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The effects of Acupuncture and its outcomes

As a community, many are unsure and unaware of Acupuncture treatment and just how beneficial it is to the human body. This ancient form of Chinese medicine dates back over 5000 years. Acupuncture works by pinpointing and stimulating one or several target points, located on various parts of the body. As a result, this will trigger a biochemical change within the cells and tissues, which in turn will encourage the body to restore good health and return to normal function....

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Plantar Fasciitis - What is it

Plantar Fasciitis – What is it?

The plantar fascia is a fibrous band on the underside of the foot that helps support the arch and deep muscles of the foot. Often over time, the stress that is put upon the plantar fascia becomes too much and it begins to degenerate, causing pain when the foot is placed on the ground. It is actually a breakdown of the fascia tissue, which develops many micro-tears. It is thought that as these tiny tears heal, scar tissue is laid...

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Posturing Yourself to Feel Better

Posturing Yourself to Feel Better

Being told to stand up straight is a rite of passage for most teenagers. New research is showing that there is more to gain from having good posture than just a healthy spine. Your posture and body language have now been shown to affect the way you feel. Most people recognize that when you’re unhappy or tired you naturally slouch and when you’re feeling confident your shoulders are set back and you have a spring in your step. What is...

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Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Tennis Elbow – What is it?

What Is It? Tennis elbow is a condition that affects many people, particularly in middle  age, characterized by pain at the outer elbow. Symptoms  include pain, occasional swelling and reduced grip strength. Usually the pain begins gradually,  noticeable only during activities, then progressively becomes worse. In severe cases, pain might even be experienced at rest. As the muscles involved have the job of stabilizing the wrist and raising the wrist and fingers, this condition can have a huge impact  on...

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