The ARPWave is a device that sends an electrical signal into the body alleviating pain and discomfort.
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Good news! Strength training is proven to help prevent senior citizens from falling. Strength training improves balance and helps people gain muscle mass, both of which can prevent falls. The workouts can be simple and done at home.
Anyone having issues with balance and coordination can benefit from this sort of therapy, which is technically the use of horseback riding as a therapeutic or rehabilitative treatment, especially as a means of improving coordination, balance, and strength.
The Emsculpt machine looks like a bed and has paddles that attach to the body on the area you wish to stimulate. It uses magnetic field energy to stimulate muscle fibers in a particular muscle or muscle group.
Do you have issues with pelvic inflammation? This non-invasive tool can help alleviate your symptoms. The Emsella works by projecting magnetic field energy into the body. It also feels great on the body, so patients have a positive experience with it.
People who have autoimmune conditions are known to be more likely to develop Thymoma carcinoma.
Heavy smoking, along with excessive alcohol use and a diet low in fruits and vegetables, is a contributing factor of throat cancer.
If bacon is your favorite food group, you may want to rethink your eating habits since eating a diet high in salty and smoked foods and low in colorful fruits and vegetables are at the top of the list of risk factors for stomach cancer.
While long-lasting nasal congestion isn’t a diagnosis in and of itself, it is a primary symptom of sinus cancer.
Sarcoma comes from the Greek word meaning “fleshy” and is a term used to describe a broad group of cancers. Sarcomas, which are a rare form of cancer, develop in the bones and in the soft or connective tissues in the body.
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