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    AlignMed in Delta Sky Magazine - Jan 2018

    AlignMed in Delta Sky Magazine - Jan 2018
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    "[The AlignMed Shirt] Truly is functional apparel. You put it on and it stabilizes you, almost like a splint. If you have a tree that's bending, a stake can hold it into position so it grows to stay upright. The same is true of a misaligned spine."

    AlignMed Featured on USA Today

    AlignMed Featured on USA Today
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    NBA star Dwight Howard has worn one, so has Peyton Manning. Major league pitchers have worn them. NBA player Eric Gordon of the New Orleans Pelicans was wearing one last Monday when he returned from a 21-game layoff with a torn labrum.It's a "Posture Shirt," made by a company called Alignmed, and its job is to help keep the wearer's shoulders properly positioned, a key to reducing fatigue.

    Bill Schultz Talks AlignMed

    Bill Schultz Talks AlignMed
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    Inventions are often the result of personal experience. So is the case of the one that I am about to introduce to you, as well as its creator who happens to be the perfect example. Meet, Bill Schultz, known as the "mad scientist," who became passionate about finding the alternative that would allow him to avoid spinal fusion surgery.

    AARP Lays Down The Facts

    AARP Lays Down The Facts
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    For years, Joan Weissman played tennis competitively, racking up a shelf full of trophies — until she was sidelined by chronic rotator cuff and biceps pain last year. “I thought I’d never play tennis again,” says Weissman, 71, of Columbus, Ohio. Then a tennis pro at her club suggested something that sounded crazy at first — a shirt designed to ease her shoulder, arm and back pain

    Bunkershot's Recommendation

    Bunkershot's recommendation
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    Ask the most respected golf fitness experts to tell you the most important physical attribute you need to play the game well, and most will answer “POSTURE!” Most golfers know good posture is the key to consistent play, but everyone is challenged with the need to program their brains for it while also thinking about the course conditions, the wind, the selected club, the pin placement and a myriad of other factors.

    Backing off Back Pain - Trucking Info

    Backing off Back Pain - Trucking Info
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    Back pain is the bane of many whose jobs involve a lot of sitting at a desk or other work station. But that misery is compounded when the sitting is behind the wheel of a truck. Truckers don’t just sit. They don’t ride a desk. They drive. They can’t take even a quick break whenever they need to stretch their legs.

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