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physical therapy secrets podcast-Stretch away muscle pain using safe stretches that target the tight muscles causing pain

Physical therapy secrets will give you invaluable information that is not widely known on how to prevent and treat most muscle pain. Mary Smithson Hutto has been in the sports medicine field for over 35 years and has a successful physical therapy practice in maui, Hawaii. She sells 2 stretching apps on the Itunes store. These apps show how to perform her specific stretching exercises that help regain lost mobility, improve posture and eliminate most muscle pain. www.stretchawaymusclepain.com info@stretchawaymusclepain help@stretchawaymusclepain
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Sep 23, 2016

Did your migraines start happening years ago or have you had  them most of your life?  If they started in the last 5 years they may be coming from muscle problems.  Do you know what is causing them?  Is your migraines caused by a past whiplash or from your TMJ jaw problem? 

I see 2 frequent kinds of migraines in my practice that can be drastically reduced by

getting at the problem,  tight spasmed muscles inside and outside the Jaw and front

of neck.  Trigger point therapy and massage are effective ways to decrease the severe spasms in the jaw area and front of neck to permanently address your migraine pain.

Sep 9, 2016

Masking the pain will only cause an acute problem to become a chronic problem and will cause more pain and degeneration.  Treat the cause, not the symptom.   It doesn't have to cost thousands of dollars to get out of pain.  Stretch out the tight muscles that are causing the pain, compression and degeneration to permanently get rid of your problem

Sep 1, 2016

 

Are you experiencing hand numbness and weakness? These symptoms are often labeled as carpal tunnel syndrome when it may actually be scalene entrapment. Scalene entrapment is when the upper part of the brachial plexus gets impinged by the lateral neck muscle called the scalene.  Stretch out the scalene and chest muscles as well as the forearm extensor and flexor muscles.

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