Natural Healers Blog

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PT vs. Chiropractor: What’s the Difference?

Both chiropractors and physical therapists work to address physical pain and look at the body holistically. However, each follows a different path toward that goal.

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Helping Athletes Excel Is the Work of a Sports Nutritionist

Sports nutritionists combine science and nutrition to help athletes perform their best. Here’s how you can join this fast-growing field.

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How the Roles of Life Coach and Therapist Differ

Life coaches and therapists both help people improve their lives, but in different ways. Therapists help people heal, while life coaches help them reach their goals.

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A Firmer Focus: Explore a Career in Deep Tissue Massage

This massage technique is used to reduce tension and break up scar tissue, more similar to physical therapy than a relaxing spa treatment.

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The Partnering of Holistic and Traditional Healthcare Providers

Holistic healing and traditional Western medicine work together in the growing trend of integrative health.

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How to Become an Alternative Medicine Practitioner

Alternative medicine providers can practice in a wide range of places, such as natural medicine clinics, wellness centers, and research labs.

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What is Holistic Nutrition?

Holistic nutritionists combine the principles of nutrition and holistic health for an all-encompassing approach to diet and lifestyle.

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Fascia Stretching: A Therapy Style That’s Gaining Popularity

Fascia stretching is a massage therapy specialty that can increase a patient’s range of motion with very little or no pain.

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Cupping Therapy: Training, Tuition, and Salary Opportunities

Massage therapists specializing in cupping can bring comfort and healing to their patients.