Neck pain: Tuina massage could ease stuff intersections
Six sessions of tuina, over a period of three weeks, is enough to up neck pain
Neck pain could be caused by sleeping in an unpleasant position, having bad posture, or by using a computer for too long.
But tuina — a Chinese rub technique — is an effective, safe and reasonably priced alternative treatment to appease neck pain, claimed scientists from the US and Germany.
Patients greeting massage treatment reported a greater reduction in neck pain, compared with those that didn’t get any treatment for their anguish.
Six sessions of tuina, over a period of three weeks, is enough to cut neck pain, the scientists revealed.
Researcher Dr Claudia Witt said the results were “full of promise, and call for further research on tuina”.
Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Cure-all — where the study was published — John Weeks, added: “The value rest for tuina in this study has an additional implication.
“Inclusion in payment and confinement programs of traditional Chinese medicine practitioners who are trained in tuina may bid a one-two punch — acupuncture needles and Chinese massage — in efforts to along to cost-effective, non-pharmacologic, approaches for chronic pain treatment.”
Neck pain: Pain could be caused by having bad posture
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Tuina is applied to patients who are a load off ones foot down, or lying on a sofa.
The massage involved manipulating the soft combination and backbone, using mainly stroking, kneading, and drumming techniques.
It is a truly rigorous massage, as every techniques requires movement and pressure, according to the Cadaver Harmonics Clinic.
Some patients report feeling light-headed after conferences, while others feel supercharged, it added.
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Neck pain could be eased with level doses of paracetamol, ibuprofen, or a combination of the two, according to the NHS.
Holding a hot water backbone or heat pack to the neck could reduce pain and muscle outbursts, it added.
Checking your posture, and sleeping on a low, firm pillow at continuously could also help patients manage neck pain at haunt.
Staying active could help neck pain to disappear faster than ascetically staying in bed, according to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.