Things You Should Know Before Your First Massage Therapy Session

Posted on: 20 December 2019

Massage therapy is one of the best ways to soothe your body and mind. Some of the health perks you will enjoy when you start your sessions include anxiety relief, improved blood circulation, and better health immunity, among others. But, sometimes, therapy can be up close and personal, and it's vital to prepare yourself to avoid having awkward moments with the therapist. While a therapist will conduct themselves professionally, you also need to play your part to have an awesome massage experience.
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All You Need To Know About Physiotherapy

Posted on: 17 October 2019

Have you had an accident or some internal injuries caused by long-term illnesses such as arthritis or COPD? Well, your doctor may have recommended physiotherapy to alleviate the pain and promote recovery. The extract below addresses some of the questions you may have about general physiotherapy.  Is Physiotherapy Massage?  There are a lot of similarities between physiotherapy and massage. In fact, some of the techniques used at the massage parlour may be used in the hospital.
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How Systemic Chemotherapy Helps Treat Bladder Cancer

Posted on: 23 September 2019

Sadly, many people discover that they have bladder cancer when it is in its advanced stages. Doctors use various tactics to diagnose its presence in the body including cystoscopy, biopsy, imaging tests and urine cytology. Once the presence of cancer has been confirmed, the doctors decide on an appropriate course of treatment. The recommended treatment depends on the stage of the cancer and whether it has metastasised to other parts of the body.
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Two tips for people who are about to have their first full-body examination at a skin cancer clinic

Posted on: 30 July 2019

If you have arranged to undergo a full-body examination at a skin cancer clinic, here are some tips to ensure that you are prepared for this important health check. Prep your hair This health check will involve the doctor examining your entire body for mole irregularities, including your scalp. To ensure that they can see these areas as clearly as possible (and, therefore, can spot any cancerous moles in these parts of your body), it's important to prep your hair beforehand.
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