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Physical Therapy vs Massage Therapy: What’s the Difference?

Are you looking for help with the body pains you’re experiencing? Nowadays, there’s no telling what can cause physical injury to you or anyone you know. For some, painkillers are enough to hinder the pain and keep them going throughout the day. If the pain is too much for you to handle, you may end Read More >>

7 Ergonomic Workspace Hacks for Your Office

A third of all work-related injuries are a result of musculoskeletal disorders. These are injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, or muscle strains. You can prevent these injuries from happening to you by creating an ergonomic workspace. This is more than just buying a new chair. You need to think about all of the Read More >>

From Swedish to Sports: Your Guide to the Most Popular Types of Massage Therapy

Getting a massage is one of the best things you can do for your body. They’re not just luxury treatments to help you relax. They can have a huge impact on your health, too.  If you’re struggling with chronic pain, a lack of flexibility, headaches, digestive issues, or even insomnia, a good massage could be Read More >>

Pinched Nerves: What are They and How Can Chiropractors Help

According to research, as many as 40% of people will suffer from pinched nerves in some point in their lives. For those who ignore the warning signals and avoid treatment, they are in for a long road of pain ahead. The pain associated with pinched nerves can be very debilitating, you can no longer do Read More >>

Creating the Perfect Stance: How to Improve Your Posture

We all do it. Walk around or sit around with bad posture. It’s not that we’re lazy, it just kind of happens. But, there is a way to correct yourself and maintain good, healthy posture. And, if you don’t, you could pay a significant price. It all starts with awareness. We must be aware of Read More >>

Bad Form: 10 Common Form Mistakes You’re Making When Exercising

Over the years, more and more people have been going to the gym. In fact, the total membership of U.S. fitness centers increased to 60.87 million in 2017. If you’re part of this statistic, well done! But, if you’re not making a lot of progress after joining the gym, it may be due to working out with Read More >>

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