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â??Pregnancy therapyâ??. When I was pregnant with my second child, I experienced pain at its peak. My OB-GYNE suggested a prenatal massage. Fortunately, my husband and I didn’t have a difficult time looking for a clinic that also specializes in prenatal massages. This is a great way of relieving low back pains due to pregnancy and will help ease the birthing process. That was a very satisfying experience for me, and I didn’t even spend much on a lot of pregnancy classes and other therapies that are not that satisfying. I highly suggest that you check the place out.
â??Addictiveâ??. Some people might find my “addiction” to massage an excessive luxury but I honestly am able to focus and work better after getting a massage on the weekends. It’s not that expensive and I’ve read a lot of health magazines saying that it improves overall wellness if done right and regularly. I consider this a preventive measure from getting sick.
â??Natural Pain Killerâ??. I’ve never been a fan of oral medications especially pain killers. I just feel like one can easily get addicted to these things and I try my best to lead a life of homeopathy where everything I do or put in my body is natural and organic. Then I got into an accident while redecorating my kitchen. I fell off the ladder and landed on my tailbone. It hurts for a whole week and I couldn’t even walk straight. The doctor recommended taking some ibuprofen but I really didn’t want to. I did some research about alternative pain relief and came across an article from Massage Envy. I checked out their credentials and found a lot of good things about them. Plus, the fact that I was able to see their staff as licensed massage therapists was a comforting note. They recommended the deep tissue massage after the bruises were gone. It helped a lot and I go there twice a month for back massages now.
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