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October 22, 2019

Kids who specialize in a single sport more than eight months in a year are more likely to get injured

Because sports are competitive in nature, it’s logical to think that the more time a person spends at a particular sport, the better they will perform. But with kids, especially those whose bodies are still developing, focusing on one sport can actually cause harm in the form of an overuse injury.

If your health care provider is nice, you’ll feel less pain

Patients in the study were 390% more likely to say their pain was well-controlled when the person taking their blood was courteous, the researchers found.

Humans have salamander-like ability to regrow cartilage in joints

Contrary to popular belief, cartilage in human joints can repair itself through a process similar to that used by creatures such as salamanders and zebrafish to regenerate limbs.
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A lack of confidence holds RMTs back from business success

When a doctor sees a patient, the time is minimal. A massage therapist typically spends 30-60 minutes or more and often has more valuable information than the physician can obtain. Any information provided that a physician may not have time to uncover can be helpful to the patient receiving the proper care that they need. Many massage therapists struggle to provide information to physicians, chiropractors or healthcare providers. The common thread is a lack of confidence. » Learn more