Were you aware that you can get rid of spinal pain by simply having a foot massage?
The Iranian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Research has given proof to this claim by doing a research which involved nurse staff and midwives whose work inevitably causes back pain issues, and according to the results the majority of medical staff involved experienced great pain reduction by simply being given foot massages.
Half of the staff was being given reflexology treatments that were focused on designated areas of their bodies, while the rest were given regular massage treatments, and all it took for the pain to go away forever was having 40 minutes of treatment, three times a week, for a period of 15 days.
And even though the participants who were given regular treatments were found to have experience less pain reduction than the reflexology group.
The effects of a massage therapy were still more than noticeable, with each group experienced significant pain reductions.
The results of this study are yet one proof in a sea of other evidence supporting the amazing benefits that massage therapies can have on your body. However, the most effective one would still be a therapy which aims at specific body areas.
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The cause of your back pain
Most back pain is associated with bad posture and feet. This is due to the pain points located in your feet which are directly connected to your back pain.
If you want to get rid of that pain, you will need to focus your massage on those areas. We offer you’re a simple method which will give immediate results, and all it takes is 10-20 minutes a day, 3 times a week, to eliminate the stiffness and pain in your back. This can be done by either yourself or someone else.
How to do it:
- Sit on your floor, cross your legs and place your foot into your hand.
- Locate the line that stretches from your big toe to your heel. This is your spinal line.
- Massage along this line, starting gently at first and then increasing the pressure.
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If you want to target specific spinal areas along this line, you can easily find all the information online.
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