Did you know that massage therapy is one of the most effective ways to relieve anxiety? Did you know that it can help reduce stress and tension while promoting relaxation and rest? It’s true. Massage therapy has shown to be effective in treating a variety of disorders and conditions. This blog post lists the three…+ Read More
In today’s fast-paced world, many of us are under stress more than ever. This pressure can take a toll on our bodies, minds and spirits. As a result, many of us are turning to massage therapy as a natural remedy to help us relax and stress less. So, what benefits can massage therapy have for…+ Read More
Do you ever feel like you could use a little stress relief? Is tension settling in your neck and shoulders, or does your lower back feel like it’s being pulled in two different directions? Or do your hips and legs feel like they’re on permanent call? If so, you’re not alone. Stress is a part…+ Read More
You don’t have to be an elite athlete to seek physiotherapy, and it isn’t only for the injured. In fact, physiotherapy can be beneficial in many ways but it also depends on the source of your pain. If you’ve pulled a muscle and it’s a constant and annoying pain, seeing a physiotherapist may be your…+ Read More
Have you ever experienced discomfort or pain, and you weren’t quite sure whether you needed physiotherapy or massage therapy? If so, you’re not alone. There are many differences between physiotherapy and massage therapy, but they can both help manage pain. Let’s focus on what each of the services can offer and how they differ in…+ Read More
… also known as intermetatarsal neuroma, is a condition where there is a neuroma between the metatarsals of your foot, near the balls of your feet or your “fore foot”. A neuroma is a benign growth of nerve tissues that can cause burning pain, numbness, and tingling. The cause of Morton’s neuroma is often tight…+ Read More
Is your kid complaining of front knee pain? Can you see a bump just below front of knee joint? If yes, then your kid might be suffering from a condition called, Osgood-Schlatter disease. This is a condition, also known as tibial tubercle apophysitis, usually occurs in children up to age of 16. A tibial tubercle…+ Read More
Your neck is composed of seven cervical spinal segments that are named C1 through to C7. The segments are attached to its neighbour by two joints, one on each side (left and right) of the vertebrae. At each level of the spine, a nerve comes out through the space created by the facet joints and…+ Read More
What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis describes degeneration of the joint surface or cartilage in a joint. This occurs due to an abnormal strain on a certain joint, often from a biomechanical fault over time. Joints that are commonly affected include the knees, hips, spine, shoulders, and hands. Osteoarthritis can also be present due to the aging…+ Read More
Even though many of us recognise the importance of a beautiful smile, we often take oral health for granted. Cancelled dentist appointment here, delayed cleaning by approximately six months over there, and before you know it, a substantial amount of time has gone by without a trip to the dentist and when we do go,…+ Read More
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