Can High-Intensity Workouts Be Good For Overall Health?

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Are you thinking about trying high-intensity workouts? Would you like to learn why incorporating HIIT into your fitness plan can be beneficial for reaching your health and fitness goals? Let us explain… High-intensity, or HIIT, workouts are becoming increasingly popular amongst people looking to improve their health and fitness. In a world filled with unhealthy…

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Shoulder Injuries That You Should Be Aware Of

Professional Male Physical Therapist Helping his Female Patient in Exercising the Injured Shoulder.

Shoulder injuries are a common problem that affects people of all ages, often causing significant pain and discomfort. They can also be debilitating because if you can’t move your shoulder, you can’t use your arm, making things like tying your shoelaces and other simple daily tasks quite tricky, if not impossible.  You should be aware…

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Things To Avoid With Cervical Spinal Stenosis

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Have you or someone you love been told that you have cervical stenosis? Are you looking for tips on how to manage the condition? We can help. But let’s start with what it is.  Underneath the hood – your spine is made up of interconnected vertebrae and soft disks forming a canal that the spinal…

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I Think I’ve Pulled A Muscle In My Chest. What Should I Do?

man lifting weights causing shoulder pain

Do you have pain in the chest area that gets worse when you move or cough? We know that when patients pull or strain a chest muscle, it can cause intense pain. It can be especially painful if the muscle gets torn or excessively stretched beyond its usual range of motion. A large majority of…

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Do The Shoes You Wear For Running Actually Matter?

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Do you get a sharp pain in the back or your heels or shooting pain in the balls of your feet when you’re running? Maybe, a constant ache in the front or your legs?  Yes. Well, it could be something as simple as your footwear.  Whatever your workout of choice, whether it’s spending time at…

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How Can I Improve My Posture During Everyday Activities?

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For example, do you slouch over your desk or sit in a twisted position? Bend too far forwards when walking?  Or wake up feeling stiff and sore? All these things point to poor posture, which can negatively impact all aspects of your physical and mental health when it happens every day. But what can you…

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Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Reconstruction: How To Recover

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Are you booked in for posterior cruciate ligament surgery? You’ve come to the right place. We specialize in PCL surgery rehab. The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) is a ligament that links the lower and the upper leg. Compared to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL), the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) is larger and stronger. Despite this,…

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How To Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Man with carpal tunnel syndrome holding his wrist in pain

Do you have numbness or “pins and needles” in your hands and fingers? Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that causes annoying and painful numbness and tingling in the hands, fingers, and wrist. It’s a minor condition that often goes away independently (although it can take months to get fully better). But in severe cases…

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How Do I Cure My Ankle Pain?

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Do you have pain and/or swelling around your ankle that won’t go away? Does it feel unstable when you walk down the stairs or stiff in the mornings? Does the swelling stop you from playing sports or make you feel self-conscious? We define Ankle pain as any discomfort in the ankle region – the part…

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What Is Radiculopathy?

man holding his back from Radiculopathy

Are you getting super-sharp, stabbing pains in your back, arms, or legs? Do you feel some muscle weakness in these areas? If so, it could be radiculopathy (otherwise known as a pinched nerve). Well, what is radiculopathy? When you have a nerve that gets “pinched” at the root inside the spinal cord, it’s medically known…

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