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05 March 2019

My Rx4Wellness Tips : Healthy Eating - Good Fat vs Bad Fat

You comb through hundreds of articles on diet, health, and nutrition. Listen to Dr. Oz and all the other experts. You despair and wonder if you will ever achieve your “healthy eating” objectives. Finally, you find information that gives you hope. Why? Because it lists all the foods you like to eat anyway!! Not some. ALL!!!





The Healthy Eating Pyramid, from the Harvard S...

The Healthy Eating Pyramid, from the Harvard School of Public Health (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Health is better than money!

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14 April 2018

4 Best DRINKS to Safely Silence Pain Fast

There are natural and tasty beverages that fight inflammation and pain, like these four:


4. Blueberry Juice
3. Green Tea
2. Tart Cherry Juice
1. Kefir (made from fermented milk and is a rich source of beneficial bacteria known as probiotics.)
These 4 above, only scratch the surface of potent natural painkillers that work throughout your entire body to help it fight inflammation, dissolve scar tissue and more. Click here.
 

Blueberries close up
Blueberries close up (Photo credit: Martin LaBar)





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Art of Tea Go Green

16 February 2018

General Healthcare Info : What can a physical therapist do for you?

A physical therapist is a state licensed professional qualified to implement indirect and direct care for a patient with the goal of rehabilitating normal body operations after injury, post surgery, or for a chronic malady. A physical therapist can provide treatment to individuals of all ages.


"My physical therapist says this is the worst possible position you can li…" - New Yorker Cartoon

There is a difference between physical therapist and a personal trainer.

A personal trainer is a fitness professional.  Their objectives are to customize a safe and effective exercise and diet regimen for their client, working with them one-on-one mainly to change their eating habits and get them into a daily workout routine so that they can develop the healthier physically fit body they desire. The trainer's role is one of re-habituation.  Correcting bad habits that don't lend themselves to a healthy body and lifestyle.

Client versus patient?

A physical therapist is almost always assigned to a patient who is having difficulty resuming a normal healthy lifestyle because of musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, and/or cardiothoracic ailments.  The professional knowledge, skills and experience of a physical therapist must be far more extensive than a personal trainer.  A physical therapist must graduate with a minimum of a master’s degree from an accredited university, pass a national board exam, and become a health care provider licensed in the state where they practice. In nearly all instances, a physical therapist is part of referral team of medical professionals. The program the therapist designs for the patient must take into consideration how to return their body to a pre-injury, pre-surgery, or pre-illness state of well-being. Similar to the trainer, the therapist will develop an exercise program tailored to the individual.  But the goal of physical therapy is rehabilitation. It is much more challenging than retraining a person not to engage in bad habits. It can be an integral part of pain management.  The patient should view a physical therapist as an important partner on their journey to recovery.

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09 September 2017

Trigger Point Pain - Trigger Point Therapy

Research has shown that trigger points are the primary cause of pain at least 75 percent of the time and are a factor in nearly every painful condition. Trigger points, a type of muscle stiffness, are the result of tiny contraction knots that develop in muscle and tissue when an area of the body is injured or overworked. A hallmark of trigger points is something called “referred” pain. This means that trigger points typically send their pain to some other place in the body, which is why conventional treatments for pain so often fail.


 


Trigger points can occur as a result of muscle trauma (from car accidents, falls, sports- and work-related injuries, etc.), muscle strain from repetitive movements at work or play, postural strain from standing or sitting improperly for long periods at the computer, emotional stress, anxiety, allergies, nutritional deficiencies, inflammation, and toxins in the environment. A single event can initiate a trigger point, and you can suffer the effects for the rest of your life if that trigger point is not addressed properly.

You can self treat trigger points from home.

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