No, she didn't. But I was of the impression that a good massage is one that hurts, because that gets the blood flowing, breaks up scar tissue, etc.Quote:
Originally Posted by Greyfox
Well, I would also recommend a chiropractor for chronic problems. But yes, a good chiropractor will recommend you to strength training for rehabilitation and prevention. Remember; most injuries in training are preventable with good technique and proper conditioning. A good physical therapist of any sort will recognise that.
A lot of things here in the Aus are covered by Medicare, and it's getting a bit better, now that things like psychiatry are starting to be covered. I think that's maybe why there isn't such a contraversy around Chiros in Australia- we don't exactly fork out an entire arm and leg to them for payments.Quote:
Originally Posted by Muscle Toe