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Staying Healthy This Ski and Snowboarding Season

Staying Healthy This Ski and Snowboarding Season

Every winter, countless skiers and snowboarders embark on expeditions to conquer the mightiest slopes and highest peaks. Unfortunately, sometimes those skiers and snowboarders suffer a few bumps and bruises along the way due to how rigorous and physically demanding their respective activities are. According to the National […]

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How Physical Therapy Can Help You Stick To Your New Year’s Resolution

How Physical Therapy Can Help You Stick To Your New Year’s Resolution

It’s common for people to make resolutions and change current habits, promising to resolve issues that they may have had in the past. Many resolutions are related to living a healthier lifestyle, focused on health wellness and a proactive way of thinking. That’s why physical therapy offers […]

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Physical Therapy for Diastasis Rectus Abdominis

Physical Therapy for Diastasis Rectus Abdominis

Diastasis rectus abdominis, or DRA, is a condition that many women suffer from during and after pregnancy. DRA occurs when the two parts of the abdomen muscle are separated as the connecting tissue stretches beyond its limits. The reason this is an occurrence for many pregnant women […]

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How to Treat Various Ankle Grade Sprains

How to Treat Various Ankle Grade Sprains

How to Treat Various Ankle Grade Sprains Ankle sprains are common injuries that affect countless victims a year. An ankle sprain occurs when the ligaments in the ankle are torn or stretched. While most sprains are manageable with some rest and ice, some require rehabilitation treatment or […]

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How to Build Up Endurance

How to Build Up Endurance

Building up your endurance is beneficial to your body’s strength and can help reduce the risk of injuries. Whether it’s doing simple weight lifting exercises or performing cardio, any type of physical activity does nothing but good for your health. For those who have sustained injuries like […]

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Treating an ACL Tear With Physical Therapy

Treating an ACL Tear With Physical Therapy

An ACL tear is something that can affect many athletes and has the possibility of taking months to recover from. An ACL tear happens when the ligament in the knee is subject to a rapid or sudden change in movement, especially if one’s foot is planted while […]

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Early Arthritis in Athletes

Early Arthritis in Athletes

While arthritis is a condition most of us have heard of, it’s not something that we completely understand. There are more than 100 types of arthritis, and it’s responsible for both joint pain and joint disease. Also, contrary to popular belief, arthritis can affect people of all […]

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How To Deal After Tommy John Surgery

How To Deal After Tommy John Surgery

Have you ever heard of Tommy John Surgery? If so, you probably know that Tommy John Surgery (TJS) is extremely common among athletes- specifically baseball pitchers.  TJS involves the reconstruction of the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) in the elbow. During this procedure, the surgeon uses a tendon […]

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Being Safe This Winter

Being Safe This Winter

It’s that time of the year when we start breaking out the eggnog and building snowmen. Unfortunately, winter also comes with cold weather and snow, which contribute to injuries from activities like shoveling or possibly slipping on the ice. Colder temperatures also result in the weakening of […]

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How to Prevent Ankle Pain During the Fall Sports Season

How to Prevent Ankle Pain During the Fall Sports Season

Fall sports, whether it’s football or soccer, have the potential to wear down the athlete’s ability to perform at their highest level. One of the most common injuries during this time of the year are ankle sprains, which might seem tame in terms of other physical problems, […]

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