Do You Have A Herniated Disk? Solve the Mystery Of That Curious Back Pain

January 20th, 2021
Has a friend or family member ever told you they have a “slipped disc”? You’ve probably heard the term a few times, however, it’s actually a misnomer, since discs don’t actually ever “slip” but either degenerate, bulge, or herniate. Painful? Maybe. Annoying? Absolutely. Fortunately, a physical therapist can treat all these issues! The latter condition,

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The Secret To Stopping Aches And Pains With Good Nutrition

January 10th, 2021
Whenever you pair good nutrition with physical therapy, it’s a duo unlike any other. However, many people know that good nutrition is the pathway to good health. Good nutrition is a simple and powerful way to help with those aches and pains. How Nutrition Can Help Physical Therapy Nutritional interventions are alone useful tools to

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7 Easy Ways to Increase Your Activity and Live Healthy

7 Easy Ways to Increase Your Activity and Live Healthy

December 20th, 2020
Do you move every day? Doing so can increase your lifespan, improve your mood, help you maintain a healthy weight, increase your strength, flexibility, endurance, and balance, and help you manage chronic pain and other health conditions. Regular physical activity is so important that our physical therapy team is always looking for tips to offer

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Opioids for Arthritis Pain

Are You Taking Opioids for Your Arthritis Pain? You Need to Read This.

December 10th, 2020
Arthritis is a general term that actually includes hundreds of different diseases. Whether you have osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or another type, one of the primary symptoms is inflammation and pain in the joints. Whatever type of arthritis you’re suffering from, you’re likely struggling to overcome varying degrees of pain. If you’re taking opioids for arthritis

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PT for Chronic Back Pain

Chronic Back Pain Doesn’t Have to be Your Story. Understand 3 Physical Therapy Can Help.

September 20th, 2020
Chronic back pain is pain that persists for three months and longer. This type of pain can be due to a variety of reasons, including arthritis of the spine, aging, disc problems and myofascial pain syndrome. With arthritis of the spine, there is a slow thinning of the cartilage inside the spine which can cause

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