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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Rotator Cuff Injury: What It Means

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Has your doctor told you that you have a rotator cuff injury? Confused about what to do next? Let us explain.  What Is The Rotator Cuff? The rotator cuff is a cluster of tendons and muscles surrounding the joint of the shoulder. It connects and keeps the bone of the upper arm firmly within the…

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Coping with Covid: What to do when sheltering in place

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For most of us, our entire world is turned upside down.  Kids are not going to school, employees are not going to work, and many people do not leave their house.  As the old adage goes “this too shall pass” but currently we are living in a never imagined situation.  Here are four simple tips…

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Holiday Traveling with Pain

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If you suffer pain, daily tasks such as cooking, cleaning, and daily tasks can be difficult and exhausting. Add to that the constant pain is invisible to those on the outside and can flare without warning.  This pain should prevent you from traveling during the holidays, it just requires some extra precautions and planning. Before…

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Six Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Physical Therapy Visits

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To some people, physical therapy is the unknown, not knowing what to expect at the first and subsequent appointments.  To others, going to physical therapy is old hat just like their hair dresser or barber. They have had multiple surgeries or injuries and the physical therapist has become part of their extended family. Here are a few…

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Time to Get in to Shape in the New Year

Getting into shape, for many, is a daunting task.  Living in a world of fast food chains, coffee stores and bakeries at every corner, doesn’t make it any easier. Here are some helpful tips to guide you in the right direction of getting healthy! Portion Control Portion size plays a huge part in your weight…

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How to Make 2019 Healthier, Stronger, and More Active!

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Where is the gym membership that hasn’t seen you in months?  Are the tennis shoes collecting dust in the back of the closet?  Is your yoga mat curled in the back of your car?  Never fear…we’ve put together a list of tips to help you grow healthier, stronger and more active in 2019. Conquer the…

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Five CrossFit Misconceptions

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You have probably also heard a lot of rumors about CrossFit and how you should, or shouldn’t take part. Here are five misconnections about CrossFit, from Miranda, a certified CrossFit coach. Not everyone can do CrossFit.This is one of the biggest misconceptions about CrossFit!  CrossFit was designed by Greg Glassman to improve one’s fitness and health.…

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Are You Doing these 3 things to Make Your Knee Pain Worse?

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Some people blame their knee pain on old age or that it just comes and goes on its own, but a lot of the time our own everyday habits add to the knee pain that we feel.  Perhaps your knee pain is being affected by these 3 habits… You and I were not designed to…

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The Five Natural Ways to Relieve Sciatica

Have you ever experienced aching pain in the back or buttock area that radiates down your leg? If so, you may have sciatica. Sciatica is a common condition that affects up to 1 out of 10 people, typically between ages 25-45. Symptoms Sciatica is typically felt as a dull aching pain to the low back…

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