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Making Massage a New Year’s Resolution!

Every year most of us ring in the New Year and set out our New Year’s resolutions. We set out goals for success, love, health, etc.  The reasons behind these resolutions vary from person to person and are reactions to the various stresses we have in our lives. MASSAGE can be part of a pro-active…

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Therapeutic Massage and Rotator Cuff Injuries

As patients filter through our office everyday, one of the most common complaints we hear is of shoulder pain. Injuries to the rotator cuff muscles and tendons affect most of us from one degree to another. People as young as 14 can experience injuries to their shoulder, typically from sports related issues, so it is…

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What Physicians and Patients Need To Know About Massage Therapy…

Massage therapy is becoming more widely recognized as a complementary treatment to traditional western medicine. However, there are still questions from many physicians about what a partnership with a  trusted, certified, trained massage therapist can do for their patients and their practice. As patients become more educated about the long-term effects of pharmaceutical and surgical…

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Whiplash and Chiropractic

Whiplash occurs when the head and neck are unexpectedly jolted quickly in one direction and then rebounded in the opposing direction. Subsequently, damage occurs in the form of misaligned spinal joints, brain concussions/contusions, and injured or torn nerves, muscles, tendons, discs, and other involved tissues. Some whiplash patients heal quickly. Others may suffer long-term chronic…

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Benefits of Sports Massage – Lancaster, CA

Sports massage therapy is suitable not just for regular athletes, but for a wide variety of people from world-class professionals to weekend joggers who want to prevent or recover from a soft tissue injury. Sports massage therapy is the manipulation, management and rehabilitation of soft tissues within the body as related specifically to the muscles,…

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