Category: Therapies

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture for Back Pain Treatment: Getting Results

At any given moment, 23% of the world’s adults are experiencing chronic low back pain. 84% of adults will suffer with the condition during their lifetimes. It impacts their ability to work, socialize, and enjoy a quality of life. Many turn to acupuncture for back pain treatment. But like any respected ancient alternative healing practice, it’s essential

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Chiropractic

How to Relieve Nerve Pain in the Shoulder Blade

Nerve pain in the shoulder blade can wreck your day or year if untreated. Moving the wrong way, even slightly, causes a burst of sharp pain. It wakes you up in the middle of the night. You may feel tired, agitated, and struggle to do everyday activities. But would it surprise you to learn that

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Graston Technique

Graston Technique For Plantar Fasciitis

Are you an athlete? Do you enjoy playing sports? Hiking? Jogging? Or have a standing and walking-intensive job? Then you probably know about the common foot pain called plantar fasciitis and an increasingly popular way to fix it, called Graston Technique for plantar fasciitis. The Graston Technique is a cutting-edge, non-invasive treatment for soft-tissue injuries

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Neuropathy

Is Graston Technique Dangerous?

Is Graston Technique dangerous? That’s an understandable question. After all, Graston Technique instruments look a bit like modern torture devices. And you’ve heard that one of the goals is to break up (damage) tissues under the skin’s surface. Common side effects include bruising, tenderness, and mild swelling. That doesn’t sound good! But when you take

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Chiropractic

Chiropractor Vs. Massage Therapist: Which Is Better?

Neck pain, back pain, sciatica, a pulled muscle, knots—all reasons to consider chiropractor vs. massage therapist or chiropractor with massage. But you don’t want to waste time or money with a solution that won’t help you feel better. And honestly, while both do excellent work, sometimes chiropractor or massage is better——and sometimes both. Many face

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Chiropractic

Does Chiropractic Help? Yes, it helps with these 3 health concerns

A common misconception about chiropractic care is that the practice isn’t an authentic medical treatment. I would like to set the record straight by saying that chiropractors are designated as physician-level providers. This means that they are medically trained to treat disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system. The ACA estimates that chiropractors

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Acupuncture

Back Pain | Causes, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment

Your back is out of your line of sight most of the time. So you may not think about it much — until it hurts. But your back is central to your ability to work, play, relax, be intimate, and generally live a high-quality life. When back pain steals that from you, you need a

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Active Release Technique

Is Active Release Technique the same as the Myofascial Release Technique?

The myofascial release technique is a way of manipulating and restoring movement to tissues that surround your muscles called fascia. The Active Release Technique is arguably the most advanced and effective form of myofascial release pretty much ever created. The Active Release Technique is a well thought or packaged form of the Myofascial Release Technique,

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Chiropractic

Facet Joint Syndrome: Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment

The work of a joint is to connect two or more body bones to facilitate motion. In our spine, facet joints are the joints that connect two or more vertebrae. Like any other joints in the body, facet joints allow effortless motion in the intervertebral disc. This functionality caters to the stability of each motion

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Chiropractic

Herniated Disc: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

What is exactly a herniated disc? It is a problem with one of the rubbery discs that sit between two strong vertebrae. These two strong vertebrae hold the disk in between. Sometimes, this disc can start to move and shift. This can happen if you place some extra stress on that disc through some sort

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