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Unique Food Tracking Apps to Check Out in 2020

  Category: health and wellness

It’s easy to set resolutions, but it’s much harder to keep them. Luckily, we live in an age where high-tech tools are at our fingertips. Having a diet and exercise assistant in your pocket (literally) in the form of a smartphone app can do wonders for staying on track, and…

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5 Questions to Address Therapeutic Dry Needling

  Category: Dry Needling

Dry needling is not as scary as it sounds. It's a safe, effactive treatment used for for pain relief and muscle recovery. While it's been long used in Europe, it's only risen to popularliry in the US in the past 30 years, and has started to be a go-to treatment…

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​Managing Patellofemoral Pain

  Category: MD Newsletter

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a common musculoskeletal disorder that represents nearly 17% of all knee pain presentations seen in general practice and up to 40% of knee pain presentations in specialist clinics, including clinics specializing in sports injury.  

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Medical Miracle or Health Hoax?

  Category: health and wellness

The new year is a great time to make your health a priority again, and there are a bunch of workouts and diet plans to choose from. Too many, some might say. It can be difficult to determine exactly which health plan will help you reach your goals, but there…

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Meet Our Newest Team Members

We’ve added five bright new faces to our team, who are already well underway in their roles and treating our wonderful patients every day.

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3 Benefits of Direct Access

Research has shown that direct access to physical therapy within 14 days of onset of symptoms saves money (over 50% in back pain costs) and reduces the need for further health care.

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10 FAQs on Laser Therapy

  Category: Laser Therapy

In case you’re interested in pursuing laser therapy, but have some concerns, read the top 10 questions asked the most over the last year and get the information you need before making an appointment.

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3 Musts for a Safe Workout

Working out is the time when people push themselves. They test their limits, challenge their bodies, and strive to do the impossible. Unfortunately, it is often during this time when people find their bodies getting strained or severely injured. If you want to get the most out of your workout,…

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Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery

Don't let a recent surgery get you down. Physical Therapy before AND after surgery can really benefit you and your healing process. Sometimes physical therapy even helps you to not have to get surgery. Read on to see the benefits of Physical Therapy after a surgery!

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TMJ & Physical Therapy are a great match

TMJ, also known as Temporomandibular Joint is a very painful ailment that affects the jaw. More than 15% of American adults suffer from chronic facial pain, such as jaw pain, headaches or earaches. Many patients and even doctors do not realize that this is something that can be helped drastically…

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Back to School

As the school year starts up, children are faced with another year of books, teachers, and homework. Parents, on the other hand, deal with ensuring academic success and social participation for their children in addition to helping with science fairs, book reports, and math problems. It often goes unnoticed, what damage a heavy…

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The Benefits of a Good Stretch

Can you believe that stretching not only makes you feel good, but it helps your body in many ways? Better flexibility may improve your performance in physical activities or decrease your risk of injuries by helping your joints move through their full range of motion and enabling your muscles to work most…

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The Benefits of Physical Activity

  Category: Rehabilitation

Physical activity and sports are a fundamental element of our lives. They foster our competitive drive, keep us healthy and teach us what it takes to succeed. Sports and fitness assist us in unlocking our full potential. To celebrate physical activity and sports, the month of May has been declared…

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Protect Your Lower Back When Lifting

  Category: Rehabilitation

A majority of people often experience lower back pain while lifting small and large objects alike. This pain stems from the way the back in bended in order to pick up the item. Bending down a retrieving a paper clip from the ground can trigger same agonizing back pain like…

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