Two wellness and preventive medicine specialists explain why the terms “complementary medicine” and “alternative medicine” are becoming outdated and what’s replaced them.
Learn more about what Thai massage is and how it can help increase flexibility, ease back pain and reduce stress and anxiety.
Handheld massagers put relief from sore muscles in the palm of your hand. Here’s when to use them and how they work.
You can get a massage while pregnant, with some modifications and cautions. An expert explains what prenatal massage is — and how it differs from a massage you’ll get at other times.
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Rather than manipulating your muscles like a massage therapist, Rolfers target fascia, the connective tissue that holds our body parts together. But is that safe? A licensed massage therapist breaks it down.
A dermatologist discuses a study exploring how a daily routine of facial exercises for 20 weeks could make some people look younger. But is facial exercising right for you?
Sometimes, medications don’t do enough to relieve the symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis. Lifestyle changes and non-drug therapies can help manage AS symptoms.
Reflexology focuses on the foot and the belief that it’s connected to other parts of the body. By applying pressure, you can relieve pain, anxiety and stress.
Haven’t heard of your vagus nerve? It’s the longest cranial nerve in your body. And it helps your body regulate relaxation. If you’re looking to improve your stress levels, you can naturally strengthen your vagus nerve with these tips.
Massage is a great tool for relaxation, pain relief, easing muscle tension and more. Learn more about the common types of massage therapy and their benefits.