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Monthly archive for December 2016

How Not Knowing About Red Light Therapies Makes You A Rookie

How Not Knowing About Red Light Therapies Makes You A Rookie

Some of you may have heard about this new, non-invasive therapy spas and salons have been offering called Red Light Therapy. Most of these institutions boasting the benefits to help reduce wrinkles and help blemishes heal faster. While those results are impressive on their own, I find

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Active Release Technique (ART) What It Is, When To Use It, and How It Works

Active Release Technique (ART) What It Is, When To Use It, and How It Works

Here’s a guest blog from Mr. Heath Henderson who we are proud to say works here in our office and is very accomplished in everything having to do with massage therapy and manual therapies. He has been kind enough to offer weekly blogs for us to share

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Acupressure Treatment: A Brief Overview

Acupressure Treatment: A Brief Overview

Here’s another blog this week contributed by our resident LMT extraordinaire, Mr. Heath Henderson. We are able to bring more and more options to our patients and Acupressure is just one of Mr. Henderson’s many talents. Give it a read and see what you think! What is Acupressure?

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Tui Na Massage: A Brief Overview

Tui Na Massage: A Brief Overview

What Is Tui-na: Tui-na is an East Asian healing technique that has been used in China for 2,000 years. The Chinese believe that all human life depends on “chi”, the vital life energy of the body. Chi is a dynamic force promoting growth, keeping the organs functioning properly, and is

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Thai Massage In Amarillo: A Brief Overview

Thai Massage In Amarillo: A Brief Overview

What is Thai Massage? Thai massage is believed to have been developed by Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha, physician to Buddha, more than 2,500 years ago in India. Massage made its way to Thailand, where the Ayurvedic techniques and principles gradually became influenced by Traditional Chinese Medicine. For centuries, Thai

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Neuromuscular Massage Therapy: A Brief Overview

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy: A Brief Overview

Neuromuscular therapy, is a form of soft tissue manipulation that aims to treat underlying causes of chronic pain in the muscular and nervous systems. This medically oriented form of massage addresses trigger points (tender muscles points), circulation, nerve compression, postural, and biomechanical issues that can be caused

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Sometimes, Living In Pain Is A Choice

Sometimes, Living In Pain Is A Choice

Hello….only 8-11% of the general population utilize chiropractic care. What is that all about and how are we going to begin to change it? As a chiropractor in Amarillo, TX and as one of only 12 members state wide of the Board of Directors for the Texas

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Massage in Amarillo – Chinese Fire Cupping: What is it and does it work?

Massage in Amarillo - Chinese Fire Cupping: What is it and does it work?

Chinese Fire Cupping: What is it? What does it do? I get asked this question a lot “What in the world is Chinese Fire Cupping?”  Does it not surprise you that we are so behind on the times? So to give you a quick background on what

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Research: Chiropractic First vs. Medical Care First

Research: Chiropractic First vs. Medical Care First

This week’s blog features Dr. Williams talking about phrases and questions commonly heard at our chiropractic office here in Amarillo, Texas. The blog was far too long to write in one piece so we have separated it into four parts. This is Part One. The questions or

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Why Am I Sore After A Massage?

Why Am I Sore After A Massage?

Being sore after a massage, is very common. Right after a massage you usually feel great, relaxed and rejuvenated. But often times the next day you have muscle soreness, some fatigue and just don’t feel quite right. Then you start asking yourself, why do I feel this

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