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Relieve Your Sciatica With Trigger Point Massage Therapy

The vast majority of people will experience back pain during their life. About one out of every three people say that low back pain impacts their everyday activities, including sleep. Sciatica is a common cause of low back pain, but did you know that trigger points are frequently the cause[...]
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How To Move Better Today With Trigger Point Massage Therapy

Back pain. Just about all of us has experienced it. The pain can hit you out of the blue and stop you cold. You might have been innocently putting on a shoe, or maybe you were just reaching for a box of cereal. However and whenever it hits you, low[...]
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Sick & Tired Of Neck Pain?

For most of us, neck pain has reared its ugly head more than once. In fact, there are estimates that anywhere from one-in-ten to one-in-five people will experience an episode of neck pain in a given year.[...]
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Sit Too Much? Try Trigger Point Massage Therapy

Between telecommuting and the extended stay-at-home order, most of us have been spending way too much time with our butt in a chair. If sitting is the new smoking, we’ve become the equivalent of chainsmokers. All this butt-parking has caused a huge pain — in your back and in your[...]
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Trigger Point Massage Therapy Relieves Pain & Stress

We’re almost halfway through this year and no one would have predicted a couple of months back this strange new world we’d be living in. People are experiencing a lot of stress due to the uncertainty. If you’re looking for a natural way to relieve your stress, you should try[...]
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Strengthen Your Health With Trigger Point Massage Therapy

While most people think of things like car accidents or other one-time events as the cause of their physical aches and pains, stress is the culprit behind a lot of cases. Physical, mental and emotional stress can really takes a toll on your body. Unrelenting work pressures, uncertainty like we’re[...]
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How the Brain Changes After Whiplash

Whiplash associated disorders (WAD) is a term applied to a constellation of symptoms that can arise following a motor vehicle collision (MVC), slip and fall, or sports injury. It’s estimated that up to 25% of WAD patients fail to fully recover from their injury and new research suggests this may[...]
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Linked to Migraine Headaches

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition caused by compression of the median nerve as it passes through the wrist that’s characterized by pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in select parts of the hand. The result of a 2019 study suggests that CTS may be associated with migraine headaches. How[...]
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Physical Activity and Low Back Pain

It’s common for individuals with low back pain to avoid any movement they feel may worsen their condition. Over time, this behavior can lead to deconditioned back muscles, setting the stage for either prolonged back pain or later recurrence. That’s one reason why treatment guidelines recommend patients continue to be[...]
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Exercises to Reduce Neck Pain Risk

As desktop computers, laptops, tablets, e-readers, and smartphones take greater importance in our lives, more and more people are consulting with healthcare providers for musculoskeletal conditions like neck pain. Why is this the case, and are there things that can be done to reduce one’s risk for neck pain in[...]
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