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Staying Active at Home

While we are becoming accustomed to staying at home as much as possible during the Corona Virus pandemic, we don’t have to become sedentary. Staying active is good for your body and mind. If you are able to get outside for a walk or a run, you will experience physical fitness as well as connect

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How Physical Therapy helps with Sciatica

If you have ever had sciatic nerve pain, you know how debilitating it can be. The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the human body, so the pain caused by the pinching of this nerve is like no other. Often caused by a herniated disk or a narrowing of the spine, pressure is put on the

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Vertigo helped by Physical Therapy

Vertigo, or vestibular disorders, can result in nausea, fatigue and inability to function. If you have ever suffered from vertigo, you know that it can stop you in your tracks. Suddenly, you may feel like the world is spinning around you or that you yourself are spinning. You may experience dizziness and feel off-balance. Physical

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Feel Better with Direct Access to Care

Sometimes we suppress pain after it becomes a kind of new normal. Maybe you injured your shoulder or back while you were working on a house project or playing golf. It was really painful at first and bothered you, but then you decided that it might go away, or maybe it just became a dull

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Becoming Active Again

If you have been inactive for so long that you can’t figure out how to start an active lifestyle, let us offer some suggestions on how to begin. Making changes is difficult, especially when you are going from comfort to something that seems daunting, but overcoming a sedentary pattern to one of movement will help

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Overcoming Shin Splints

Overcoming Shin Splints

Have you started working on your new year fitness resolution only to find yourself in pain from shin splints? Have you tried a walking or running routine and now can’t seem to take a step without pain shooting up your lower leg? Shin splints are painful, but can be resolved or avoided all together. If

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Staying Active at Home

While we are becoming accustomed to staying at home as much as possible during the Corona Virus pandemic, we don’t have to become sedentary. Staying active is good for your body and mind. If you are able to get outside for a walk or a run, you will experience physical fitness as well as connect

Read More

How Physical Therapy helps with Sciatica

If you have ever had sciatic nerve pain, you know how debilitating it can be. The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the human body, so the pain caused by the pinching of this nerve is like no other. Often caused by a herniated disk or a narrowing of the spine, pressure is put on the

Read More

Vertigo helped by Physical Therapy

Vertigo, or vestibular disorders, can result in nausea, fatigue and inability to function. If you have ever suffered from vertigo, you know that it can stop you in your tracks. Suddenly, you may feel like the world is spinning around you or that you yourself are spinning. You may experience dizziness and feel off-balance. Physical

Read More

Feel Better with Direct Access to Care

Sometimes we suppress pain after it becomes a kind of new normal. Maybe you injured your shoulder or back while you were working on a house project or playing golf. It was really painful at first and bothered you, but then you decided that it might go away, or maybe it just became a dull

Read More

Becoming Active Again

If you have been inactive for so long that you can’t figure out how to start an active lifestyle, let us offer some suggestions on how to begin. Making changes is difficult, especially when you are going from comfort to something that seems daunting, but overcoming a sedentary pattern to one of movement will help

Read More
Overcoming Shin Splints

Overcoming Shin Splints

Have you started working on your new year fitness resolution only to find yourself in pain from shin splints? Have you tried a walking or running routine and now can’t seem to take a step without pain shooting up your lower leg? Shin splints are painful, but can be resolved or avoided all together. If

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New Year, New You

Most of us are ready to get back on track once the New Year hits. While we all have our own individual goals, a common ambition is to be healthy and exercise. We may do pretty well the first few weeks of the New Year and maybe even beyond January, but do we stick with

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What is Holding You Back?

Would you like to be active, but physical discomfort is holding you back?Are you missing out on doing the things that you love to do because of pain? Maybe you used to love the hustle and bustle of the holidays –decorating, baking, shopping –but this past Christmas you didn’t feel like you had the energy

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Lower Back Pain Relief with Physical Therapy

Lower back pain can cause frustration, inactivity and an inability to function. While some back pain can be from a bulging disk or sciatic nerve or something more serious, often, lower back pain is a result of one’s own actions and can be corrected. Physical therapy can help determine the cause of lower back pain

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Recover From Surgery Faster With Physical Therapy

Did you know that physical therapy BEFORE surgery can help with better recovery after surgery? Sometimes referred to as prehabilitation, physical therapy pre-surgery has many benefits. Physical therapy prior to surgery strengthens muscles, resulting in a better functional outcome. Through specific exercises, skilled physical therapists help patients work on specific muscle groups in order to

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