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Choose Physical Therapy Over Opioids for Pain Relief

June 16th, 2017

Last week the state of Ohio followed five other states by filing a lawsuit against five major drug manufacturers in attempt to hold them accountable for the opioid crisis. This headline is the latest news of the country’s fight against epidemic addiction to prescription painkillers, which has skyrocketed in recent years with deadly results. Every

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Is Your Pain Coming from a Herniated Disc? We Can Help!

March 3rd, 2017

Few things will disrupt your daily activities like a jolt of neck or back pain. Sometimes this seems to occur out of nowhere, making once easy motions and tasks like turning your head or tying your shoes nearly impossible. Could your pain be caused by a herniated disc? Situated centrally within your body, the vertebral

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New California Concussion Law for Youth Sports

January 13th, 2017

As Little Leaguers nationwide are gearing up for the coming baseball season, a new California law aims to protect them– and other youth sports participants– from concussions. An estimated 1.6 to 3.8 million sports and recreation related concussions occur in the U.S. every year. According to a study by Safe Kids Worldwide, 1.35 million children

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Where is your pain coming from?

September 1st, 2016

Whether you suffer from back, neck, knee or hip pain, the location where you feel your discomfort is not necessarily its cause. Pain can radiate away from the source, and the chemical changes that occur with inflammation can irritate surrounding tissues, causing an aching sensation. Compensatory pain can result from joints or muscles moving improperly

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How to Put the Spring Back in Your Step

August 11th, 2016

We all know that getting outside more and staying active is good for our mind and body. However, if you suffer from knee pain, arthritis, low back pain or other aches and pains, you may find it difficult to stay active. Here are some easy changes to help you get back to the activities you

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How to stop suffering from Arthritis Pain

July 22nd, 2016

Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. In fact over 65 million people in the US have osteoarthritis to some degree. Arthritis is characterized by progressive wearing away of the cartilage in a joint. This wear and tear over time leads to bone spurs, poor tissue strength, inflammation, pain, weakness of surrounding muscles and poor joint movement.

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Achy in the Morning

July 13th, 2016

Our bodies are made to move and rely on a finely-tuned balance of proper posture, strength, coordination, chemical levels, blood pressure and more. When you don’t move on a consistent basis or experience changes to your health, you may start to feel stiff and achy, especially in the mornings. Poor health, injury, a sedentary lifestyle

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Discover the Amazing Benefits of Stretching!

June 22nd, 2016

As you age, your muscle tissue actually dries out a little, tightening. This causes a loss of range of motion in your joints and tissues. In addition to the loss of range of motion, it can really limit your active lifestyles and hinder day-to-day, normal motions. Tasks that used to be simple, such as dressing

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How to Achieve Real Relief from Stress Related Headaches

June 14th, 2016

Life’s demands create stress and although some stress may be good, too much can cause health problems. Most people equate stress with high blood pressure, a heart attack or a stroke. But did you know headaches, dizziness, neck and shoulder pain can be stress-related too? Chronic headaches, usually accompanied by extreme fatigue are almost always

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Preventing and Treating Sports Injuries

May 30th, 2016

Exercise is an important part of life in order to become or stay healthy. For many people, sports are a fun way of burning extra calories, socializing and getting fit. Unfortunately, this also means the occasional sports injury, or a flare-up of an old injury or condition. You don’t have to be a professional or

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