Dr. Todd Sinett is in today to talk about his revolutionary idea about chronic back pain. Meanwhile, Justin is still out with the swine flu, but Dr. Sinett more than fills the gap with his first appearance on The 404. We promise he'll be back again soon
Dr. Todd Sinett is in today to talk about his revolutionary idea about chronic back pain and his book "The Truth About Back Pain: A Revolutionary, Individualized Approach to Diagnosing and Healing Back Pain." Meanwhile, Justin is still out with the swine flu, but Dr. Sinett more than fills the gap left by Justin's absence with his first appearance on The 404. We promise he'll be back again soon.
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