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INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE for pain

August 3, 2009 by  
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Indian Head Massage can help headaches and neck and shoulder pain. It is soothing, relaxing and eases stiff muscles. It increases the circulation in the scalp and neck and shoulder muscles, sending more oxygen to these areas. It releases toxins to help ease pain. As the upper body and head is massaged, there is usually Read More…

HYPNOTHERAPY and pain control

August 3, 2009 by  
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Pain is a signal – a neurological event that must be noticed and interpreted cognitively, and possibly acted upon, before it turns into suffering.  It may be a meaningful signal, or it may have little or no value at all.  It would clearly be inappropriate to ignore or eliminate a meaningful pain signal that requires Read More…

HOMEOPATHY for pain

July 17, 2009 by  
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There are many types of pain and it is a part of everyday life. Homeopathy can be helpful in reducing and coping with pain. The most common type of pain is caused by trauma and injury. Homeopathy can be very useful in cases of first aid, and the following three remedies are some of the Read More…

ENERGY HEALING for pain

July 17, 2009 by  
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By working within the aura (the energy centre that surrounds the body), congestion, emotions, negativity can be drawn out, therefore alleviating pain. It is very important to get to the root cause of the pain or it will return. Energy healing allows us to do this.   Jane Oppegaard

CRANIAL OSTEOPATHY and pain

July 16, 2009 by  
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Cranial osteopathy can be particularly useful in treating the pain of headache, migraine, sinusitis and facial pain. It is extremely gentle, and so can be the technique of choice for those patients whose symptoms may be too acute for conventional osteopathic manipulative treatment, for example in the case of a recent acute back sprain with severe Read More…

ACUPUNCTURE & TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE for pain

July 16, 2009 by  
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Acupuncture along with herbal medicine is one of the oldest and most established systems of medicine in the world. With a proven track record that dates back some 3500 years. It is extremely effective in the treatment of pain.   Acupuncture is widely used in pain relief clinics, and by an increasing number of GPs, Read More…

What might be causing your knee pain

June 23, 2009 by  
Filed under Joints, pain, Physiotherapy

Do you have knee pain and are not sure of where it might be coming from? Well here are some little pointers that might give you a clue as to what might be causing the problem. Trauma Fracture- If there has been trauma and you are having significant pain with all movements, then ruling out Read More…

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