5 products for pain relief

Apr 22, 2013 Full story: Examiner.com

When the warmer weather arrives, you'll probably be involved in more active leisure time activities, which can often lead to muscle soreness or pain.

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Pacific Pro PhysicalPT

San Clemente, CA

#1 Apr 24, 2013
I operate a physical therapy clinic in Laguna Hills, California and I always tell clients, that when exercising or playing sports it is crucial to stretch before and after. If you're stretching correctly soreness and pain should be minimal if existent at all. http://www.pacificpropt.com

Since: May 13

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#2 May 9, 2013
Why rely on products, do some yoga am sure it will heal any kind of pain.
Louie

Manchester, UK

#3 Jul 12, 2013
I find using massage products also helps. There is a German brand called Casada that is superb.
check out
http://atoneholistictherapy.co.uk/casada

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