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Trigger Point Therapy - Dietary Influences

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  About Nutrition and Chronic Pain   Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies are Present in 50% of Chronic Pain Cases  Adequate quantities of minerals and vitamins are essential for healthy muscles and tissues. Studies have indicated that 50% of clients presenting with chronic pain are found to be deficient in a number of key micronutrients. Vitamins B1, B6, and B12, along with vitamin C and folic acid, are important in the war on pain. The minerals calcium, magnesium, iron, and potassium are all critically important. These vitamins and minerals play important roles in the physiology of muscle activity. Treatment Outcomes Clients presenting with myofascial...

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Trigger Point Therapy - Fibromyalgia

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  Fibromyalgia - Why Your Diet May Be an Important Factor in Managing the Pain   More women than men are affected by fibromyalgia, but there is no age profile, and currently no reliable research to account for the gender factor Because the cause of this "obviously very real" disorder remains unknown, too many patients are left disappointed by medical doctors who offer little in the way of hope or relief. Patients who present in our clinics with fibromyalgia are undoubtedly amongst the most highly motivated to seek treatment and relief.  We don't yet have the answers to treating this condition...

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Frozen Shoulder - Can Your Diet Make a Difference?

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  There’s a lot of “talk” about nutrition and frozen shoulder. Does any of it make sense? Is there any connection between what you eat and the chances of you getting frozen shoulder? Are there any foods that can help with treatment and recovery? In this article we take a look at some of the common myths and hope to clear up some of the confusion.Are there any foods that can help prevent the onset of frozen shoulder?We live in an age where we are all increasingly aware of the basics of healthy eating and as a result, our clinicians are increasingly asked if...

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