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Kathy Long Tiffany Parsons Jessica Belanger Claire Guy
During an average life time each person walks about 115,000 miles, and three quarters of the people have foot problems at some point in their lives. Foot problems can arise from wearing ill-fitted shoes, from general ware and tear, as a result of injury, or as a complication of disease. You may not think about your feet that often--way down there at the ends of your legs--but they're an essential part of almost everything you do. Whether walking, running, exercising or just standing, having feet that are comfortable and well-cared for (rather than aching of pain) makes the experience more pleasant. Therefore, knowing how to care for your FEET is key. And it isn't just about feeling good. When your feet don't get the attention they need, chronic problems can develop, which may trouble you for years to come. People with diabetes or circulatory disease are 20 times greater to develop foot problems. we only have 1 pair of feet, and it's sad but true, that they get the least attention, our feet are meant to last us our life time.
Healthy Feet are Happy Feet !!
is a relaxing treatment that has been around for many years. In fact the word comes from the Greek "masso" which means "to touch". Massage therapist use a variety of gliding, kneading, cross fiber friction strokes to work the muscle tissue and releasing tension and improving circulation. Massage has many health benefits. Massage can help you maintain physical, mental and emotional well being, especially when it is part of your regular wellness routine. The Health Benefits of Massage: Massage calms the nervous system and promotes a sense of relaxation and wellbeing, reduces tension and anxiety, improves blood circulation which delivers oxygen and nutrients to the cells, stimulates the lymphatic system, which carries away the body's waste products, prevents and relieves muscle cramps and spasms, and can help with pain management in conditions such as arthritis, sciatica, and muscle spasms. Doctors, Chiropractors, and physical therapists understand the benefits of massage and the pain relief it can provide. Some suffering from chronic pain or certain types of injury can experience immediate, partial or temporary relief. Massage sometimes can be used in conjunction with physical therapy, and medication to manage injury- related pain. Check with your Doctor if you have chronic pain or discomfort, and about the possible benefits of massage.
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We hope you can find everything you need. We are focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction - We will do everything we can to meet your expectations. Our services are NOT intended to replace the care of your Physician.
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