Sacroiliac joint inflammation is a common cause of low back pain. These weight-bearing joints support the spine and act as shock absorbers for the body. They move very little but are key in transferring weight from the upper body to the legs, and enable the body to twist en the legs are moving. Inflammation can occur can occur through injury or wear and tear.

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Gua Sha has been used throughout Asia for centuries. Gua means 'to rub' or 'press-stroke'. Sha is the term that describes the blood congestion in surface tissue that accumulates in areas where pain and stiffness may be felt.  Sha is also the term for the little red dots, 'petechiae', that are raised from applying Gua Sha, which disappear in two to three days after treatment.  The pain relief lasts after the redness has completely gone. Gua Sha is commonly used to treat:-

Muscular pain and/or discomfort 

Generally feeling run down and easily picking up cold/flu viruses

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