When you have a civil, residential, electrical, plumbing or other job requiring sawing or drilling, you need to hire trained professionals. Big Cut Sawing & Drilling has the expertise, the equipment, and the experience to handle any job big or small.
They offer services like a road or flat sawing which is a cost-effective method for cutting into concrete or asphalt. Road saws have single diamond blades cut too many different depths for the job at hand. They cut horizontally into driveways, roads, concrete, car parks and asphalt.
Drilling projects involve a need for precision. You need core drills with the correct diameter and angles and the experts at Big Cut know just which ones to use. No matter whether you have pipes or cords that need to be cut, they can do it. Drills can be done horizontally, vertically, inverted or at angles. Core holes can be made for electricians and plumbers. Services are available for professionals as well as residential customers. Continue reading
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Chronic back pain and other types of pain related to bone and joint issues eventually become an issue for just about everyone at some point in their adult life. Even if you keep yourself in peak physical condition, there are always risks of injury that are sometime unavoidable – i.e. vehicle collisions, slips-and-falls, sports injuries, etc. Many form of therapy exist to help us all deal with aches and pains – some of them physical, others chemical, or even a combination of the two. If chronic back pain or pain in your neck and joints are conditions in which you suffer on a regular basis, maybe you should consider a non-traditional approach to physical therapy in the form of body inversion.
Inversion is a form of traction in which the body is suspended upside down by the lower legs, so the joints and ligaments within the body are permitted to expand rather than contract as in regular posture. As the joints and connective tissues are given the opportunity for expansion, pressure on the nerve roots finds relief and subsequent increased blood flow throughout the tissues encourages healing. The expansion action is what makes inversion so valuable for those with chronic back pain, since it is often downward compressive force that results in herniated discs and ruptured connective tissues.
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Inversion therapy has been around since the time of a Hippocrates, but only over the past few decades has it become more accepted by those within mainstream medicine and subsequently the general public. You may have even sees inversion equipment such as inversion tables or boot systems in the stretching area of your local gym. If you’re presently undergoing traditional physical therapy, your physician may have introduced inversion tables to you as an alternative to traditional therapeutic forms. Continue reading