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Do You Suffer From Lower Back Pain? Physical Therapy Can Help

October 20th, 2020

3 Easy Ways To Start Managing Your Pain Dealing with back pain can be extremely uncomfortable and inconvenient. Tons of people turn to prescription medication to manage their pain, but with opioid dependence on the rise, many of them are looking for a better option. According to a study in the BMC Health Services medical

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Dealing With Pain and Inflammation? Here’s How Eating Healthy Can Help.

October 10th, 2020

A Proper Diet Could Be Your Key to a Pain Free Life Maintaining a healthy diet plays a vital part to any physical therapy routine. Proper nutrition is important, especially if you deal with chronic inflammation and pain. Eating the right foods can help your body recover from many different painful conditions. Reducing stress, eating

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Lasting Relief for Hip & Knee Pain with Physical Therapy

September 20th, 2020

If you have been struggling with hip and knee pain for very long, it may feel like your pain is here to stay. After all, can you really get any lasting relief from serious joint pain? Actually, you can, and physical therapy is one of the best ways to do it. With the right physical

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Say No to Opioids! Physical Therapy can Help Reduce Pain

September 10th, 2020

“The White House has announced that APTA is among the organizations that have joined a public-private partnership to combat opioid usage and prescription drug abuse, and that the association will reach out to the public and its members to deliver the message that pain can be effectively managed through conservative, nondrug approaches. Physical therapists can

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3 Reasons why it’s important to stay active as you age

August 20th, 2020

There are so many things to look forward to with age—spending more time with loved ones, watching your family grow, experiencing new things. But if you’re in your fifth, sixth, or seventh, decade, have you started to notice aches, pains, and other issues making movement more difficult? If so, you’re not alone. Age-related debility and

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Nutrition plays an important role in your healthy lifestyle, but did you know proper nutrition can actually help with aches and pains?

August 10th, 2020

Do you have chronic pain? If so, you may want to take a closer look at what’s in your grocery cart, fridge, and pantry, because it turns out your diet could be making your pain better or worse. According to the World Health Organization, fully 60% of factors related to your health and quality of

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An Active Lifestyle Can Improve Your Health. Try These 5 Activities to Get Moving.

July 20th, 2020

If you spend your days hobbling painfully from your bed to your reclining chair and back, the notion of pursuing any kind of vigorous activity may be the furthest thing from your mind. The truth, however, is that getting active can vastly improve your health, your comfort, mobility, and overall quality of life. Here are

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Don’t be a Part of the Opioid Epidemic. Physical Therapy Can Help Relieve Your Arthritis Pain

July 10th, 2020

When a person suffers from arthritis, particularly in a weight-bearing joint like the knee or hip, taking an opioid painkiller for relief can be a powerful temptation. The bad news is that while an opioid can temporarily relieve pain, the patient’s bones continue to grind together, making the underlying cause of the condition even worse.

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5 Common Indicators that You Need Physical Therapy

June 20th, 2020

Physical therapy isn’t just for rehabilitation or athletes in training. There are many reasons why a person might need the assistance of a physical therapist. There are five basic indicators that you need to visit a physical therapist. 1. You’re Experiencing Sharp Pain Sharp pain, especially if it’s ongoing, may be a sign of a

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Get Control over Your Joint Pain! Physical Therapy is the Solution.

June 10th, 2020

Chronic joint pain is typically associated with arthritis, although there are other physical ailments that can lead to joint deterioration and pain. While physical therapy is not a cure for arthritis, it can help to alleviate the pain, increase your range of motion in the affected joints and help you get control over the problem

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