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Get Moving Once Again with Physical Therapy Dec15th 2020

Get Moving Once Again with Physical Therapy

If you’ve been living with acute or chronic pain, physical therapy can help. Whatever your injury or underlying condition may be, our licensed physical therapists understand how pain can significantly impact your daily life. Physical therapists are movement experts who are trained in several different methods and modalities that are natural, non-invasive, and successful. Schedule

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Live Your Life to the Fullest with Physical Therapy Treatments Dec5th 2020

Live Your Life to the Fullest with Physical Therapy Treatments

WebMD states, “Physical therapy is often one of the best choices you can make when you have long-term pain (also called chronic pain) or an injury. It can make you stronger and help you move and feel better.” The mission of any physical therapist is to relieve pain while also increasing function and mobility. Physical

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Headaches Nov15th 2020

Say Goodbye to Those Persistent Stress-Related Headaches

You know the feeling – the sudden pain that tells you a headache is coming on. It happens to all of us. Stress headaches are typically defined as a “band of pressure” that can be felt around your head, usually accompanied by tenderness of the skull and overall achiness within the head. Sometimes, the pain

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Stay Active By Incorporating These 5 Easy Steps into Your Lifestyle Nov5th 2020

Stay Active By Incorporating These 5 Easy Steps into Your Lifestyle

With your busy life, it can be difficult to find time for physical activity. We all understand too well the lengthy to-do list that never seems to get completed. After a full day of work, running errands, making dinner, and still trying to find time to relax, it can be tough to try and force

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Are You Balanced?

Jul2nd 2020

Every eleven seconds, an older American is treated for a fall-related injury. While falls aren’t totally preventable, there are things that everyone over 55 can do to help minimize the risk of falling – for example, using assistive devices like canes or walkers if you have balance issues. Older adults can also strengthen muscles and improve balance with the help of specialized exercises. Many balance exercises can be done in the comfort of your usual surroundings, with little to no advance preparation. Performing daily balance exercises can help you stay strong on your feet. Here are three quick and easy balance exercises that seniors can do at home.

Happy Shoulders

Jun19th 2020

Last week we discussed exercises to help improve posture and decrease neck and upper body strain. Today, are introducing seven simple exercises for improved shoulder health and injury prevention. Include these simple exercises to your workout routine 2-3 times a week for improved shoulder stability and strength.

Oh My Achy Back!

May16th 2020

Our bodies are made to MOVE! With the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are working from home, spending many hours behind a computer, sitting around watching TV or playing on our phones. Multiple hours of sitting and inactivity can lead to neck, shoulder and low back pain, weaken muscles and cause an overall decrease in health.

5 Easy Home Exercises to Get Your Heart Pumping

May16th 2020

These at-home cardio exercises are perfect for days when you are stuck at home. It will only take you 10-15 minutes, so you can get it done and get on with your day. By incorporating some strength training moves with our cardio we actually increase our metabolism even more for a more efficient calorie burn.

Physical Activity and Heart Rate

May8th 2020

Staying in active is always a great goal, but how do we know how hard to push ourselves to safely yet effectively see the benefits of our effort? While there are many ways we can measure exercise intensity, heart rate (HR) is one of the best, and often the easiest, for novice and experienced athletes alike.

Sore Knees? Exercise Your Hips!

Dec10th 2014

Pain in the front of the knee, around the kneecap, is a frequent complaint among individuals.  Although most commonly seen in the female athletic population, patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a condition that can affect both sexes regardless of their activity level.