How to Grow Your Massage Therapy Career

Posted on: 18 January 2019

A skilled, guided touch can go a long way toward helping a person's health. That's why massage therapy is such a burgeoning industry right now. Studies show that massage therapy was a $16 billion industry in 2017.  With more people getting on board with forms of health care like acupuncture and cryotherapy, it's a good bet that massage therapy will keep gaining traction. Use these tips to help you become a working, licensed massage therapist.
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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Might Help Your Urinary Incontinence

Posted on: 2 January 2019

Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with a number of conditions, but one of the more common complaints the therapy treats is urinary incontinence. Incontinence can be caused by pelvic floor muscles that are too tight, too weak, or a combination of both. Here's an overview of how this therapy might help you if you struggle with incontinence. A Therapist Performs An Examination The first step is to assess your pelvic floor muscles.
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Discover Headache Relief Through Physiotherapy

Posted on: 13 December 2018

Do you suffer from chronic headaches? If you've tried medication, holistic rituals, dietary changes, and everything else you've gotten feedback about, all hope is not lost. Physiotherapy is an alternative option that might offer you the relief you've been seeking.  Physiotherapy Physiotherapy is a form of medical therapy that is intended to deliver treatment to individuals who suffer from disabilities, injuries, and chronic illnesses, including headaches. Through the treatment, a physiotherapist performs different manipulation techniques, educates their patient on their condition, and provides helpful insight on things he or she can do outside of therapy to help improve their condition.
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Ways You Can Get Fresher And Younger Skin Before Your High School Reunion

Posted on: 13 September 2018

One of the events that you will likely attend when you reach adulthood is a high school reunion. Reunions usually start at around 10 years after graduation and occur periodically from there. If you have recently heard rumblings that you have a reunion coming up in the next year or so, you may be equal parts excited and nervous. The nerves may come from the fact that you no longer look exactly like your high school self.
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