Hours Of Operation:

9 Secrets to Get Rid of Hip Bursitis Quickly and Naturally

October 19, 2020

Around the joints of your body are small, fluid-filled sacs called bursae. These sacs surround the tissue where the skin, muscles, or tendons meet the bones. Bursae provide lubrication and prevent friction, as well as wear and tear when the joint is being used.

Click Here For More

Recent Blogs

How Hugs Heal — Have You Had a Hug Today?

How Hugs Heal — Have You Had a Hug Today?

From the time you were born until the day you die, touch is an important part of your emotional and physical health. Infants deprived of touch grow up with developmental and cognitive delays, attachment disorders and a higher risk of serious infections.1 On the other...

read more
How Your Calcium-to-Phosphorus Impacts Your Health

How Your Calcium-to-Phosphorus Impacts Your Health

One of the biggest lessons along my health journey is that health is not found at the extremes, and that finding balance is not only more sustainable, but also more health-promoting. This applies to exercise — balancing working out and providing your muscles with an...

read more