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Thursday, November 7th, 2019 Medical diagnoses don't need much of an introduction. They're what you get from your doctorwhen you're sick. Examples would be influenza, diabetes, or hypertension. They describe theunderlying problem that is causing your symptoms. When people feel sick, they know they need to go to the doctor and find out what's going on toget treated. We should treat movement the same way. If you're having pain when you move,can't do things you used to be able to - like get on ...
Posted on 2019-11-07
No, this article isn’t about tax season.  It’s not even about the political season.  What we are talking about here is an actual pain in the neck.  Neck Pain, Stiff Neck, and Headaches are one of the most common reasons that people visit their doctor.  So, let’s take a closer look. Do you wake up with a “Kink” in your neck once and a while? Do you have trouble turning your head to the side while driving to look for traffic? Do you ever exper...
Posted on 2018-04-13
Pregnancy can be one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life.  The changes that the body undergoes during this time are simply amazing.  However, with these changes there are usually some aches and pains.  Physical Therapy might be the solution to many of the common issues that an expecting mother might face.  Here are some of the common issues you may encounter. Back Pain Low back pain is common during pregnancy, especially during the second and third trimest...
Posted on 2018-03-08
Dynamic or Active Stretching vs. Static Stretching, which is best.   Well we have made our New Years Resolution, and are now committed to starting a new exercise program.  Everyone knows that you need to warm up prior to exercise, but what we have done in the past may not be the best way to start.  For those of us starting off this year the biggest mistake we can make is to completely skip a warm-up and jump right into the workout. Whether its sports, lifting weights, going for...
Posted on 2018-01-23
There is an all too common misconception that weight lifting can be detrimental to an adolescents’ and teenagers’ (ages 8-15) growth and development. Through extensive observation and investigation, that myth has been put to rest. The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) has endorsed resistance exercise for children, noting its safety and efficacy when performed properly. It is likely that the forces a child’s joints experience during sporting activities (socce...
Posted on 2017-11-20
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