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Chronic Pain as a Possible Cause of Falling

Chronic pain may be the reason adults older than 70 years of age have an increased chance of falling according to a study published in the November 25th issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. Dr. Suzanne G. Leveine is the lead author of the […]

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Proper Shoveling Techniques

CAUTION: WET FLOOR. Don’t you wish someone would put these signs outside as a heads up during these icy months? Although we have been lucky with some strangely warm weather, the cold is rolling in and we can surely expect snow in the upcoming weeks. Not all […]

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Keeping Your Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

2016 is here! For many of us, we are embarking towards achieving our personal New Year’s resolutions. Creating goals is a great way to self-motivate, however for many of us, things don’t always work out. Defy the odds by taking these few tips to heart. One of […]

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Physical Therapy for Knee Pain

Knee pain is a common body ailment for those who lead highly active lives as well as those who are carrying extra weight. The knee joint, when improperly used, can not only succumb to sudden injury, but can also overtime begin deteriorating. Depending on the location of […]

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Proper Lifting Techniques

Maintaining a healthy back is essential in preventing injuries and can assist in an overall healthier life. You face a higher risk of damaging your back if you are required to lift things regularly and inexperienced lifters can face injury if they are not aware of the […]

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How Physical Therapy Can Help With Arthritis

All arthritis, although known by many different forms, causes debilitating effects on the joints of your body. Nearly 1 in 7 Americans suffer from arthritis to various degrees. It is extremely important that if you suffer from arthritis, even only slightly, that you take action. Although there […]

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National Influenza Vaccination Week

It’s that time of year again! No, not the holiday season. Flu season! Flu season is upon us so it is important to be mindful of your health and the health of others over the next few months. December 6th through the 12th is National Influenza Vaccination […]

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Tips for Staying Active This Holiday Season

The holidays may be hectic but it is no excuse to neglect your fitness routine! Although alterations may have to be made to coordinate with holiday plans, sticking to a routine will be beneficial to both your waistline and your mental health. Whether you are a morning […]

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Shoulder Pain and Physical Therapy

Shoulder pain can be a very difficult condition to deal with for many reasons. It’s not only very frustrating due to the discomfort it causes throughout the day and while sleeping, but also because of how debilitating it can be. Depending on your lifestyle and severity of […]

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Proper Stretching Techniques

Stretching before and after a workout is critical to injury prevention and muscle growth but the wrong or incorrect type of stretching can have an opposite effect. Dynamic and static stretching are the two major types and are both integral to muscle health and an active lifestyle. […]

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