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headaches

Meet George Davison, Advanced Therapist

George graduated in 2001 from the American Institute of Massage Therapy and has worked in various settings including sports clinics, spas, and physical therapy and chiropractic offices. He has developed effective treatment programs for helping clients with different types of pain—TMJ, sciatica, tennis or golf elbow, shoulder and low back pain, and headaches. George’s philosophy and approach to…

Techniques That Relieve Cold Symptoms

acupressure and lymphatic

The congestion and aches of a cold can be debilitating and depressing. Here are some simple acupressure and lymphatic techniques that you can use to relieve your symptoms. Try using a combination of these for five minutes every few hours while your cold is at its peak. We hope they help you to feel better soon!

Sinus pressure: Place your hands at the junction of the front of your neck and…

Self-Massage for Headache Relief

Statistics show that one out of every six Americans suffers from chronic headaches—that’s roughly 45 million sufferers every year.

Every 10 seconds, someone in the United States goes to the emergency room with a headache or migraine.

More than $1 billion is spent on over-the-counter medications to treat headaches and migraines.

The lost work due to migraines costs more than $13 billion…

Got Tech Neck?

We enjoyed a recent column about ‘tech neck’ by Chip Johnson in the SF Chronicle. Tech neck is a repetitive stress injury caused by staring down at the small screen of your laptop, smart phone, or other mobile devices all day long. This causes injuries like those seen a few years after desktop computers became a household item. The condition is most common in people 18 to 39 years old, wit…

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