Tag Archives: pain relief

Using sound to eliminate pain

April 26, 2014

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Using sound to eliminate pain by Jill Mattson —  Did you ever wonder why we instinctively groan or cry out when we are hurt, or scream when we are frightened? Or why the karate master lets out a yell before he strikes? Such exclamations are the body’s way of releasing pain, sadness, fear and anger. […]

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Roll fibro pain away

March 27, 2013

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by Betsy Timmerman —  One of the most effective and affordable tools for pain relief is the foam roller. Often used for relaxing muscles after workouts, athletes really appreciate the relief they get from post-exertional tightness after a “roll out.” The foam roller is an excellent way to release trigger points in painful fibromyalgia muscles. […]

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Serrapeptase — an anti-inflammatory and pain reliever

March 17, 2013

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by Dr. J. Michael Pece —  Serrapeptase is a relatively new supplement that is gaining wide recognition among medical providers for its anti-inflammatory, pain relieving and fibrolytic (breaking down fibrin, scar tissue, atherosclerosis, etc.) effects. The Serratia peptidase enzyme was discovered in the early 1970s in silkworm intestines. The silkworm uses this enzyme (Serratia E15 […]

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Acupuncture effectively treats chronic low back pain

February 27, 2012

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by Kim Blankenship —  British and American researchers at the Peninsula Medical School in England and the University of Maryland School of Medicine analyzed numerous international studies on acupuncture therapy for low back pain. The teams worked independently, and reviewers only included randomized controlled trials. According to Eric Manheimer, study author and director of database […]

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Bowen Therapy allows the body to heal naturally

February 25, 2012

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by LuAnn Drake —  Bowen Therapy is a gentle form of hands-on bodywork procedures that are performed on muscles, tendons and ligaments. The “moves” cause an immediate muscle relaxation, which begins the healing process. Bowenwork was developed more than 60 years ago in Australia and is now being practiced in 30 countries. The practice addresses […]

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