Category Archives: Massage Therapy For Heart Health

Massage Can Help Treat Lower Back Pain

from Time Lower back pain is the leading cause of job disability in the world. About one in ten people have it, and for many who develop back pain, the condition becomes chronic. Now, a new study finds that massage may provide lasting relief for chronic lower back pain, according to research published in the…
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Boomers & beyond: Therapist brings the benefits of massage to seniors

From American Press For Deborah Faul, it’s about connection. Her senior-focused massage therapy service, she says, provides clients with respite from the pains of aging and some much-needed human touch. “These are people who don’t always receive the validation, dignity and respect they deserve,” Faul said. “These moments I spend with them, they’re sacred moments.”…
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Massage Benefits Children After Heart Surgery

Massage therapy is typically considered a treatment for adults. However, children can benefit from massage therapy in a number of ways. Pediatric massage has shown to be especially beneficial to children undergoing treatment for other health conditions by treating the symptoms of those conditions. Researchers at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and Cincinnati Children's Hospital…
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Massage Fights Heart Disease

Top 3 Risk Factors for Heart Disease February is recognized as American Heart Month—a time to recognize heart disease as the number one killer among Americans.  The American Heart Association has published the top 3 risk factors for the disease and what you can do to minimize your risk: High Cholesterol High Blood Pressure Inactivity…
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