Articles Of The Week April 14, 2019
People will do all sorts of popular treatments for different parts of their body. There is a new trend where women are getting laser therapy on their vagina for a variety of reasons, but is the treatment actually valid? Well…there is still research to be done.
“Do Vaginas Need Rejuvenating?” – Sandy Hilton
Patient education and communication is a crucial part of treatment, but how much of what we say do they remember? This is where effective communication may be using short simple messages to help with education retention.
“Pain Science Education” – Lynita White
When it comes to our mental health, it turns out exercise does more for it than money. Although I’m sure most of us would have guessed that, there’s actually research out of Yale and Oxford that prove it.
“Exercise Makes You Happier Than Money” – Ruqayyah Moynihan
Continuing with mental health, how about its relationship with food? If we were to include education on nutrition as part of mainstream healthcare is there a potential for real change? This article argues it would.
“Why Isn’t Nutritional Therapy A Primary Therapy For Mental Illness?” – Eirik Garnas
Research is showing us that one of the best things we can do for arthritis, is loading the affected joints. When loaded properly we can actually combat the effects arthritis has on the joints.
“Arthritis And Movement: Your Weightlifting Prescription” – Mike DeMille, DPT, and Erin Murray
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