5 Tips to Improve Your Bladder Health Right Now

November 8th, 2021

November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month and your team at Body Gears wants you to live a more comfortable, confident lifestyle. Here are some tips for taking control of

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Best Ways to Prevent and Treat Swimming Shoulder Injuries

August 23rd, 2021

If you were inspired by the Tokyo Olympics to get back in the pool, here are some quick tips for preventing and treating shoulder injuries. Every four years at the

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Chicago Marathon Check-In: Taking Account for a COVID-19 Diagnosis

July 18th, 2021

New flu-like symptoms should mean quarantining for two weeks. But if you’re still feeling the effects of COVID-19 months later, you’re not alone. The Chicago Marathon is back for 2021

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New Study Confirms Physical Therapy Reduces Need for Knee Replacement and Creates Better Outcomes When Surgery is Needed

July 13th, 2021

Nobody wants to go under the knife, but everyone wants to feel better. With the rate of knee osteoarthritis on the rise among seniors, a new study reveals the value

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Why Your Pelvic Floor Matters?

March 18th, 2021

Written by Katrina Carpenter, PT, DPT Hello everyone! My name is Katrina Carpenter, PT, DPT and I put together this informational video with the purpose of educating the general public,

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Go! Press Play! From Training Table to Cross-Country Trek

October 30th, 2020

Train. Recover. Ride. Inspire. At Body Gears, it’s about enhancing human mechanics through the entire journey with patients like Andrew Mortenson. A physical therapist is specially trained to help you

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You Move. We Move. Move Your Way with Physical Activity

October 19th, 2020

Have you heard that most people do not get enough physical activity? That’s right! According to the newest Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans published by the US Department of Health

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Sciatica Hurts! Physical Therapy Can Save You Aches and Pain

October 17th, 2020

Sciatica occurs when pain radiates along the sciatic nerve. This is a large nerve that starts in the low back and runs down the back of the leg. It is

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