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WARM UP: Should I?
WARM UP: Should I?

Save your energy or prepare your muscles? Ever a debate! “Warming up” can mean very different things to different people. This generic term can include anything from a pre-workout one-mile jog to ladder sprints, to dynamic stretching, to static stretching. We [...]

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Educating the Chronic Pain Patient
Educating the Chronic Pain Patient

Education is always one of the points of emphasis as a physical therapist as we want to ensure the understanding of the anatomy, joint biomechanics, and how it can impact movement and pain. For many patients’, pain is a signal [...]

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Your Pain is not “Just a Headache”
Your Pain is not “Just a Headache”

Headaches and migraines can be debilitating. They can keep you from enjoying the activities that matter most to you, whether that is caring for your family, going to school, hitting the treadmill, or just getting through a typical day. This [...]

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Avoiding Golf Injuries
Avoiding Golf Injuries

The sun is coming out more frequently and we are all getting the itch… the itch to go GOLFING! Well before you hit the greens here are some tips to limit injuries and promote a successful golfing season. The Address [...]

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Physical Therapy and Breast Cancer
Physical Therapy and Breast Cancer

Approximately one in eight women and one in 1,000 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer over the course of their lifetime. Current treatment options such as chemotherapy, radiation, lumpectomy, and mastectomy can be incredibly taxing both physically and psychologically [...]

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Pain Free Gardening and Yard Work
Pain Free Gardening and Yard Work

As the weather turns warmer and warmer, for many people that means one thing; more and more gardening and yard work. Anyone who has spent an entire afternoon in their garden or working in their yard knows how physically demanding [...]

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