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Different personality types of men and women

03rd April 2012
Written by Norbert Henke (Counselor/Psychotherapist) (842 words) Single men and women have to protect and rely on themselves for their own happiness, quality of life and decision-making. Often, for many men and women, the other partner becomes a baromete... Read >
Author: Sydneylover

Massage Courses That Can Lead To A Good Career

25th January 2011
A successful career in massage therapy can be quiet rewarding financially. There are a lot of places that are in need of expert masseurs in Australia like hotels, spa, and healing centers. And for those who are qualified, they offer much better financial ... Read >
Author: daisywilson

Exercises and Physical Therapy for Elbow Degenerative Joint Disease

01st September 2010
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Foot and Toe Degenerative Joint Disease: find out why physical therapy is a must

24th August 2010
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Heal Your Body With Thai Massage Tokyo

10th August 2010
Imagine yourself healing and energizing after a rigorous Thai Massage Tokyo! The feeling of having a relaxed body and calm mind in itself is so soothing. Just imagine how you would feel when your body is stretched from top to bottom releasing soreness and... Read >
Author: Jone Jimmy

Hip Degenerative Joint Disease: should you do physical therapy for hip degenerative joint disease?

04th August 2009
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy
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