Category: Health and Wellness

4 Reasons Physical Therapy is a Better Option For Pain Relief Than Opioids

June 10th, 2021

Have you ever felt a nagging or constant pain that just wouldn’t go away no matter what you did? You might have suffered from “chronic pain.” Chronic pain affects 50 million adults in America—that’s nearly 20 percent of us! You might be part of that statistic if your pain and dysfunction have been a fixture

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Interval training

Looking to Lose Weight? Try Interval Training

May 20th, 2021

Interval Training Could be Just What You Need to Reach Your Weight Goals! Exercising at a steady rate simply won’t achieve the same results as interval training. Many people plug away at various workouts for an hour or more each day, several days a week, with minimal results. While this training has been around for

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Stop Saying No to Life

Stop Saying No to Life: Physical Therapy Can Relieve Your Hip and Knee Pain

March 20th, 2021

Have you found yourself turning down opportunities to do fun things that you normally enjoy, such as hiking or playing sports with friends? Do you find yourself having to go home early often because of hip or knee pain? If you’re nodding your head “yes” to either of these questions, physical therapy may be a

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Are You Dealing With Back Pain? The Cause Might Be a Herniated Disc!

March 10th, 2021

If you are struggling with chronic back pain, know that you’re not alone. Millions of people suffer from back pain, making it one of the main reasons for disability and limited activity in America. Pinpointing the exact cause of your back pain can sometimes be an elusive process, as there are several causes when it

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Proper Nutrition Can Reduce Pain

Proper Nutrition Can Reduce Pain and Inflammation

January 20th, 2021

Are We Really What We Eat? If you’re seeing a physical therapist already for internal inflammation, then you already know that this is a condition that can seriously affect your overall health. Whether you have a specific diagnosis for your inflammation (such as osteoarthritis) or you’re not entirely sure what’s causing your pain in your

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