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In the world of sports, even the slightest advantage can make a difference.
If you are an office worker, you spend practically a third of your day sitting hunched over a computer. As such, it does not come as a surprise that musculoskeletal conditions like neck, shoulder and back pain can be attributed to long hours of sitting.
You don’t have to be an established sportsman to suffer a sports injury. In fact, a considerable percentage of patients that seek treatment for the most common sports-related injuries like Achilles tendinitis, groin strain, shin splints, back pains, knee pains, pulled muscles, and others are regular folks lightly dabbling in sports and other physical activities.
In the Hollywood film “Nacho Libre,” a famous luchador (the wrestler that the character Nacho had to compete against for his final match) had a pre-match routine.
We all have an idea of what ‘core’ is and to be honest, experience tells me we all have different interpretations of the term ‘core’!
THE EMMETT TECHNIQUE The Chameleon Approach To Body Therapies
What is the Emmett technique?
The Emmett Technique is a light touch therapy awareness showing the brain can re-evaluate what it is and then make its own adjustments. In this video Ross Emmett founder of the Emmett technique explain how it works.
An interesting question and one we have been asked more than one occasion at our massage clinic. Similarly, we are often asked 'how often could you have deep tissue massage?
What is the difference between Neurostructural Integration Technique or NST and Bowen Therapy? This question has been explored by countless therapists and people wishing to know more about the benefits and the philosophies behind these techniques, and to shed light on this matter, here are important details about each that can help you understand how they can lead people toward the path to improved health.
It may start with a dull, aching pain in your shoulder, upper arm, back and neck that doesn’t seem to go away. The ache and soreness start to limit your movement and flexibility.