Deep Tissue Massage: Neck Area

Posted on: 19 January 2015

Deep Tissue Massage: Neck Area Therapeutic massage is defined as deep muscle relaxation at trigger points around the body. It is often a medicinal procedure used to patients who have injured specific muscles in their bodies. These injured muscles are known as trigger points. This article addresses patients with stiff necks and directs them on how to manage the pain themselves. Stiff necks may cause your life to be a living nightmare because the neck area is one of the most frequently used muscle in the body.
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Low budget funerals

Posted on: 13 January 2015

Although we'd all like to give our loved ones the lavish send-off they deserve, sometimes our financial situation just won't permit an expensive funeral. This can be a real problem if the deceased has not left a valuable estate or suitable insurance to meet their funeral expenses.  If you find yourself in this position, it's essential that you know how to hold a professional and dignified funeral without landing yourself deep in debt.
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The Pros And Cons Of Having Knee Replacement Surgery

Posted on: 2 December 2014

Often, when people have problems with their knees such as osteoarthritis, and traditional exercises, pain killers, anti-inflammatory drugs and other treatments don't help, orthopaedic surgeons recommend knee replacement surgery. For some people, this is the ideal solution. If your doctor has recommended that you have knee replacement, it is important that you do as much research on your own as possible before agreeing. Read on to learn more about the pros and cons of knee replacement surgery.
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Physiotherapy Exercises Immediately Following Knee Surgery

Posted on: 25 November 2014

This article takes a look at the exercises a physiotherapist will encourage a patient to do immediately after surgery to correct a knee problem. Part of a physiotherapist's work involves helping patients use parts of the body which have been operated on. This reduces the amount of recovery time, and can also reduce pain following surgery by stimulating blood flow to the area which underwent surgery. It is common for patients who have had knee surgery to be referred to a physiotherapist to help with this.
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