Ever heard of it?
Isn’t massage supposed to bring warmth and relax me?
Ice massage is awesome!
No, it won’t bring you warmth but because ice can decrease muscle spasms, it might relax your muscles and decrease your pain caused by muscle spasm.
Ice massage is typically reserved for smaller areas so it’s not like having an ice pack cover a complete area.
The latest video in the DIY Series will talk about:
You can view the video here:
After watching the video, would you mind sharing it with others?
Ice massage is a great way to apply ice to small areas and it’s quick!
Have you ever had that spot on your back right by your shoulder blade that felt tight, yet you couldn’t reach it?
Do you sit at a computer all day and experience shoulder and neck tension that doesn’t seem to go away?
If you answered “YES”, I can totally relate!
That’s why I do self-massage with a tennis ball. It’s a quick technique that can reduce tension and ease muscle tightness.
To learn more, I encourage you to watch a video from a DIY series I recorded during a recent Facebook live session.
You will learn:
You may view the video here:
Have you ever considered how being thankful can influence your health?
If you really stop and think about it, it makes sense.
We’ve all been around the person who complains all the time, views every situation with a glass is half-empty approach, or just has a flat low-energy negative personality.
You are probably picturing the face of someone now and immediately your posture sags.
How different do you feel when someone smiles in your direction, shares an encouraging word, or gives you a thumbs-up?
How thankful are you when the constant complainer is replaced by the cheery sunshine person with a bubbly personality?
Gratitude is a lot like that. The more thankful you are, the happier you are.
I recently started a Gratitude Game on my personal Facebook page. Every day I am either creating a Facebook Live video or posting about what I am thankful for. I plan to continue this Gratitude Game for as long as I can… which could be a very long time since I have an abundance of...
I have fond memories of Halloween – dressing up in costumes, going trick-or-treating, and celebrating my Mom’s birthday. Yes, she was born on Halloween. Because she was always giving away candy at the front door, we always had pizza and pop for dinner and then candy for dessert. It didn’t get much better than that as a kid!
As an adult, Mom, and health practitioner, I see Halloween through a different lens.
Although no one can prevent 100% of accidents, here are a few tips to stay safe and enjoy the treats this Halloween?
October is Physical Therapy Month, so I would be remiss if I didn’t share how amazing this profession really is. What also amazes me is that so many people don’t really know or understand what physical therapists actually do.
When people think of physical therapy, they often think of a person who had surgery going to rehabilitation or an athlete in rehabilitation trying to get back to their sport.
PHYSICAL THERAPY IS SO MUCH MORE THAN REHAB AND SPORTS!
Yes, I am shouting aloud – not in anger or hostility – but in a loving fun and kind way because I admit that my profession does a poor job of teaching people about what we do
I want to change that.
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