us a call, and we can get you back to living a pain free life in no time.

We hope you enjoy the articles!

The AIM Team

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About alpine integrated medicine

AIM is based on the idea that when we martial our collective expertise, we can achieve great health outcomes for our patients. A truly integrated clinic, AIM's practitioners work together to provide an experience tailored to each individual. We believe in the power of natural healing, combined with the most current medical science available.
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