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Treating Fibromyalgia Pain with Massage Therapy

Relieving Fibromyalgia Pain with Massage Therapy

Fibromyalgia can be a debilitating condition that causes the sufferer to experience chronic pain, poor sleep, muscular aches, and body-wide points of tenderness. In addition to chronic pain, those affected can face mood swings, memory problems, and fatigue. This ailment affects women more often than men, but the symptoms are manageable with proper care. Here […]

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Chiropractic Treatment For Back Pain Part 1

Chiropractic Treatment for Back Pain- Part 1

If you are suffering from chronic, non-specific back pain, Ultimate Health Clinic recommends seeking chiropractic treatment. Chiropractic is a non-invasive, hands-on health care discipline that focuses on a person’s musculoskeletal system. After initial intensive manipulative therapy with a chiropractor, a patient’s overall results can be enhanced further by obtaining maintenance spinal manipulation. The main way […]

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Chiropractic Care For Headaches

Chiropractic Care for Headaches

Headaches are a common ailment that can strike anytime, often without warning. Headaches are also extremely difficult to diagnose. There are many different forms of headaches such as: Migraines Cluster headaches Tension headaches Cervicogenic headaches The most common type of headache people experience is tension-type headaches. On average, 70% of men and 90% of women […]

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse

What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic Organ Prolapse is a type of pelvic floor disorder that affects 1 in every 5 women. The word ‘Prolapse’ means a slipping of an organ in the body, in a forward or downward direction. When the pelvic muscles and tissues are not able to support the pelvic organs because they become weakened, damaged, or […]

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Hypertonic Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Hypertonic Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Hypertonic Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is when the pelvic floor muscles are not able to relax, remain tense, and have spasms – the opposite of a prolapsed pelvic floor. When your pelvic floor muscles are tight or weak, they can also put stress on the joints of your back and hips, leading to persistent low back and hip […]

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