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How to Choose a Massage Therapist When You Have Osteoarthritis

By October 29, 2012

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Most people with osteoarthritis take over-the-counter or prescription medications to control pain and other symptoms. It has become increasingly popular to consider alternative or complementary treatments as well. Massage therapy is a complementary treatment that can be very beneficial for osteoarthritis.

Massage therapy can soothe aching muscles and joints, help you relax, and promote good sleep. If you are considering massage therapy, you should talk to your doctor first. It is essential to find a qualified therapist. Follow our tips for Choosing a Massage Therapist When You Have Osteoarthritis.

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Comments
November 2, 2012 at 7:22 am
(1) jodi randle says:

Wow! This is cool! This is a very useful article. I would be very glad to save a copy of this and send it to my grandmom. She will surely love this! Goodbye osteoarthritis!

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