How many times have you had a person looking to book because they need help with vertigo? I had it happen this week and didn’t know what I should do. Fortunately, this post has a three-step guide to understanding when this is a red flag, being able to identify different types of vertigo, and when to refer out.
Science is pretty amazing! Researchers are working on a way to help people with Osteoarthritis by developing a device that appears to regrow cartilage in a damaged knee with every step taken. While this is a long way from being implemented in humans, this looks pretty interesting.
We love analogies around here and this one is pretty awesome. Here are four reasons why massage is like ice cream (and honestly, who doesn’t love both!?).
Why Massage Is Like Ice Cream – Matt Scarsbrook
One of the biggest reasons people come to get a massage is to help with pain. While massage is pretty reliable at helping people with this, there are other factors at play contributing to a person’s pain experience where we can’t help but could refer out. Turns out our metabolic health can have a profound effect on joint pain and even contribute to Osteoarthritis.
Metabolic Health: How Our Diet Affects Joint Pain – Howard J. Luks MD
For the past month or so I’ve been going through treatment for insomnia with a Psychologist and learning more and more about sleep and how it works. While I don’t agree with everything in this post there is some valuable information on the importance of sleep and being in business, which is important for all of us as we are all our own business!
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