Category: Pain

Feb 26
Acupuncture Linked to Reduced Joint Pain for Up to a Year

Comparison of Acupuncture vs Sham Acupuncture or Waiting List Control in the Treatment of Aromatase Inhibitor–Related Joint Pain – A Randomized Clinical Trial Aromatase inhibitors (AIs) have proven efficacy for the treatment of hormone-sensitive breast cancer. They do this by preventing an enzyme in fat tissue (aromatase) from changing other hormones into estrogen.   About […]

Feb 26
Yoga effective in treating chronic back pain

Who has a Yoga class booked for the weekend? For low back pain and sciatica NICE recommends exercise in all its forms – for example stretching, strengthening, aerobics or yoga – as the first step in managing the condition. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29131732/

Feb 26
Acupuncture Recognised by NHS

Referenced from: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/acupuncture/ “Acupuncture practitioners – sometimes called acupuncturists – use acupuncture to treat a wide range of health conditions. However, the use of acupuncture is not always based on rigorous scientific evidence. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides guidelines for the NHS on the use of treatments and care of patients. Currently, NICE only recommends considering […]

Feb 26
Why It’s Important To Find A Skilled Massage Therapist

Massage therapy is a popular and effective treatment for many physical and emotional conditions. It involves the manipulation of soft tissues in the body to promote relaxation, reduce pain, and improve overall well-being. However, not all massage therapists are created equal. Finding a skilled therapist is essential to getting the most out of your massage […]

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