Neuromuscular Trigger Point Massage in Los Angeles: The Secret #4 Step to End Back and Neck Pain Naturally.
Now that you’ve completed Steps 1-3, seen a qualified neuromuscular massage therapist to eliminate pain-causing trigger points, fixing posture, and restoring flexibility, you’re now ready to move on to Step #4, Restoring Your Strength. As your muscles get ‘long’ and able to stretch, it’s time for some functional strength training. You should be almost entirely pain-free by this time before you do any strength training; what we’re doing here isn’t so much solving the old problem as making sure that it doesn’t come back. Call today and request Neuromuscular Massage at our South Bay location for longer lasting relief if you still have trigger points causing you aches and pains!
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Pain Management Los Angeles: Myofascial Pain Syndrome Common Among Neck Pain Sufferers.
Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is a regional pain syndrome described as myofascial trigger points in skeletal muscle that can refer pain to nearby regions. A recent study discovered the presence of MPS in a group 224 patients with chronic non-specific neck pain. The investigators found the most common location for myofascial trigger points among participants was in the trapezius muscles, followed by the levator scapulae, multifidii, and splenius cervicis muscles in the neck region. Based on the findings, MPS should be considered a common source of pain among individuals presenting chronic non-specific neck pain. Neuromuscular Massage Therapy care includes myofascial release techniques of many varieties in addition to trigger point therapy and other modalities that reduce the pain and disability associated with MPS. Call today to get the best pain relieving massage Los Angeles has to offer.
Pain Medicine, December 2016
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Mental Attitude: Work Ethic Remains Unchanged.
Contrary to popular belief, baby boomers don’t have a stronger work ethic than their children or grandchildren. Using 105 different measures, including hours worked and commitment to family and work, investigators found no significant difference in work ethic between baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964), generation X (1965 to 1980), and millennials (1981 to 1999). The findings suggest that human resource departments should not worry about the work ethic of younger employees.
Journal of Business and Psychology, October 2016
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Health Alert: High Blood Pressure May Elevate Dementia Risk.
The American Heart Association (AHA) warns that high blood pressure (hypertension)—especially during middle age—may open the door to dementia. While the precise mechanism is not yet known, researchers speculate that hypertension damages blood vessels in the brain, impairing its ability to control blood flow, which is essential for normal brain function. Researcher Dr. Costantino Iadecola comments, “People with high blood pressure tend to have more dementia… Although scientifically we don’t have evidence, treating blood pressure is going to be important. It not only saves the brain, but also the heart and the kidney. So in the absence of evidence, the best thing to do is to control blood pressure.”
Hypertension, October 2016
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Diet: To Sauté or Not to Sauté?
Sautéing is a healthy and simple way to prepare your vegetables. The American Heart Association gives the following tips on how to do it: add a tablespoon or two of broth or water to a skillet and place over medium heat; wait for the water or broth to begin to bubble; add sliced vegetables to the skillet; and cook them for five minutes, stirring continuously and adding extra liquid if needed.
American Heart Association, October 2016
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Exercise: Can Minimalist Shoes Be Good for Your Feet?
Running in a minimalist shoe may be good for increasing foot strength. Researchers compared the effects of wearing traditional running shoes to a minimalist shoe with five separate toes and minimal to no cushioning or support. After a six-month running program, those wearing the minimalist shoes experienced an increase in mean volume of the forefoot and rearfoot of 11.9% and 6.6%, respectively, while those wearing traditional running shoes experienced no such gains. The findings suggest that transitioning to this type of shoe may help strengthen the muscular components of the foot core system, indicating its potential application in a rehabilitation program for injured and weak foot muscles. Call now to get the best massage Los Angeles has to offer to get rid of your chronic pain.
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, September 2016
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Wellness/Prevention: Keeping Dust Mites Out of Your Bed.
If you wake up sneezing and sniffling, you may have dust mites in your bed. The National Sleep Foundation recommends the following to prevent dust mites: run a dehumidifier in your bedroom, as dust mites thrive in humid conditions; buy dust-proof covers for your pillows and mattress; wash bedding in very hot water and dry it in the hot cycle every week; and dust and vacuum your bedroom weekly.
National Sleep Foundation, October 2016
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