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Common Causes of Shoulder Pain and Injury
The shoulder is one of the most common problem areas on the human body. It is a complex anatomical mechanism with muscles, bones and ligaments all working together in unison. Shoulder injuries are most commonly caused by overuse or acute injury.Stress Related Lower Back Pain – It’s Not All in Your Head
The effects of stress on the body are often misunderstood but the medical field is learning more about it all the time. In the past, physicians used to believe that this type of pain was all in the patient’s head, that they actually didn’t feel pain they just thought they did.How to Relieve Your Pain at Home With Myofascial Release and Myofascial Stretching
Myofascial Stretching and self myofascial release are unique self-treatment techniques that follows the principles of Myofascial Release (MFR) as developed and taught by John F. Barnes, PT. I teach this method of self-treatment and recommend the Myofascial Stretching Book a Guide to Self Treatment to all of my patients. Myofascial stretching results in permanent lengthening of the body’s connective tissue and can dramatically improve health and quality of life. The techniques employ sustained pressure using a small inflated ball and active elongation into restrictions in the fascia.What Are the Benefits to Light Exposure Therapy?
Light exposure therapy uses natural light, or light from a light-emitting device to deliver health or cosmetic benefits to the recipient. Devices such as lasers, light-emitting diodes (LED), fluorescent lights, and diachronic lights can be used to achieve benefits that range from pain management to wrinkle reduction. The Following discusses LED advanced light therapy and its cosmetic benefits for skin.Who Is the Most Susceptible to Chronic Back Pain and Why?
Everyone can have stress related lower back pain but some people are more susceptible to it than others are. Stress and repressed memories can cause pain in the lower portion of the back, the neck and shoulders.
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