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A small new study shows that massage therapy isn't just a way to relax and indulge, but it also could help clients after they exercise.
Leading experts addressed successes, challenges and vision for a world without psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.
Although cellulite is not harmful, it is not ideal and can be distressing for many clients. However, there are steps clients can take to reduce cellulite and improve the appearance of skin.
The two new strategies now published by researchers are the result of in-depth studies of the disease biology that have revealed some of the underlying molecular causes.
Athletes around the globe of every level risk pain, fatigue, and bodily stress before, after, and during their exercise. The annual U.S. Spa Industry Study reports that 95% of spas offer some type of deep tissue or athletic massage on their spa menu.
By: Deedee Crossett
Add-on services are an efficient and profitable way to improve client results.
By: Jill Kohler
Reaching higher sales goals starts by educating clients about the remarkable benefits of treatment combinations.
By collecting, analyzing and disseminating data from thousands, the registry will help clinicians, researchers and the pharmaceutical industry study the comparative effectiveness and safety of psoriasis therapies.
By: JoElle Lee
A partnership has to be formed with your clients to find a long-term solution that treats the root cause of their skin problems.
The Dolder Grand Spa in Zürich, Switzerland is spreading harmony throughout the 43,000-square foot spa with the new Violin Touch treatment.