Natural Balance Therapy Resource Center

At NBT, we believe in educating you so you have a better understanding of your body, the treatment that you are receiving, and important ways to eliminate your pain at home. Take a moment to view our articles and self-treatment exercises that will help you on your path to well and an active and pain-free lifestyle.

Ice or Heat?

Heat and ice can both be beneficial treatment options to help minimize pain and your discomforts at home. But many times our clients don’t know which option would be best for them. Over the years, we have found that some people do better with heat and others find...

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Franklin – Back Release

The Franklin Mini-Roll (blue nugget) is a very effective self-treatment tool and one of our favorites. It is a great tool to use along your spine, but in the mid-back your body tends to arch over it rather than sinking onto it. By supporting your legs on a chair and...

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TMD Joint Stretch

Many of our clients struggle with Temporomandibular (TMD) Joint related symptoms. Some have tightness and others suffer with headaches or jaw popping. Even though there may not be one particular cause most of our clients symptoms are similar. If you are struggling...

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Pool Noodle – Anterior Chest

Many of us spend a great deal of time sitting, whether it be at work, driving, or at home. Over time we find that our body has more of a tendency to want to naturally slouch when seated. Restrictions in the front of our trunk may be causing the soft tissue to shorten...

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Snack Smarter While Travelling

Do you struggle with food choices while you are travelling? Planning a trip can take time and be a lot of fun. We get to choose our destination, plan how we’re going to get there, our activities and sites to see, where we will stay and of course, what to pack....

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Tips for a Healthy Bladder

Everyone uses their bladder on a daily basis, but you may not know how to keep it healthy. Many people struggle silently with bladder issues due to embarrassment or they don't know who to talk to about what they are struggling with on a daily basis. It can disrupt...

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Control Bladder Urges

Do you suddenly get an urge to urinate and are worried that you won't make it to the bathroom? Urge incontinence occurs when you have a sudden urge to urinate. Many of our clients at NBT struggle with it and feel embarrassed because they leak or they have been told...

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Tick Prevention Tips

As the weather warms up we want to get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful sunshine. But, many of us aren't thinking about ticks as we breathe in the fresh air and participate in activities outside. It has been predicted to be an extremely heavy tick season this year....

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Essential Oils for Sinus Congestion

April showers bring…May allergies? As the weather warms, our gardens start to show signs of green shoots and trees start to bud and green. For some, this time of year also brings seasonal allergies and sinus pressure. Many of us with allergies may know what triggers...

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Ice or Heat?

Heat and ice can both be beneficial treatment options to help minimize pain and your discomforts at home. But many times our clients don’t know which option would be best for them. Over the years, we have found that some people do better with heat and others find...

read more

Franklin – Back Release

The Franklin Mini-Roll (blue nugget) is a very effective self-treatment tool and one of our favorites. It is a great tool to use along your spine, but in the mid-back your body tends to arch over it rather than sinking onto it. By supporting your legs on a chair and...

read more

TMD Joint Stretch

Many of our clients struggle with Temporomandibular (TMD) Joint related symptoms. Some have tightness and others suffer with headaches or jaw popping. Even though there may not be one particular cause most of our clients symptoms are similar. If you are struggling...

read more

Pool Noodle – Anterior Chest

Many of us spend a great deal of time sitting, whether it be at work, driving, or at home. Over time we find that our body has more of a tendency to want to naturally slouch when seated. Restrictions in the front of our trunk may be causing the soft tissue to shorten...

read more