Category: Physical Therapy

Do you sit at a desk most of the day? Here’s how to stay active during the 9-5!

May 20th, 2020

Would you be embarrassed if you got caught doing jumping jacks in your office? We hope not—and we think many successful companies would likely applaud the effort! It’s becoming more well known that staying physically active throughout the workday isn’t just better for your health. It can also boost productivity, job satisfaction, and psychological well-being,

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Let’s get… physical! 5 Ways to stay active and feel better!

May 10th, 2020

Staying active is one of the key factors in maintaining long-term health. Fitting exercise and even moderate activity into your daily routine, however, isn’t always easy. Whether it’s because of a busy schedule or a health condition, you may find it difficult to get the daily exercise you need. The following are five easy ways

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Pain Shouldn’t Be a Part of Your Everyday Life. Take Back Control With Physical Therapy!

April 20th, 2020

Manage Your Pain, and Manage Your Life As you may have already learned the hard way, chronic pain can hurt more than just your body. Conditions that limit your mobility and prevent you from pursuing your favorite activities can make you feel a gut-wrenching loss of control over your own life. The sheer endless onslaught

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Do you wake up feeling achy? Try these 3 stretches first thing in the morning.

April 10th, 2020

There are few things worse than waking up in the morning to chronic pain in your neck, back, or joints. Morning aches and pains can make it difficult to complete even the simplest tasks, like getting up out of bed or putting on your shoes. But with the help of a few physical therapist approved

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3 Reasons to Attend Post-Surgical Rehab for a Better Recovery

February 20th, 2020

Facing surgery can be a little scary. Not only are you unsure how the operation itself will go, you may not be clear about what to expect once the anesthesia has worn off. Fortunately, our physical therapists can walk you through the precise recovery process for your surgery. Call today to schedule a consultation with

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Do you stretch before and after your workout? If not, you should start.

January 10th, 2020

Do you make time to go to the gym a few times per week? If so, you should commend yourself for your efforts. But at our physical therapy clinic, we notice an interesting trend with a lot of our active patients: they go to the gym regularly, but they largely neglect stretching and mobility work.

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Why physical therapy is important before you have surgery.

September 10th, 2017

It is easy to see why physical therapy is important after surgery. Not only can it help minimize the development of scar tissue around the wound, it can also help a person heal faster and return to full mobility. It may be a little more difficult to see why you need physical therapy before surgery, but participating

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Why physical therapy is important after you have surgery

August 10th, 2017

In the weeks leading up to surgery, the most feared words after “anesthesia” and “hospital” are “physical therapy.” For many people, the anticipation of any pain that goes along with physical therapy is enough to keep them from stepping foot into a PT’s office after surgery. In reality, the only way back to full recovery

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4 Ways to Run Faster and Farther

January 10th, 2017

Do you run frequently for exercise, or just want to start in order to live a healthier lifestyle? Learning to run properly can make this very important activity a fun way to exercise for any age group. The way that you run is a matter of energy and efficiency. How is it that some people

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How to Strengthen Your Core Muscles in 4 Easy Steps

December 21st, 2016

Have you ever had that sagging feeling at the end of a long day? You know, when your belly seems to protrude way out and your back aches. The main reason for this is your lack of core strength. Your core is made up of a variety of muscles that support your trunk and spine.

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