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How Do You Know if You Have a Herniated Disc?

March 20th, 2020

Do you have sharp pain in a particular part of your arm or leg? It may be a herniated disc. However, it could be another problem. Herniated or bulging discs are often blamed for radiating pains, numbness and tingling in the extremities, but they are often not the culprits.   Herniated discs are caused by

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Is Your Shoulder Pain Coming From the Rotator Cuff?

March 10th, 2020

Have you ever felt a twinge in your shoulder when lifting something? Do you suffer from an aching shoulder at the end of the day? This could be a sign that your rotator cuff is weak and irritated. Various studies show that 20% of people with shoulder pain after age 32 have a rotator cuff

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Can’t Stand Cardio? No Problem! 3 Foolproof Ways to Complete Your Exercises

January 20th, 2020

We all know that cardio takes time. In fact, one of the most common complaints we hear from patients who come to us for physical therapy exercises is that there simply isn’t enough time in their busy days to complete cardio workouts. Other times, whether there’s a time constraint or not, many people report a

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Become a Morning Person By Changing Your Routine

January 10th, 2020

Any physical therapist you see will stress the importance of maintaining a healthy routine. Physical therapists are experts in helping patients with their mobility and function, but they can also play an integral role in helping implement healthy lifestyle choices – including a beneficial morning routine. If you are interested in finding out more regarding

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4 Things to do if you Wake up Feeling Achy

December 20th, 2019

It’s one thing to go to bed feeling sore and achy. At the end of a long day, feeling a little sore is somewhat normal. After all, you’ve been pushing your body for somewhere between 12 – 16 hours, taking care of your family, your pets, your office concerns, and your home—who wouldn’t feel a

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Get Rid of Your Chronic Back Pain! 5 Ways a Physical Therapist Can Help Relieve Your Pain.

December 6th, 2019

Is your back pain becoming more than you can manage? Few problems can render a person’s ability to move and fulfill basic needs inept like chronic back pain. According to a division of the National Institutes of Health, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), more than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic

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What do you think is causing your back pain? Could it be a herniated disc? Find out.

November 20th, 2019

Back pain is not something you want to ignore for long. One of the most common causes of pain among adults in the United States, back pain can develop for any number of endless reasons, and once it develops it doesn’t always go away all that easily. When pain in the back lingers well beyond

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Don’t spend the rest of your life taking medicine to control the pain. Talk to your doctor about physical therapy!

November 14th, 2019

How does your chronic pain affect you? Perhaps you have a hard time getting out of bed or climbing stairs. Maybe you find yourself feeling stressed, distracted, and depressed at work. You might wake up in the middle of the night or struggle to fall asleep because of pain. If you’re like many of the

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Physical Therapy can help you ditch the pain meds!

November 10th, 2019

Are you taking pain meds to manage your pain? If so, it just may not be a good choice. “It seems like every time you turn on the news there is another story about the opioid epidemic gripping the country. There is good reason for the panic. In 2016 alone, 116 people died each day

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Chronic joint pain can be debilitating. Find out how physical therapy can help relieve your aches and pains.

October 20th, 2019

Have your joints been hurting you for a few months? Well, you’re not alone. “Joint pain plagues an increasing number of aging, often arthritic Americans, a new report finds. In 2002, about 10.5 million people in the United States said they battled severe joint pain, but by 2014 that number had jumped to 14.6 million,

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