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Got Back Pain? Your Posture May Be The Culprit

January 10th, 2021

Good Posture, Great Health Most people struggle with sitting and standing up straight. Many of us can remember as teenagers being told by our parents and teachers that good posture was the key to good health later in life! Back then we all rolled our eyes, as this demand seemed annoying. However, as we grow

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How Physical Therapy Can Relieve Back & Neck Pain

December 20th, 2020

You don’t have to keep dealing with pain! Back and neck pain are extremely common conditions that many people struggle with over the course of their lives. According to the National Institute of Health, back pain is one of the most common reasons people see a doctor or miss days at work. Even school-age children

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Strengthening Your Core Can Improve Balance

December 10th, 2020

How Physical Therapy Can Help Did you know that strengthening your core muscles is linked to developing better balance? It’s true! When your core muscles are strong, they have a better chance of preventing you from experiencing chronic lower back pain and developing other injuries. They also prevent you from losing your balance or falling

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4 Tips To Help You Lead a More Healthy, Active Lifestyle

November 20th, 2020

Small Ways To Improve Your Health How many reminders do you have each day that you aren’t getting enough physical activity in? The running shoes collecting dust in your closet. The yoga mat curled up in the backseat of your car. The gym membership you keep paying for but don’t actually use. We know that

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5 Tips To Boost Energy Levels and Relieve Pain

November 10th, 2020

Simple Things You Can Do Each Day For Better Health! If you’ve been struggling with pain recently and are looking for lasting relief, a physical therapist can help you out. With a customized physical therapy treatment plan, you will learn highly effective ways to manage your pain and boost your overall energy levels. Our physical

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Physical Therapy Can Provide Sciatica Relief

October 20th, 2020

Kiss Your Pain Goodbye. Our bodies are composed of a complex network of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Your sciatic nerve is the largest nerve you’ve got in your body. It extends from the lumbar spine through the buttocks area, and if there is unnecessary pressure applied to it, it can cause a world of

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Worried Recovery Will Take Too Long? Try Pre-Hab!

October 10th, 2020

Physical therapy isn’t only helpful after surgery! Surgery can be extremely stressful and traumatic for your body to go through, therefore, it’s normally only done when there are absolutely no other options available. If a surgery is in your near future, you’ve probably already discussed a post-operative physical therapy appointment with your doctor. It’s extremely

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Kick The Pain Medication With Natural Pain Relief

September 20th, 2020

Say Goodbye To Expensive Over-The-Counter Medicine, and Hello To Physical Therapy! The society that we live in today is highly medicated. Go into any grocery store or pharmacy and you’ll notice tons of over-the-counter pain medications. Doctors also consistently prescribe heavier pain relievers as well, including the opioids that have become increasingly abused over the

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Physical Therapy Can Help Ankle Pains, Strains, & Sprains

September 10th, 2020

Everything You Need To Know To Get Up & Moving Again If you are experiencing ankle pain that just won’t go away, there is a large chance you’ve suffered from a strain or sprain! People often use these two words interchangeably, however, there is a difference between them. A strain is the tearing or overstretching

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Don’t spend the rest of your life taking medicine to control the pain. Talk to your doctor about physical therapy!

August 20th, 2020

Our bodies are amazing machines. Not only do they have the ability to heal and repair themselves, they can adapt to nearly any situation. That includes the types of things we put into them. Temporarily taking medicine to control your pain as you recover from an injury or surgery can be a viable part of

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