Thursday
Jan252018

Achilles Tendonitis

What Causes Achilles Tendonitis?

Achilles Tendonitis is an overuse injury that is common especially to joggers and jumpers, due to the repetitive action of these activities.

Most tendon injuries are the result of gradual wear and tear to the tendon from overuse or ageing. Anyone can have a tendon injury, but people who make the same motions over and over in their jobs, sports, or daily activities are more likely to damage a tendon.

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Thursday
Jan252018

Does Canada Have an Opioid Epidemic?

OxyContin has annual sales of over $35 billion in the US! How? The book Crooked by CJ Ramin, explains in detail the conspiracy behind the opioid industry that continues on an international basis to this day. The studies seem to deliberately fail to report on the true addiction and death rates related to these drugs. They ignore the fact that four out of five heroin users in the US report that their opioid use began with medically prescribed drugs.

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Wednesday
Oct042017

Massage Therapy and Intestinal Issues

Massage therapy can be a great way to treat intestinal issues. Whether you are suffering from I.B.S., indigestion, crohn's, colitis, diarrhea or constipation massage therapy can help relieve these conditions.

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Wednesday
Sep272017

HEEL SPUR

What is a Heel Spur? 

Heel spurs are a common source of heel pain. Heel spurs are a bony growth attached to your heel bone (calcaneus) and grow into your foot arch.

What Causes a Heel Spur?

A heel spur is caused by chronic plantar fasciitis.

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Wednesday
Sep272017

Does Smoking or Diabetes Cause Lower Back Pain?

It's more bad news for smokers. A new study strengthens the link between smoking and lower back pain. It also sheds light on the causes of degenerative lumbar spine problems.

Numerous researchers have proposed a link between smoking and low back pain, but the exact nature of that link had remained largely untested in long-term studies.

The new study on smoking and low back pain, which examined 1,337 doctors, followed some participants for more than 50 years.

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