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How to Fix Chronic Ear Congestion Movement is Medicine

Ear congestion can be a pain. It can cause hearing loss, dizziness, and terrible headaches. Whether you're experiencing it for the first time or are afflicted with chronic ear congestion, it can be very frustrating and painful.  It's always helps to know what you're up against, but that can be tricky with ear congestion. There are many different causes of ear congestion and in order to fix your condition, you need to know the best place to start. Join us for the latest episode of the Movement is Medicine Show with our amazing guest Dr. Becky Hoppins, along with Dr. Annie and Dr. Lee to show you how to alleviate chronic ear congestion through simple yet effective methods.
  1. How to Fix Chronic Ear Congestion
  2. Stretching: Are you doing it wrong?
  3. Headaches No More! Everything you need to know about how to rid yourself of headaches
  4. Sciatica: What is it, why does it happen, what not to do, and how we fix it
  5. Meet Flex – The Dynamo Behind Lynnwood Anytime Fitness & Nutrition Expert

How to Fix Chronic Ear Congestion

May 11, 2022

When the ear is blocked, it can cause a host of other problems. Many people suffer from chronic ear congestion, which makes it difficult to hear and sometimes leads to irritability and headaches. If your ears are constantly stuffy, you may be suffering from chronic ear congestion. If you’re not sure, here’s everything you need…

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Stretching: Are You Doing it Wrong?

April 22, 2022
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Headaches: What Causes Them & What You Can Do to Fix It

March 16, 2022
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Sciatica: What is it, what makes it worse, and how can we treat it?

March 2, 2022
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Meet Flex – The Dynamo Behind Lynnwood Anytime Fitness

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How to Prep for Winter Sports (prevent injury, stay out longer, and have more fun)

January 26, 2022

How to Prep for Winter Sports with Dr. James Bradley Brace Yourselves…Winter is Here!  The leaves have fallen and there is snow in the mountains.  If you’re like me, this means that you are starting to get antsy about making those first turns in some fresh powder.  Besides getting our skis and snowboards waxed and…

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