New Year New You

December 27th, 2017

2017 is coming to an end, which means one thing: time to make 2018 New Year Resolutions. However, it only takes a quick Google search to find that only 8%

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Female Athletes and the Issue No One Wants to Discuss

December 21st, 2017

It’s not uncommon to hear of athletes seeking physical therapy for musculoskeletal injuries of all parts of the body. Yet, there is a common issue in female athletes that largely

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The Competitive World of Dance and the Mistakes you Need to Avoid

December 6th, 2017

Dancing is your passion. We get it. But we also know that within the exquisite world of dance is an environment of tough competition. So you have to function at your absolute

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My Insurance Benefits Reset on December 31st, What Should I Do Before Then?

November 15th, 2017

The end of the year might bring out a lively energy in you OR that feeling of exhaustion. As you prepare for the holidays, there is one thing we can

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Preventing and Treating Injuries in Ice Skaters

November 8th, 2017

Ice skaters suffer from both repetitive stress injuries and traumatic injuries, however, about half of all ice skating injuries are due to repetitive stress, and thus preventable. Repetitive stress injuries

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How you can Help Reduce your Risk of Lymphedema After Breast Cancer Treatment

November 1st, 2017

The lymphatic system is an amazing network of vessels within your body that helps filter blood while fighting off disease and infection. After a breast cancer diagnosis, treatment will often

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Pillow Power!

October 25th, 2017

We spend, on average, one-third of our lives sleeping.  With so much of our time spent in bed, it is critical to maintaining good posture for these 8 hours every

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Exercise and Breast Cancer: Will Weight Training Exacerbate my Lymphedema?

October 18th, 2017

During and after breast cancer treatment, many patients are at risk of developing lymphedema, or tissue swelling, within their upper quadrant. A diagnosis of lymphedema, likely due to a disruption

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