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Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine, practiced for 2000 years. Recently, it has gained popularity in western societies. Acupuncture curbs pain and boosts the natural painkillers called endorphins. The treatment benefits chronic pain. Acupuncture consists of the slick prick of thinner needles inserted in certain spots on the body. Some people may experience numbness, mild soreness, and tingling sensation during the treatment. Acupuncture is a cost-effective way to treat pain f...
Posted on 2018-12-03
Pilates is a physical fitness system that uses the functional movements and the ability to control your body. Pilates has a positive impact on strengthening your pelvic floor. The Pilates method helps to concentrate on breathing, controlling, and centring for the body. Pilates caters to everyone including all men, and also pregnant and post-pregnancy women as well. Pilates can be done by anyone as long as it directed by a doctor, especially if it is done as a part of pelvic floor dysfunction t...
Posted on 2018-11-30
If you are interested in this topic then probably you or someone near and dear to you may suffer from menstrual pain. A witty quote by the author Sylvia Young states- "Leaders bleed, period." Men might lead in the politics and business, but women are the real leaders for raising and bonding in a family. Around the world, about 80 to disrupt their normal routine lives. Massage therapy is one of the best ways to naturally diminish the period pain. Impacts the Right Areas. ...
Posted on 2018-11-19
When it comes to treating chronic pain, most physiotherapists recommend acupuncture or intramuscular stimulation (IMS). And even though, most people consider these forms of treatment alike, they are distinct in their own way. Both of these modalities have their own set of advantages and disadvantages.   Acupuncture has its origins in Chinese medicine and dates back to thousands of years. IMS uses knowledge of neurophysiology to identify and treat nerve-related problems. However, both acu...
Posted on 2018-11-07
If you are experiencing difficulty in accomplishing your daily tasks due to frustrating pain and limited mobility of your shoulder and arm, it can be a sign of frozen shoulder. This situation is common in both men and women over the age of 45. If you are suffering from frozen shoulder pain in one shoulder, you are likely to get it in the other shoulder as well.  Therefore, consulting with a physical therapist for frozen shoulder treatment is the right thing to do. A physical the...
Posted on 2018-11-05
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