3 Benefits Of Getting A Massage

3 November 2016
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There are many benefits to getting a massage regularly. Many people have never gotten a professional massage and don't understand all the health benefits that they could experience because of it. Here are some reasons to get a massage often. 1. Better Blood Flow One of the greatest benefits to getting a massage is that it can help to stimulate the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system helps to circulate all the fluid throughout the body. Read More 

Using Rolfing for Sports-Injury Recovery

29 September 2016
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Athletes can expect to sustain some minor injuries throughout the course of their career. Finding unique and effective treatment methods for these injuries can help an athlete get back in the game faster. One treatment method gaining in popularity is known as rolfing. Named for its creator, Dr. Ida P. Rolf, rolfing is a system of soft-tissue manipulation that can help an athlete more effectively heal from an injury. Here are three reasons why you should consider rolfing for your sports-related injury treatment program in the future. Read More 

SI Joint Dysfunction: What It Is and How a Chiropractor Can Help

9 August 2016
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Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is a common type of chronic pain, yet it often goes misdiagnosed. About 30% of people who have lower back pain have SI joint dysfunction. This condition is difficult to manage and can cause debilitating pain. Here is some information about how SI joint dysfunction starts and how chiropractic care can help you manage the pain. What Is the SI Joint? Your sacroiliac joint is a joint in the back of your pelvis. Read More 

2 Herbal Teas To Help Relieve Pain After A Chiropractic Adjustment

1 April 2016
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A chiropractic adjustment is designed to help individuals with back pain find pain relief. The adjustment mostly focuses on treating low back pain. Through a series of quick movements, your chiropractor will try to realign your spine. This realignment helps to ensure that pressure is equally dispersed throughout your entire body. While the purpose of any adjustment is to alleviate pain, it can create pain of its own. The pain occurs because your body is being moved into positions that it is not yet familiar with. Read More