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Have you been experiencing pain or weakness in your shoulder muscles? Do you notice a sharp pain every time you try to brush your hair or reach backward? If you are currently struggling with this localized discomfort and the pain isn’t subsiding, you may be suffering from a rotator cuff injury.Although a rotator cuff injury is not a serious condition, it does require prompt medical attention and proper care. You may even want to try and work through the pain, but this can actually lead to ...
Posted on 2021-01-11
The winter is typically a time of year when most people stay indoors, huddle around the fireplace and only venture outside when necessary. The cold weather and messy precipitation not only prevents people from engaging in outdoor activities, but it can also provide some real dangers. Slipping on an icy sidewalk or injuring your back while shovelling are only some of the hazards that accompany the winter weather. Although this time of year cannot be avoided, there are some helpful tips you sho...
Posted on 2020-12-10
Have you been researching natural pain relief techniques, but coming across differing opinions on dry needling and acupuncture? Many people stand behind dry needling as their treatment choice, while others have noted that acupuncture benefits them even more. However, as you continue during your research, you have probably found that both methods seem very similar. They each utilize tiny needles, which are inserted into the skin at various pain points. However, what is the differenc...
Posted on 2020-11-19
Cervical spondylosis is a disease mostly occurring in aged people in the cervical spine. Cervical spondylosis affects the disc and joints of the cervical spine that is our neck. Cervical spondylosis is also termed as cervical osteoarthritis or neck arthritis. It is deemed to be caused by the wear and tear of cartilages and bones in the neck. It is also a result of old age and can be caused due to other factors. People can have symptoms like stiffness, chronic and severe pain. But many people c...
Posted on 2019-10-23
There are many forms of exercise that focus on yoga, pilates, meditation, zen, and so on. However, a formal system of stretching for individuals or groups who partake of various indoor and outdoor sports is streamlined in the mode of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). PNF is a term used for muscle stretching to improvise on athletic performance, that requires a trainer or a partner to be a part of your flexibility regime. It involves a series of muscle contractions and relaxation...
Posted on 2019-10-17
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