SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pain.com proudly introduces their newest series, "Pain in Unique Work Places." This series is original content developed by the experts at Pain.com.
Pain.com is a consumer oriented pain management resource website. The Editor of Pain.com said about the new series, "This series was developed to give our readers a glimpse into the pain suffered in unique areas of employment." She also stated, "With this series we were pleased to discover the entertainers and professionals are opting for a more natural and holistic approach to their pain management." The articles touch on causes, symptoms, treatments, tips and prevention techniques.
The first article in this series is in conjunction with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus® and their Hair Hang Act. The Medeiros Troupe from Ringling Bros. The Greatest Show On Earth® tells us, "The girls have more pain early on in their training."
The "hairialists" of the Medeiros Troupe perform choreography and acrobatics while suspended 35 feet above the air by silk rolls- and each other's hair.
What parts of their job, aside from the obvious, are painful, exactly? More than just their hair – the performers may experience pain in their scalp, their necks and shoulders, down through the back, and even the skin in these areas. Pain.com touches on the pain levels suffered by the hair hanger's and how they are affected by a combination of factors such as the weather.
The hair hangers use regular exercise, a healthy diet, ice and deep tissue massages to help them manage their pain.
Pain.com is highlighting different organizations monthly, starting in March 2014. Pain.com has Ringling Bros. lined up to bring more of their daring and captivating acts to their readers.
Pain.com has several other associations coming on-board, which will prove to make this a series like no other on the web.
Pain.com. Your Pain management Resource. Have a pain free day!
For further information contact:
Cindy Arlantico, Editor, Pain.com
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