Overcoming Chronic Neck Pain: Postural Causes and A Unique Exercise Fix | Posture and Pain
One patient's experience: Overcoming Chronic Neck Pain when surgery is not indicated and other therapies don't help. Understanding Postural Causes and A Unique Exercise Fix
The 3 Basic Types of Pain
There are two main kinds of pain: nociceptive and neuropathic, or the more familiar pain of tissue damage and the more exotic pain caused by a damaged nervous system. Some pain isn’t easy to classify (fibromyalgia).
Trigger Point Chart Upper Extremity | Therapy Charts
Trigger Point Chart Upper Extremity This easy-to-follow wall chart guides you to the correct muscles of the Upper Extremities for treatment. The Trigger Point Upper Extremity chart is color coded green to correspond to other Kent Health System materials. This chart is the best on the market, with full-color printing and a patented easy-to-use color-coding system. The user-friendly format of this illustrated chart will help you easily locate the correct muscles to treat. The chart is also…
Can Turmeric Benefit People With Nerve Pain?
With neuropathic pain becoming rampant among many people, it is important to analyze its causes and try to establish solutions to help the condition. Turmeric has many benefits and one of those is it's ability to help with nerve pain! See how.
Perfect Digestion - Interview with Dr. Pam Popper - Plant Based Dietitian
Digestion should be something we don’t ever have to think about…our bodies are designed to silently do the work for us upon the ingestion of food. Yet for many, digesting food is a far cry from unnoticeable. What has gone awry? According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (NIDDK), approximately …
Fix Your Double Chin With These Effective Exercises
Gaining weight is not only visible on your body. Your face is also here to tell the difference. In fact, that’s the first thing people notice. The face.
Trigger Point Charts by David Legge
Formulated by a clinician with 20 years of experience in collaboration with an anatomical graphic arts specialist, these charts clearly and beautifully display the locations and patterns of trigger points in all the major muscles. Each muscle is named and illustrated in a separate image, and the dynamic use of color is attractive and effective. Chart I depicts muscle groups of the head, shoulder, and arm. Chart II illustrates muscle groups on the trunk, thigh, and leg.
Trigger Point Therapy for Myofascial Pain
This book provides necessary and invaluable information for sufferers and any professional involved with myofascial disorders.
Heartburn, Indigestion and 25 Other Symptoms You Didn’t Know Were Caused By Neuropathy - Nerve Renew
The mercury is rising and temperatures are hot across large swaths of the United States. In fact, the months of July and August are typically the two hottest months of the year. This rise in temperature can remind many with neuropathy of one of the lesser known, but bothersome nonetheless, symptoms – that being problems ... Read more
How to Get Rid of Chronic Gouty Arthritis
Chronic gouty arthritis can be dangerous when left untreated. Learn how to find the trigger points and get rid of pain by means of acupressure.
Japanese Five Row Tsuge Wood Brush
Description 3 Reviews Chic, lightweight, sturdy brush. Handcrafted from tsuge (boxwood). The smooth, gentle pins glide through hair like little fingers promoting its natural beauty and shine, while untangling and volumizing even difficult to manage hair. ❤ Bring Out Hair's Natural Beauty Tsuge has microscopic pores which pick up and re-distribute your hair's sebum in thin, even layers, promoting natural gloss throughout. ❤ Reduce Friz In contrast to plastic brushes, tsuge does not generate…
TENS units improve birth outcomes
TENS Unit Rentals available for use in labor and postpartum. This amazing tool will change your birth! We ship all over the US. Contact us to get yours.
Effective Trigger Point Therapy for Muscle Knots
I know from personal experience that muscle knot pain can be debilitating. I've found some tools that help me relieve the pain, which means I no longer to see a specialist every time I have a knot.