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Scar Tissue Removal | The Graston Technique . While scars may carry a sense of pride for some people, most are unhappy with the presence of scars on their body.  This is mainly because of their physical appearance, but deep or extensive scarring can be problematic for tissue health as well.  Our bodies are held together by a network of supporting fibers, one of them being collagen, which forms a mesh-like net which provides a structure for our cells to attach to.  However, w...
Posted on 2017-09-14
Get Up, Move Around, Save Your Life. If you pay attention to the news, you are seeing a growing number of articles and stories related to the demonization of sitting. Let’s face it, the vast majority of us are more sedentary than we used to and technology is blame for most of it. A large portion of today’s workforce spends close to 8 hour sitting, spends 45 minutes commuting each way (sitting) and then winding down at night with some more sitting. Many ar...
Posted on 2017-09-13
. Reasons Why Your Feet Hurt. Aching feet: the hallmark of a busy person.  When you’ve been on your feet all day, or cranking out a high-impact workout, or dancing in high-heeled or tight shoes, you probably get the characteristic soreness in the bottom of your feet.  Certain medical conditions or continual strain can move foot pain beyond a temporary, mild ache to a debilitating disorder that can make daily tasks unbearable and prevent you from leading a normal, enjoyable life...
Posted on 2017-09-12
. Stretching Before Your Morning Run. Advice seems to keep changing with regard to how to warm up and stretch prior to aerobic exercise, with some questioning whether it should even be done.  All in-the-moment fads aside, however, most health trainers and medical centers including the American Heart Association agree that it is important to do some basic stretches before pounding out a vigorous workout such as running or jogging.  Think back to watching any track and field event, and...
Posted on 2017-09-08
. Golfer's Elbow: Exercises To Avoid For Faster Healing. First off, you don’t have to be a golfer to have golfer’s elbow. This condition, known medically as medial epicondylitis, is a type of repetitive strain injury that can develop through any sort of repetitious swinging motions in the arm, such as: chopping wood, pitching a baseball, gardening, shoveling, hammering a nail - any activity that puts repeated strain on the tendon connecting your wrist flexor muscles to your elbow.&...
Posted on 2017-09-07
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