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Tag Archives: Massage Therapy

Shoulder pain? Made up of two main bones and several muscles, tendons, and ligaments, the shoulder joint is one of the most complex joints in your body. The complex structure of the shoulder joint attributes to its wide range of motion, which in turn makes shoulder joints more vulnerable to injuries. While different musculoskeletal conditions […]

The hip joint is where the top end of the femur (thigh bone) meets the acetabulum socket of the pelvis. It is typically referred to as a ball-and-socket joint, with the ball being the head of the femur (femoral head) and the socket being the acetabulum of the pelvic bone. Hip pain is commonly happens […]

For a majority of sufferers, migraines feel like a much higher, scaled-up version of a conventional tension headache. They tend to target one region of the head, and can be extremely painful for the bearer. There are a number of factors that contribute to this condition, including possible hormonal changes (namely the rise and drop […]

Prenatal massage therapy has often received varied responses from the health community with regard to its purpose and safety. Recent researches have revealed that massage during pregnancy can be a valuable component in women’s prenatal care, and should, therefore, be given careful consideration. Carrying a baby inside your womb changes your centre of gravity, causing […]

Prenatal massage therapy has often received varied responses from the health community with regard to its purpose and safety. Recent researches have revealed that massage during pregnancy can be a valuable component in women’s prenatal care, and should, therefore, be given careful consideration. Carrying a baby inside your womb changes your centre of gravity, causing […]

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