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How Chiropractic Can Alleviate Neck Pain
The neck, also referred to as the “cervical spine”, is in charge of many very important tasks. It supports the entire weight of your head (which averages about twelve pounds), it allows you to move your head in a wide range of directions, and it provides you with flexibility. It is precisely because of these functions and the location of the neck, that it can be quite prone to pain and injury.Top 5 Ways To Prevent A Toothache
Hi everyone! For this article, I am going to discuss various ways to prevent toothaches. Toothaches can definitely ruin your day. They are very painful, and they can take a lot out of you. Everyone deals with toothaches at some point in their life, but how do you go about preventing them?Stop Pain With Regular Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic care is a proven way to stop pain from a variety of sources and causes such as Joint Pain, Sciatica Pain, Hip Pain, TMJ Pain, Neck Pain, Fibromyalgia Pain, Back Pain… I could go on and on. You can lessen and even stop your pain without using drugs or surgery by using chiropractic techniques and treatments. You do not have to live with pain or be drugged into oblivion in order not to be in pain.An Overview of Sports Massage Therapy Techniques
Sports massage therapy techniques are designed to relieve tension and swelling in the soft tissues, promote muscle flexibility, and reduce the risk of athletic injury. Sports massage is commonly used to care for athletes before, during, and after athletic events. It can assist with the warm up of athletes to potentially prevent injury during the activity.Bursitis or Fascial Adhesion / Tendinosis – Which Is Causing Your Chronic Pain?
Every day tens of thousands of people are diagnosed with “Bursitis”. But it is most of this really bursitis? It is my experience that the majority of what is diagnosed as bursitis is really Tendinosis or Fascial Adhesions. The beauty of this, is that Tendinosis (Tendinitis) and Fascial Adhesions are usually much easier to treat than a true bursitis.
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