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Coronavirus, Our Commitment to Safety, and Resources to Keep You Informed

March 11th, 2020

Body Gear’s Response over the Growing Concerns Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) NEWS: Now Offering Telehealth Options Our priority is always the health and safety of our patients and employees. With

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♥ Valentine’s Day Heart Health ♥

February 14th, 2018

Relationships are often affected on Valentine’s Day! Today, we would like to tell you how we address the relationships between the ribs and thoracic cage after open-heart surgery. Our Physical Therapists

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The Front Lines of This Year’s Winter Olympics

February 8th, 2018

The wait is almost over!!! This Friday, the world’s top winter athletes will compete for coveted Olympic medals in 102 snowy sports. Fun fact: 2018 is the first time the

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Preparing for the CrossFit Open

February 5th, 2018

As CrossFitters around the globe eagerly await Dave Castro’s 18.1 announcement today, most of us are going about this week’s WODs in anticipation. What will the workout be and are

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What Is Dry Needing and Why Would I Need It?

January 24th, 2018

Most people have experienced knots within their muscles. These knots or areas of increased tension can occur from under-use, over-use or misuse of muscles. The actual mechanism of why this

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Introducing Klara: A Better Way to Communicate

January 11th, 2018

Body Gears is excited to announce the introduction of Klara, the fastest growing healthcare communication platform in the US.  Klara is a way for patients to easily get in touch with

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Love Your Scars and Teach Them to Move

January 10th, 2018

Scars get a bad rap. Celebrate them instead! Without them, surgeries are ineffective, infections enter the body, and muscles refuse to move. Scars are now part of your body, so

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Are Your Knees Snap, Crackle and Popping into the New Year?

January 4th, 2018

It is common for our joints to “pop”, “click” or “crack” throughout our day. However, these noises can become distracting and can be cause for concern. How do you know

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