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Can You Trust the Internet to Help Fix Your Health Problems?

Information about health and wellness is abound on the internet, but should you believe what you are seeing and reading?

Added by Trevor on 06/20/2012     |     Views 989     |     Rating:  

What is Graston Technique?

Graston technique and Soft tissue mobilization

Added by Michelle Mangio on 06/19/2012     |     Views 638     |     Rating:  

Advertising Videos - secrets your competition doesn't want you to know

Today, there are many ways to advertise your business. I want to share with you one of the fastest growing channels for advertising – video. So why are videos a good option for small businesses?

Added by Marty Murley on 06/18/2012     |     Views 907     |     Rating:  

Heating vs. Icing

Inflammation, sore muscles, and injuries are the most common things we treat with ice and heat. However, using the right one can mean a huge difference in how the healing progresses.

Added by Alex on 06/18/2012     |     Views 548     |     Rating:  

Head Forward Posture

The painful but correctable effects of the Head Forward Position are discussed.

Added by Brittany on 06/18/2012     |     Views 648     |     Rating:  

Loyalty is the key to set you free

This article is about getting a better understanding about the different ways to improve loyalty within their company and guests that visit their facility

Added by david hawkins on 06/14/2012     |     Views 932     |     Rating:  

Three helpful tools when talking to an angry patient

3 steps to handle an angry patient

Added by Robert on 06/13/2012     |     Views 997     |     Rating:  

Should you be using dietary supplements?

There has been much conjecture about the use of supplements. This article covers some of the most important considerations in the use of dietary supplements.

Added by Trevor on 06/12/2012     |     Views 539     |     Rating:  

What is Pulmonary Hypertension?

Pulmonary hypertension can occur in individuals of all ages, races and ethnic backgrounds although it is much more common in young adults and is approximately twice as common in women as in men.

Added by Krystal Kinney on 06/11/2012     |     Views 542     |     Rating:  

What is Bell's Palsy? - am I at risk?

Bell's palsy (BP) is a paralysis or weakness of the muscles on one side of your face. Damage to the facial nerve that controls muscles on one side of the face causes that side of your face to droop.

Added by Marty Murley on 06/05/2012     |     Views 1061     |     Rating:  

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