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Aromatherapy: The Magical Key to Relaxation

Posted on Nov 28, 2017 by Swati Chadha

Ease out your day’s stress and anxiety using essential oils. They are nerve-calming and soothing and hence, sleep-inducing. They are versatile enough to improve digestive, respiratory and skin concerns.

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Posted in Aromatherapy

Choosing the Right Electrodes for Electrotherapy

Posted on Nov 03, 2017 by Taikhum Sadiq

Electrodes are conducting elements or terminals that help conduct electricity through non-conducting substances. They are an indispensible part of electrotherapy.

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How to perform Yoga for Respiratory Health

Posted on Oct 16, 2017 by Ashima Goyal Siraj

In this article we focus on two yogic breathing exercises to control breathing. Regular practice can relieve common respiratory ailments like cold, sinusitis, etc.

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Posted in Balance And Stability

The Best Posture Corrector for Women

Posted on Oct 14, 2017 by Taikhum Sadiq

Women posture corrector work to support the back and all its muscles and joints. The proper usage of this device reinstates the proper posture of the back.

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Posted in Posture Corrector

8 Ways You Never Knew You Could Use Your FSA Dollars in 2019

Posted on Sep 29, 2017 by Gazala Bohra

Have you already started fretting over the year end conundrum of “Gotta use it or I will lose it”?!? Every year you plan the FSA number based on probabilities of a certain number of sick visits to the doctors for family, broken frames replacements especially if you have little ones who use eyeglasses, maybe even accounted for a possible root canal for a cavity.

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Posted in Wound Care Hot And Cold Therapy

Jumper’s Knee – The Symptoms And Treatment

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 by Taikhum Sadiq

An inflammatory condition, jumper’s knee is common among athletes involved in jumping and landing activities. R.I.C.E. is most recommended treatment for it.

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Posted in Knee Supports

Exercising Your Hand and Fingers

Posted on Mar 15, 2017 by Kevin Cleary

The ability to have a firm grasp on the world around us cannot be emphasized enough, but doing so without pain is even more important. Sometimes due to an injury or arthritis we can experience diminished range of motion and a higher level of pain over time. Your doctor may want you to visit with an occupational therapist in order to evaluate any loss of dexterity or strength.

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Posted in Hand Therapy Exercise

Relief for Your Pain

Posted on Mar 09, 2017 by Kevin Cleary

Pain is caused by a plethora of stimuli and there’s nothing better than pain relief. Some instances of pain are temporary, while some are chronic and can last a lifetime. Being able to design a pain management plan for your specific need requires understanding what options are available to us. There are a plethora of pain relief methods that can be advantageous to whatever pains you.

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Posted in Pain Relief

Dealing with Aging

Posted on Jan 14, 2017 by Kevin Cleary

Aging is not just a matter of developing wrinkles or a touch of gray hair; it can affect many aspects of our body and therefore have a direct impact on our lifestyle. Old man time waits for no man or woman!!

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Posted in Fitness products

Exercise and Rehabilitation: Similar but Different

Posted on Dec 13, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

Obviously, everyone can benefit from daily exercise as a key to overall health, but rehabbing after an injury or illness requires specially trained therapists to guide us through what we need. Working together with our doctor and therapists allows us to work efficiently and in a safe manner toward set goals to get us back on our feet.

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Posted in Fitness products

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