Many people complain about muscle or joint pain. But often, doctors are unable to pinpoint the cause. Scientists in Cologne have developed a new approach. They measure movements with sensors, infra-red cameras and 3D analysis.
Fit and lean in weekly 20 minute training sessions — every lazy person’s dream, and a promise by any gym that offers electromyostimulation training, or EMS for short.
Lots of athletes swear by the colorful tape from Japan when it comes to treating pain and muscle tension. They're meant to not only relieve pain, but also encourage healing of injuries. But how does that work?
Originally planned as a vacation, a trip director Oliver Kyr took turned into a search for people who are committed to animal rights. That journey became documentary 'Citizen Animal.'
The flowing movements used in the Chinese martial art of t'ai chi ch'uan can relieve pain and improve mobility, Tai chi is even said have some advantages over physiotherapy in treating arthritic knees.
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