In light of the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, we would like to remind everyone to stay healthy.
At NATRAHEA, we have ramped up the necessary precautions in ensuring the hygiene, wellness and cleanliness of our staff and outlets.
We would like to reassure our clients of our protocols in place to maintain a clean and comfortable environment for all.
We value the importance of all client's and staff health and ensure it is a safe environment for all.
We thank you for your trust in us and let us stay united during this difficult time.
We seek your cooperation and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood condition with symptoms such as impulsivity, hyperactivity, inattentiveness, and distractibility.
Preventing Whiplash With Head Restraints
Whiplash injuries are an expensive and painful problem in the US. Experts estimate that we spend $29 billion per year in treating the pain and disability that can result from a rear-end collision.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome After Auto Injury
Thoracic outlet syndrome is felt as numbness, tingling, pain or decreased circulation in the shoulders, arms or hands.
Regular Chiropractic Adjustments Prevent Worsening Back Pain, Study Finds
Lower back pain is incredibly common, and it can be very expensive to treat. According to one estimate, the direct and indirect costs of chronic back pain amount to $100 billion every year in the U.S. alone.
Chiropractic Great for Pregnancy-Related Back Pain
Low back pain can be a serious problem when you’re expecting: A recent study shows that 61% of women report back pain at some during pregnancy.
Chiropractic Eases Infant Colic, Study Suggests
As if sleepless nights and endless crying weren’t enough, parents of infants with colic often endure a string of unsuccessful treatments and frustrating doctors visits as they struggle to fight the elusive condition.
Magnesium Supplements Ease Back Pain
Adding more rice, seeds, and oats to your diet just might make a difference in your back-pain treatment. That’s because new research shows that magnesium commonly found in those foods may reduce back pain.
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