Links On Pain

 

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Links for your information

Back Pain

http://www.painreliever.com/1016/lowbackpaininfo.html?id=1016
This page gives an explanation of back pain by Dr. Tracy A. Norris, D.C., C.
C.E.P.  Links are provided for back pain relief products from PainRelievers.com

http://www.healthscout.com/template.asp?page=newsDetail&ap=1&id=110259&pageNum=2
A Washington State study examines massage as a solution to back pain


Shoulder Pain

http://www.prolonews.com/prolotherapy_e-newsletter__frozen_shoulder__ross_hauser,_m_d_,_marion_hauser_m_s,r_d_.htm
This site explains the condition known as "Frozen Shoulder" and offers
solutions to the condition

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

http://familydoctor.org/023.xml
A clear explanation of what CTS is, how to avoid it and what can be done about it.

http://www.garynull.com/documents/arthritis/carpal_tunnel_syndrome.htm An explanation of cause and how alternative medicine including massage offers a solution to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Massage Therapy Effectiveness

http://homepage.mac.com/d.c.hunt/RelaxingHands.com/benefits.html
Elizabeth A. Hunt, massage therapist from Eden Prairie MN, explains tthe benefits of massage for a variety of painful ailments.
 
http://www.holistic-online.com/herb_home.htm
Clear explanations of complimentary medicine as it relates to your health.
This site discusses the benefits of massage and other therapies.

http://www.healthscout.com/template.asp?page=newsdetail&ap=1&id=98079
Massage is becoming a common experience

Stretching for Health

http://www.nqi.ca/chww/participate04_9.htm
A Canadian program for stretching at work with downloadable posters
for the workplace.
 
http://www.mayoclinic.com/invoke.cfm?objectid=766A709C-9FB9-4907-82603345573D47CC&slide=1&isagg=0
A slideshow illustrating stretches for the workplace from the Mayo Clinic.
 
http://stlukes.org/body.cfm?id=181
By Erik Nieuwenhuis, Physical Therapist at St. Luke’s Rehab this article
describes the how and why for stretching at work.
 
http://www.cdc.gov/elcosh/docs/d0500/d000567/d000567.html
University of Oregon, Labor Education and Research Center study with recommendations for industrial company stretch programs with
guidelines for implementation. In English and Spanish
 
http://www.medformation.com/ac/crssma.nsf/file/crs-sma-sma_ergonomics.exercises
These exercises can reduce fatigue and reduce your risk of developing an overuse injury. They can be done during short or long breaks. Do each stretch or exercise 3 to 5 times before moving to the next exercise. Exercises are listed and instructions given in English and in Spanish.
 
http://www.stretching.com/products/products.html
Bob & Jane Anderson offer products for instructing and building routines for stretching in the workplace for occupational health. Posters available.