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Our newest massage therapist Qaio Qaio Wang specializes in not ownly pain relief therapy in the body but also in the head (migraine relief)  She has had numerous success stories in relieving chronic migraines and tension headaches.  Her massage techniques also ease the muscle ion the neck, jaw, and shoulders which can often be the trigger for headaches in the first place.  Another unique treatment she offers is reduction in spider and vericose veins.  She must first do an...
Posted on 2019-07-10
Therapeutic, Medical Massage Therapist now available for appointments! QiaoQiao (pronounced ChowChow) Wang Licensed Massage Therapist 21 years of experience in therapeutic massage therapy.  Special training in cervical Spine and upper/lower extremities.  Trained in medical & sports massage techniques and therapies with emphasis on pain relief (832) 293-7958 or call the office (936) 597-5323 60 minutes - $85 90 minutes - $115
Posted on 2019-06-06
There is probably no piece of Pilates equipment more famous than the Pilates reformer—and for good reasons. The reformer makes a dramatic impression when you first see one, and an even more dramatic change in your body when you use it. You will see reformers lined up in Pilates studios as reformer classes are usually one of the main choices offered. Portable reformers are also popular as home exercise equipment. What makes the reformer so special? First, take a ...
Posted on 2019-05-28
The benefits of balance training Experts in physical fitness and physical therapy say that in addition to the usual range of motion, flexibility, and strengthening exercises, rehabilitation should include exercises aimed at training (or retraining) the body's sense of its position in space — in particular, its sensation of limb and joint movement. Training exercises which focus on better balance is what allows us, for example, to walk in the dark without losing our balance or to disting...
Posted on 2019-04-25
Mistake 2 - You’re stretching cold muscles (either first thing in the morning or before you’ve warmed up preparing your body to workout) In the morning, your muscles are at their all-time stiffest because you've been inactive for hours and your body temperature drops when you sleep Mistake #3 – Stretching until it hurts You don't have to put yourself into great pain for a greater range of motion.   Instead, only push yourself to a tolerable point of dis...
Posted on 2019-04-08
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