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    Mask Up the Right Way

    Posted on November 7, 2020 by in COVID-19, Health and Wellness

    Some of you will undoubtedly know that I’m currently quarantining because I had contact with someone who later tested positive for COVID. Both of us were properly masked when we had contact so I’m confident I did what I could to prevent transmission (assuming they were contagious when we had contact) but I’m being tested […]

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    Why You Have to Wear a Face Mask in my Office

    Posted on June 29, 2020 by in COVID-19

    When it comes to decisions to reopen a business during a pandemic, there are no easy answers. There are always going to be people who think you should have opened earlier and some who think you’re opening too early and aren’t ready to come back to your business just yet. Let me tell you, it […]

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    Pandemic Ponderings Part 2: Safety Vs. Safety Theater

    Posted on May 17, 2020 by in COVID-19

    Many of the states that had imposed some form of shelter in place order are starting to open back up. With businesses re-opening to the public there’s a lot of talk about keeping customers, clients, and employees safe. Emails and websites are filled with long lists of what businesses are doing to make sure that […]

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    How Massage Therapy Can Help Recreational Athletes

    Posted on March 21, 2020 by in Massage

    Soccer star Megan Rapinoe counts massage therapy as a crucial part of her all-too-necessary recovery regimen to allow her muscles time to heal after a hard day of training or a tough game. And remember those round red marks on Michael Phelps? Professional athletes often work with massage therapists before, during and after training and […]

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    Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Massage

    Posted on February 22, 2020 by in Massage, Pain Relief

    When you think of massage therapy, what comes to mind? Perhaps you consider those aches and pains in your shoulders and neck, or maybe your sore, tired, or swollen legs, or even a way you can cope with excess stress.  However, the therapeutic nature of massage therapy extends far beyond just relieving stiff muscles or […]

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    Massage For Lower Back Pain

    Posted on February 8, 2020 by in Massage

    If you’ve ever battled lower back pain, you know how nagging and exhausting it can be.  Pain medications can be dangerous to take for extended periods (and frequently only dull the pain, instead of dealing with it), relief found from injections is ineffective or short-lived, and some therapies can even make your lower back pain […]

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