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Living with Chronic Pain? Discover the Relief You’ve Been Looking For

May 20th, 2021

Physical Therapy Can Help You Beat Those Chronic Pain Blues! Do you feel as if your chronic back pain has locked you out of your own life? This nagging, excruciating symptom can stem from a variety of underlying causes, in some cases growing progressively worse from day to day until you can hardly move at

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Achy Mornings Getting You Down? It May Be Time to Replace Your Mattress

May 10th, 2021

You Deserve to Sleep Through the Night Again! Have you been having trouble sleeping through the night? Or perhaps you wake up feeling achy, painful, or overall uncomfortable? Imagine waking up, fully rested after 8 hours of sleep. As you gently awake, you move to sit up… only to be hit with an ache in

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Surgery Coming Up? Physical Therapy Can Help Both Before AND After!

April 20th, 2021

Understanding the Benefits of Physical Therapy – Both Before and After Surgical Procedures It’s a wise idea to work with a physical therapist both before and after surgery. Working with a physical therapist prior to your operation — sometimes referred to as “prehab” – can help you to prepare emotionally and physically for the surgery.

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Improve Your Physical Activity – Get Moving Today!

April 10th, 2021

Adding Exercise to Your Life can be Difficult – Physical Therapy can Help According to PT in Motion News, 80 percent of Americans aren’t meeting physical activity guidelines set forth by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Finding the time or the motivation to exercise is difficult for many people. The truth, however,

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The Secret To Stopping Aches And Pains With Good Nutrition

March 20th, 2021

Whenever you pair good nutrition with physical therapy, it’s a duo unlike any other. However, many people know that good nutrition is the pathway to good health. Good nutrition is a simple and powerful way to help with those aches and pains. How Nutrition Can Help Physical Therapy Nutritional interventions are alone useful tools to

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Get Rid of Your Chronic Back Pain! 5 Ways a Physical Therapist Can Help Relieve Your Pain.

March 10th, 2021

Is your back pain becoming more than you can manage? Few problems can render a person’s ability to move and fulfill basic needs inept like chronic back pain. According to a division of the National Institutes of Health, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), more than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic

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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!

January 20th, 2020

How does your chronic pain affect you? Perhaps you have a hard time getting out of bed or climbing stairs. Maybe you find yourself feeling stressed, distracted, and depressed at work. You might wake up in the middle of the night or struggle to fall asleep because of pain. If you’re like many of the

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Does your desk job keep you sedentary? Here’s how to stay active during the 9-5!

January 10th, 2020

Finding ways to stay active can be difficult regardless of your weekly schedule, but when your nine-to-five grind means sitting at a desk for 40+ hours every week, the idea of developing an active lifestyle can seem almost laughably unachievable. Finding the time to fit in 30 – 60 minutes of activity into your daily

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Headaches can ruin your day, let alone, make it difficult to get anything done. PT can help!

December 20th, 2019

Chances are you have experienced a headache at least once in your life. Unfortunately, this is one affliction that just about no one is immune to. What’s even worse, however, is that a large percentage of the population faces headaches at such a frequent rate that going a full day without a headache may start

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3 Reasons it’s important to stay active as you age

December 10th, 2019

There are so many things to look forward to with age—spending more time with loved ones, watching your family grow, experiencing new things. But if you’re in your fifth, sixth, or seventh, decade, have you started to notice aches, pains, and other issues making movement more difficult? If so, you’re not alone. Age-related debility and

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