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Big Backpacks Can Cause Big Problems

Big Backpacks Can Cause Big Problems
Back to school means carrying a lot of books and other items. Most students use a backpack to haul all their stuff around. These tips can save your back. Read More

Best Way To Prevent Disease

Best Way To Prevent Disease
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 68 percent of adults over the age of 20 are either overweight or obese (for each group the percentages are equal). Read More

Do You Have Foot Pain?

Do You Have Foot Pain?
Foot pain is one of the worst things because it seems everything you do involves standing or walking from one place to another. The sharp, stabbing pain can be excruciating. Here are some things that can help you get back to walking pain free. Read More

An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure

An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure
Summer weather makes me want to get outside and get active. After being in the house all winter and not as active as I wanted to be, I know that the first time out I will be paying for that inactivity for several days. Here are a few things that can help us get back in the swing of things and lessen the pain in the days following. Read More

Headache Relief

Headache Relief
Headache relief can be achieved with physical therapy. Here are some things to help you get over your headaches faster. Read More

You can appear younger by doing this

You can appear younger by doing this
You balance tells more about your age than you know. Read More

Pinched Nerves

Pinched Nerves
A pinched nerve can cause many problems. There are many causes and here are a few things that can help you. Read More

Sick and tired of being sick and tired?

Sick and tired of being sick and tired?
You must be intentional about helping any part of your body that is feeling bad. Read More

Back pain intervention

Back pain intervention
What is the most effective back pain intervention? Read More

The "golden years"

The "golden years"
Just like planning for your financial retirement, planning for good health has to be planned. Read More

Pain and problems

Pain and problems
Pain is what brings you in for help, but most of the time it started way before you noticed the pain. Read More

If you do it once...

If you do it once...
If surgery seems like the magic fix for back pain, you should consider the facts. Read More

Exercise Dose

Exercise Dose
How much exercise is the right amount and not too much? Read More

Living Longer

Living Longer
Living longer is tied to stronger legs! Read More

The Pain medication epidemic

The Pain medication epidemic
Addiction to pain medications is a problem in America, but what is the solution? Read More

Healing after your surgery

Healing after your surgery
Following a surgery, there are several things you can to do assist your body in healing. Read More

Is an MRI a hopeless situation?

Is an MRI a hopeless situation?
Many people think that a bulging disk on MRI is a hopeless situation. Rest assured it is not. Read More

Health Hacks!

Health Hacks!
Holiday Health Hacks to Keep Your Holidays Pain Free! Read More

Balance is the key

Balance is the key
Balance is the key to staying healthy, keeping your stress level down and being able to do what you want your whole life. Read More

Keeping You Healthy

Keeping You Healthy
One-third of adults over the age of 65 are likely to fall this year, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and they probably won’t be the only ones harmed. Read More

Physical Therapists Have The Ability To Lower Insurance Costs For Employers By Simply Communicating

Physical Therapists Have The Ability To Lower Insurance Costs For Employers By Simply Communicating
Amid the doom and gloom and fear surrounding our profession, there is great hope and opportunity. Though clearance houses are still cropping up trying to take advantage of providers and payers, payment structures are fundamentally changing. Read More

Benefits of Physical Therapy

Benefits of Physical Therapy
Physical therapists are evidence-based health care professionals who offer cost-effective treatment that improves mobility and relieves pain, reduces the need for surgery and prescription drugs, and allows patients to participate in a recovery plan designed for their specific needs. Read More

Physical Therapy a Growing Aspect of Cancer Treatment & Recuperation

Physical Therapy a Growing Aspect of Cancer Treatment & Recuperation
Exercise is one of the best things we can do for our physical and mental health, and that doesn't change after a cancer diagnosis. Read More

How To Teach Your Kids About Sugar

How To Teach Your Kids About Sugar
This article is dedicated to all of the kids out there who think the orange juice they drink at breakfast, the cookies they eat after lunch, the candy they trade at school and the Gatorade they chug after practice are no big deal. In other words, all kids across America. And also to their parents who believe the same thing: that daily intake of sugar is harmless and just a function of childhood. Read More

Differentiating Physical Therapists

Differentiating Physical Therapists
You may be thinking, ‘What about the orthopedic physician?’ They specialize in muscles, soft tissues, bones and joints. However, they do not assess and address active physical movement, such as walking, because that is not their area of expertise. Read More

Physical Therapy And The Human Movement System

Physical Therapy And The Human Movement System
Do you know that your body has a movement system? Left uncontrolled, it can be the source of injuries, aches and pains; however by working with a human movement expert it can be the rock-solid foundation for fitness and long-term health. Read More

Start Walking Toward A Healthier You

Start Walking Toward A Healthier You
There are countless physical activities out there, but walking has the lowest dropout rate of them all! It's the simplest positive change you can make to effectively improve your heart health. Read More

Ability To Balance Can Relate To Brain Health

Ability To Balance Can Relate To Brain Health
Struggling to balance on one leg for 20 seconds or longer was linked to an increased risk for small blood vessel damage in the brain and reduced cognitive function in otherwise healthy people with no clinical symptoms, according to new research. Read More

Tips To Recover From A Workout

Tips To Recover From A Workout
Proper recovery following a workout is as essential as the workout itself. Whether you are beginning to work out for the first time or are altering your regimen, proper recovery is crucial to sustaining a long-term workout plan. Read More

Personalized Playlists Increase Exercise Adherence

Personalized Playlists Increase Exercise Adherence
Study: Music strategy shows 70% increase in exercise adherence. The use of personalized music playlists with tempo-pace synchronization increases adherence to cardiac rehab by almost 70%, according to a recent study. Read More