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*******sportsinjuriespainreliefandfasthealing.wordpress**** Steve is a classic example showing how an horrific sports injury can be healed in about half the expected time with significantly reduced pain. He was recently playing at a hockey tournament in Queensland where he received a significant sports injury. He recovered in an incredibly short period of time, and managed to amaze the doctors. Steve was badly hit on his right hand which shattered the knuckle. Of course he was out of the tournament, which was really bad luck as it happened in the first game! The doctors said he would need surgery when he returned to Perth in 2 weeks, after the tournament. However, during the course of the 2 week period in which time he used a small device on his hand, three things became evident. * Firstly the bruising appeared on his hand in a symmetrical round shape - the exact shape of the device which was drawing out the bruising. The doctors had never seen anything like it before! * Secondly, the bone had received a hairline fracture, which totally healed. Again, the doctors had never seen anything like it before! * Thirdly, Steve never did need to have surgery .. the hand healed all by itself with the help of this device. Finally, I would also mention that this kind of injury must have been excruciatingly painful, but that he described the pain as 'not too bad' after applying this device and letting it do it's work. Although when it first happened he did take a more than a few painkillers! Steve is a classic example of how this device gives rapid recovery from sports injuries e.g. knee injuries, joint injuries, ankle injuries, neck injuries, muscle injuries, hamstring injuries, tendon injuries, soft tissue injuries etc. and at the same time giving natural pain relief. For more information please visit *******sportsinjuriespainreliefandfasthealing.wordpress**** or email Alan at sportsinjuriespainreliefgmail****
25 Jan 2010
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*******sportsinjuriespainreliefandfasthealing.wordpress**** Alan Chesney, Olympic gold medalist, talks about an amazing device which he uses to radically bring natural pain relief and promote rapid healing from sports injuries e.g. knee injuries, joint injuries, ankle injuries, neck injuries, muscle injuries, tendon injuries, soft tissue injuries etc. This device is a combination of two healing strategies: •The ancient 5000 year old wisdom of Chinese philosophy regarding the principles of acupuncture, which has become recognized and accepted by the health professionals. •The latest space age technology called Pulsating Energy Resonating Therapy (PERT). The manner in which it works can be likened to a tuning fork! When the tuning fork is struck, its vibration resonates with the corresponding piano string which stimulates and activates the string so that it starts playing. In a similar way this device sends various pulse forms and frequencies which stimulate the body tissues such as capillaries, cells and connective tissues. This leads to:- •improved blood circulation •improved oxygenation of cells and tissues •increased nutritional supply to cells and tissue •increased removal of metabolic waste and CO² •improved cell metabolism And basically that means that it creates optimum conditions for the body to heal. So the user has rapid healing and reduction/elimination of pain. When this little device is strapped on to the affected area and turned on, the body will immediately start to heal and the pain will be alleviated/eliminated. It is very simple and easy to use, and VERY effective at healing and alleviating/eliminating the pain and keeping it away! Being so small it can easily go undetected under your clothing, so that no-one will even know you are using it. And you can use it while you're relaxing, playing or working. For more information please visit *******sportsinjuriespainreliefandfasthealing.wordpress**** or email Alan at alanchesneybigpond****
8 Jun 2009
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Several types of therapies are available for patients who suffer injuries or whose muscles have become knotted or damaged. This article describes remedial massage.*******physioonbrunswick****.au/
8 Aug 2012
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Dr. Terry Zachary explains the carpal tunnel and carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) injury prevention utilizing Handmaster Plus for hand muscle strength and balance exercises. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) occurs when hand muscle imbalance is present due to repetitive flexion, repetitive gripping and poor blood flow. Dr. Zachary explains how to use Handmaster Plus as a hand muscle strengthening and balancing exercise that results in proper strength balance and blood flow and injury prevention.
15 Jul 2008
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*******www.yellowpages.ca/bus/Ontario/London/Family-Physiotherapy-Centre/3490061.html Family Physiotherapy Centre Of London located in Victoria Hospital London is an excellent choice if you are looking for physiotherapy or rehabilitation. To learn more call 519-439-6111, visit us at 339 Wellington Road, London N6C 5Z9 or check the url above.
6 Mar 2010
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Muscle soreness is a typical side effect of working out. Most people experience soreness within about 1-2 days post workout. What causes muscle soreness? When you exercise with any resistance like weight training, hill walking, running, etc., you are actually causing your muscles to break down a bit. After your workout, your muscles begin to rebuild and can cause a bit of soreness. Find out more at : *******Www.Yeahtips.Com/2009/09/21/Tips-To-Reduce-Muscle-Soreness/
21 May 2010
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Muscle soreness is a typical side effect of working out. Most people experience soreness within about 1-2 days post workout. What causes muscle soreness? When you exercise with any resistance like weight training, hill walking, running, etc., you are actually causing your muscles to break down a bit. After your workout, your muscles begin to rebuild and can cause a bit of soreness. Find out more at : *******Www.Yeahtips.Com/2009/09/21/Tips-To-Reduce-Muscle-Soreness/
21 May 2010
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Muscle soreness is a typical side effect of working out. Most people experience soreness within about 1-2 days post workout. What causes muscle soreness? Find out more at Yeahtips****
21 May 2010
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Muscle soreness is a typical side effect of working out. Most people experience soreness within about 1-2 days post workout. What causes muscle soreness? Find out more at Yeahtips****
21 May 2010
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Muscle soreness is a typical side effect of working out. Most people experience soreness within about 1-2 days post workout. What causes muscle soreness? When you exercise with any resistance like weight training, hill walking, running, etc., you are actually causing your muscles to break down a bit. After your workout, your muscles begin to rebuild and can cause a bit of soreness. Find out more at : *******Www.Yeahtips.Com/2009/09/21/Tips-To-Reduce-Muscle-Soreness/
22 May 2010
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*******tinyurl****/painjoints Grab these proven exercises to relieve you of those shoulder pains. Cheers! *******tinyurl****/painjoints shoulder tendonitis hip pain shoulder pains pain shoulder ache nerve pain shoulder therapy neck pain painful shoulder shoulder shoulder physical therapy shoulder problems rotator cuff pain shoulder injury shoulder rehabilitation shoulder injuries ankle pain shoulder surgery shoulder joint joint pain knee pain pain therapy pain treatment wrist pain pain shoulders muscle pain shoulder aches pinched nerve shoulder treatment chronic pain leg pain arthritis pain sciatica pain sore shoulder shoulder exercises frozen shoulder elbow pain tendonitis shoulder rehab bursitis tmj upper arm pain rotator cuff frozen shoulder syndrome rotator cuff injury sholder pain fibromyalgia muscles pain torn rotator cuff foot pain pain arm rotator cuff tear shoulder stiffness tennis elbow hand pain physical therapy pinched nerve shoulder head and neck pain shoulder muscle injury whiplash back injury pinched nerve shoulder blade neck pains neck pain treatment pinched nerves neck pain relief chronic pain treatment chronic neck pain pinched nerve neck spinal pain back pain treatment back pain specialist chronic pain relief spine pain rotator cuff surgery shoulder strain back specialist shoulder physiotherapy back and neck pain shoulder inflammation back pain therapy chronic back pain shoulder impingement back pain relief back pain acupuncture shoulder hurts shoulder hurt shoulder arthritis shoulder tendons mri shoulder treatment for shoulder bursitis dislocated shoulder treatment cause of back pain bursitis shoulder knee problems shoulder tendinitis osteoarthritis bursitis shoulder treatment knee tendonitis biofreeze low back pain dislocated shoulder tendonitis of the shoulder rotator cuff diagnosis sciatica shoulder brace
8 Mar 2009
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Pre-Exhaustive training is a a great way to stimulate muscle growth and minimize muscle injury!
2 Mar 2009
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Back your back: Back & Muscle injury prevention Number: VT01276 Material: video, 19 minutes Industry: general industry Explains the causes and prevention of back injuries and lifting techniques. WA State Dept of Labor & Industries, 1992
10 Aug 2011
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*******www.PreOp**** Patient ED 617-379-1582 INFO Achilles Tendon Surgery muscle injury heel doctor Your doctor has recommended that you undergo surgery to repair your ruptured Achilles tendon. But what does that actually mean? Your Achilles tendon is the connection between the heel and the most powerful muscle group in the body. It is the strongest, largest and thickest tendon in the body. It begins in the mid-leg and descends to the heel. Unfortunately, the Achilles tendon is extremely susceptible to acute and chronic injury because of the demands it withstands. When it ruptures, patients feel a "pop" and may feel that they've been struck from behind. This is often followed by weakness and pain
12 Mar 2010
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Click on the cat link to get out of the weird side of youtube! *******www.youtube****/watch?src_vid=POdrYVYjsp8&v=-4I6Ju_FGpg&annotation_id=annotation_428742&feature=iv I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (*******www.youtube****/editor)
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Circle Us On Google Plus ********plus.google****/+psychetruth Easy Exercise for Foot, Arch and Leg Pain from Fallen Arches, Flat Feet, Pronation Fallen arches, flat feet, or Plantar fasciitis can cause pain and discomfort in the legs, feet, ankles, Achilles tendon, hips, and low back. In this video, Ron Vaughn, a sports massage therapist, and Christie Powell, a physical therapist, explain how the feet become pronated (fallen arches) and how some simple at-home exercises can strengthen the arch muscles to allevaite pain and discomfort. Discomfort when standing for long periods of time or when running or doing another athletic activity may be caused by weakened arch muscles. Many people are recommended to wear orhotics or orthotic insoles to get better arch support. While this can provide a temporary fix, Christie explains that strengthening those muscles is the only way to fix the biomechanics of the foot and really alleviate pain. Ron demonstrates a unique technique for relaxing the muscles in the feet and provides instruction that other therapists may find useful. Sports massage can be very helpful in loosening up the soft tissue that the muscles can be strengthened. Christie then shows an easy exercise that we can do at home to strengthen our arches and alleviate pain. The exercise is called Pen/Penny and requires only a pen and penny. This is a great exercise with lots of benefits to the feet, legs, and back. Ron graduated in 1997 from Austin Schools of Massage in Austin, TX, and also has a Bachelor's degree in Exercise & Sports Science from Southwest Texas State University (a.k.a. Texas State University of San Marcos). Christie received her Masters from Texas State University and is currently pursuing her PhD in Kinesiology/Movement Science at the University of Texas. She is dedicated to working with youth and adult athletes and is involved in various programs to promote education and increase awareness of athletic injuries. Visit Ron's Website: www.AthleticTuneUp**** Visit Christie on the CatzAustin website: www.CatzAustin**** This video was produced by Psychetruth *******www.youtube****/psychetruth *******www.twitter****/psychetruth *******www.facebook****/psychetruth *******www.myspace****/psychtruth © Copyright 2011 Target Public Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. "foot pain" pronation "heel pain" "plantar fasciitis" orthotics insoles "arch support" "flat feet" "fallen arches" health tip feet foot fallen pain discomfort leg butt hip sports massage physical therapy "physical therapy" "athletic tuneup" athlete muscle injury run walk standing psychetruth Catz Austin
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