Uncategorized

Arthritis?

Posted on

The study concludes that hands and feet reflexology applied to rheumatoid arthritis patients is effective in reducing their pain, improving their QOL and their total health status, and these positive impacts are not affected by patient’s age and duration of illness. Therefore, reflexology must be considered as a complementary treatment modality in rheumatoid arthritis. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/286177190_Effect_of_Reflexology_on_Pain_and_Quality_of_Life_in_a_Patient_with_Rheumatoid_Arthritis?fbclid=IwAR3z8VfnCz3MsTxIr4rSgsu44-qpncaX6uph6Zy7k2Ugpb15tHXvn-v4QK4

Uncategorized

Migraines?

Posted on

Imitrex, resulted in 68% of participants experiencing relief. If this drug can receive such attention and praise with a record of 68% patient relief, shouldn’t a therapy that has no side effects and has an 81% success rate among migraine sufferers receive at least as much attention and at least be offered as another option […]