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The Nerve! Sciatica & Neuromuscular Therapy

Sciatic nerve pain can be truly bothersome. In fact, as many as 40% of people will get it during their life, and it becomes more frequent as you age, according …


Sprains vs. Strains: What’s the Difference?

Have you ever wondered what the difference between a strained muscle and a sprained one is? Read on to get to the bottom of the confusion and learn why it’s …


When to See a Neuromuscular Therapist

Chronic pain is the most common cause of long-term disability among Americans, according to the National Institute of Nursing Research. With all the options there are to treat pain, how …


Understanding Neuromuscular Therapy

Most people have dealt with some type of muscular pain at some point in their life. Whether you work in an office setting or you’re in the gym several times …


Improving TMD with Neuromuscular Therapy

The joint that connects your lower jaw to your skull is the most used joint in the body. It’s called the temporomandibular joint and this hinge lets you move your …


January Blog: Runner’s Knee at Myopress

If you are a runner you may have experienced the dull, aching pain in the front of your kneecap area that is characterized by runner’s knee. Even if you don’t …


Combatting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Neuromuscular Therapy at Myopress

When too much pressure is put on the median nerve that runs through the wrist, carpal tunnel syndrome can occur. In fact, “more than eight million people are affected by …


Graston Technique Therapy is Now Available at Myopress!

Our goal at Myopress Inc. is to help rebalance your life by rebalancing your muscles, that’s why we are offering a new service to clients to enhance that mission called …


Treating Frozen Shoulder with Neuromuscular Therapy & Corrective Exercise

More than 200,000 US cases of frozen shoulder are reported every year. This common shoulder dysfunction causes pain and stiffness in the shoulder, limiting one’s ability to perform simple, everyday …


Understanding & Treating Plantar Fasciitis

The feeling of intense pain in the bottom of your heel first thing in the morning could be plantar fasciitis, one of the most common foot injuries. According to the …


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