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The Pressure Positive Co. and 2012 Olympian and USA Women's Field Hockey athlete, Katie O'Donnell are teaming up in 2015!

By Pressure Positive January 15, 2015 No comments
Keeping up with USA Women's Olympic Field Hockey athlete, Katie O'Donnell is a full time job! Training, private coaching, traveling and playing makes up the lion's share of her days.

The Pressure Positive Company is partnering with the International Myopain Society

By Pressure Positive December 30, 2014 No comments
The Pressure Positive Company is very excited to be partnering with the International Myopain Society (IMS) during their annual 2015 membership and donation drive to help kick-off their "People's Campaign for Preventing Chronic Pain".

Tri State Velo and Pressure Positive Gear Up Again For a New Season of Racing

By Pressure Positive October 7, 2014 No comments
Tri State Velo Cycling Club, in Philadelphia, PA, is proud to announce that The Pressure Positive Company will again be one of their associate sponsors for the 20114-2015 racing season. Tri-State Velo was conceived in 1994 and brought to fruition by a dedicated group of racing cyclists who share the belief that a cycling club can be successful at both the grass roots and elite levels of competition....

Pain in the Shoulder Blade, Elbow & Hand That Nothing Relieves?

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
Happy Spring! This issue of Muscle News covers an aggravating pain in the shoulder, hand and arm that nothing seems to relieve. We will show you The Secret technique to treating one of the most frequently missed and mistreated trigger points in the human body – the Serratus Posterior Superior!

Recognizing the Underlying Causes of TMJ Pain

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
Join us for a free 1 hour Webinar sponsored by Custom Craftworks, a brand of Pivotal Health Solutions.The TMJ Association states that TMJ Disorders are a complex and poorly understood set of conditions characterized by pain in the jaw joint and surrounding tissues and limitation in jaw movements. The trigeminal nerve (located directly behind the TMJ) is the most complex nerve in your body. The trigeminal and facial nerves work together to support the over 300 muscles, and all other structures of the head and face. Abnormal muscle function and a bad jaw position causes breakdown of the joint cartilage, abnormal nerve function, and changes blood flow to the brain. Along with jaw and face pain, this muscle imbalance is responsible for headaches and most migraines.