Three Treatments For The Pain From Your Whiplash Injury

Posted on: 31 August 2016

If you have been in an accident that caused a whiplash injury, the chances are you have pain. A doctor may prescribe pain medications or simply recommend over-the-counter pain medication and perhaps tell you to apply ice several times a day until your neck heals. However, for many people, the pain never completely goes away. If you are having recurring neck pain from a recent or past whiplash injury, there are a few alternative treatments that may bring you relief.
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How Can Office Workers Improve Their Posture?

Posted on: 30 August 2016

If tight muscles and back or neck pain have become a way of life for you, or you simply wish to stand up taller and straighter, it may be worthwhile to intervene in order to correct your posture. Poor posture can be caused by a combination of stressors in the office, so it's a good idea to go through this list to see what you can do about your posture. 
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If You Have Allergies, Check On These Things In Advance Of Your Massage Therapy Appointment

Posted on: 30 August 2016

Whether you're dealing with aches and pains or you simply need to relax and unwind, an appointment with your local massage therapist will give you the results you need. If you suffer from allergies, though, it's useful to clarify a few important points when you call the massage therapist to make your appointment. Although you'll go through your overall health history at the start of your appointment, sharing information about your allergies and ensuring that there will be no issues is better to do before you arrive.
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3 Alternative Treatment Options for Chronic Back Pain Relief

Posted on: 29 August 2016

Looking for ways to treat your chronic back pain without the use of medications or surgery? Here are three fantastic options to consider: Rolfing Also known as structural integration, rolfing is a holistic treatment that incorporates deep tissue manipulation to improve posture and reduce chronic pain in the back and other areas of the body. By focusing on the fascia, or sheet of connective tissues underneath the skin, a professional can use rolfing to help you:
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