Treating sports injuries through massage

26 March 2018
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Whether you're a keen amateur or a seasoned professional, a sports injury can stop you in your tracks. Across the world sports people of all stripes rely on massage to treat the injuries they sustain when engaging in sport. What causes sports injuries?  Sports injuries are common in athletes, because the demands placed on sporting bodies are so much greater than what is required of most people in their day to day lives. Read More 

3 Ways to Alleviate Your Pelvic Girdle Pain

12 September 2017
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If you're suffering from Pelvic Girdle Pain (you're not alone. PGP, sometimes known as SPD or Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) refers to pain women get in their pelvic region during pregnancy, and it affects around 20% of pregnant women. Thankfully, PGP is not a sentence you have to bear for your entire pregnancy. There are many ways to reduce or eliminate pelvic pain during pregnancy. Here are a few you can try: Read More 

Medical Effects of Shockwave Therapy

24 February 2017
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Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical therapy that's commonly used in treating pains and impairments. Due to its effectiveness, shockwave therapy has the potential of replacing surgical procedures for orthopedic disorders -- therefore putting an end to associated surgical risks. The therapy operates by carrying high energy to the patient's painful spots. This high energy facilitates regeneration and reparative processes of the tendons, bones, and other soft tissues. There are several medical effects generated by the therapy that leads to repair and healing processes. Read More 

3 Drug-Free Treatments for Sciatica

25 February 2015
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Sciatica is a painful condition caused by a trapped nerve in your lower back. It typically affects one side of your body and can cause numbness and shooting pain down through your back and into your leg. The pain is often constant and can impact your ability to work and socialise. Sciatica is commonly caused by a slipped disk, which bulges out and puts too much pressure on your sciatic nerve. Read More 

Secrets Your Massage Therapist Knows About Your Body

24 February 2015
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A good massage therapist will do more than just rub your tired muscles; he or she should also be paying attention to signs of certain health concerns you may have, and should also be adjusting their technique according to your own particular needs. In many ways, a massage therapist should be considered a part of your healthcare team. Note some secrets about your body that your massage therapist might know, and how to use this information for better overall health. Read More