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February 2018 – HealthWorks

Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Beastie massage ball

Roll away tension and stress with the Beastie Massage Ball. The compact size targets the small areas of the hand and feet to release tightness and is perfect for on-the-go relief. The tips are designed to stimulate circulation and soothe discomfort that keeps you from moving well. Ask for details during your next visit - [...]

The Hamstring strain

The basics: You have four hamstring muscles: the semimembranosus and semitendinosus (medially) and the biceps femoris - short and long heads (laterally). A hamstring strain is a common leg injury involving a tear in one or more of these muscles. A hamstring strain can range from mild to very severe involving a complete tear of the [...]

Golfer’s elbow (Medial epicondylitis)

Medial epicondylitis or golfer’s elbow as its more commonly known, is not a disorder reserved for those who enjoy a game of golf. It is commonly caused by the swinging action used in golf, but it can also be caused by overuse and repetitive activities such as throwing a ball (it is also known as a baseball [...]

Sit up straight!

Everyone has been nagged to sit up straight by a family member, now it’s our turn to say the same thing! Does it ever end? The answer is that no - proper posture will never be something you’re too old to be reminded of and in today’s world of sitting at a desk for hours [...]

Ankle sprains 101 – Q&A

What is an ankle sprain? An ankle sprain refers to stretching or tearing of the ligaments of the ankle. The most common ankle sprain occurs on the outer part of the ankle. What part of the ankle get damaged the most? There are multiple ligaments in the ankle. The two most commonly injured are: The [...]

The Trigger Point Massager

The Trigger Point Massage is a a lightweight, durable and multi-functional massage tool. It allows you to have full control over the amount of pressure you apply when navigating the device to release areas of tightness or pain in your back, neck, shoulders. Ask for details during your next visit.

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