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Tips to Manage and Avoid Back Pain During Winter
21 Dec

Tips to Manage and Avoid Back Pain During Winter

Some people have a love-hate relationship with the winter season. The picturesque panorama of a fluffy white blanket of snow covering the surroundings, snowfall, the exciting outdoor activities, and of course, the holiday get-togethers are just some of the things people love about the cold weather. However, the drop in temperature can also bring about […]

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What Is Overtraining Syndrome and How to Avoid It
21 Nov

What Is Overtraining Syndrome and How to Avoid It

“Give your hundred and ten percent” and “no pain, no gain” are great mantras to motivate yourself to achieve your goals. Unfortunately, some people train beyond their physical and mental limits and end up doing more harm to their bodies than good. Overtraining is a real possibility, and it poses a great danger to your […]

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Compression Stockings — Myths And Facts Revealed
30 Oct

Compression Stockings — Myths And Facts Revealed

Compression garments have been a great help in improving people’s health since their introduction in the 1950s. However, despite the obvious benefits of compression socks and stockings, they have been a subject of several misconceptions (and sometimes jokes) over the years that have deterred people from wearing them, especially the young. If you are still […]

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9 Massage Therapy Myths Debunked
30 Sep

9 Massage Therapy Myths Debunked

Body massage therapy is considered one of the oldest healthcare practices. The treatment has various benefits for the body and the mind. Unfortunately, a number of myths surrounding massage therapy have surfaced.  To ensure that the public understands the significance and benefits of the treatment and quell any misgivings, here are a few massage therapy […]

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Pelvic Floor Care During Pregnancy
09 Sep

Pelvic Floor Care During Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be a magical time for expectant mothers. However, it comes with its own set of risks. The woman’s body changes to make way for the baby. This can take a toll on the body, causing issues in parts like the legs (varicose veins) and the pelvic region (pelvic floor dysfunction). This is why […]

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11 Common Workout Mistakes to Avoid
29 Jun

11 Common Workout Mistakes to Avoid

Engaging in a workout regimen (no matter how simple) is one of the best things you can do for your health, irrespective of age or weight. While it offers numerous benefits for your current and future state of health, thousands of people get injured every year as a result of making one or more mistakes […]

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How Can Shockwave Therapy Help Athletes?
25 Jun

How Can Shockwave Therapy Help Athletes?

Many athletes train day and night. They run, stretch, jump, play, and continue to exert their bodies to keep themselves in shape for competition. However, these consistent and often strenuous activities will take a toll on their muscles and joints. Amateur athletes, and even the professional ones, are not exempted from acquiring sports injuries. Injuries […]

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5 Indoor Workout Tips When Stuck at Home
30 Apr

5 Indoor Workout Tips When Stuck at Home

The coronavirus disease has forced governments around the world to call for the restriction of social gatherings. This has led to the eventual closure of public establishments like schools, malls, restaurants, and gyms. While the need for social distancing and staying at home trumps going to a public gym, it doesn’t mean that you have […]

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Back Pain and Emotional Distress: How Are They Related?
17 Feb

Back Pain and Emotional Distress: How Are They Related?

Back pain is a common condition experienced by four in five adults worldwide. At some point in our lives, we will experience back pain in varying degrees of discomfort. Many patients will recover from the discomfort and return to their regular activities in a span of two to four months without undergoing treatment. Suffering from […]

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How Massage Helps Manage and Reduce Pain After Surgery
31 Jan

How Massage Helps Manage and Reduce Pain After Surgery

When medication, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes do not work, surgery may be the only solution left to alleviate and treat a certain health condition. However, a patient may feel frazzled and anxious due to pain and discomfort after the surgical procedure. Postoperative pain can last for a few days to months, making the healing […]

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