Category: Health and Wellness

Health, Strength, and Physical Activity

Find Out How Physical Therapy Can Help Improve Your Health, Strength, and Physical Activity!

October 5th, 2020

Everyone strives for a healthy, strong, and active lifestyle. However, the reality is that this type of lifestyle is not always easy to achieve, especially for those suffering from chronic pain. Fortunately, physical therapy is a great resource for helping you alleviate your pain and reach your fitness goals to improve your health.  If you’re

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Increase Your Energy

Want to Relieve Your Pain AND Increase Your Energy? Try These Tips!

September 15th, 2020

If you live with pain, you know how limiting it can be. Fortunately, there are some simple lifestyle changes you can make in order to decrease your pain while simultaneously increasing your energy. When you do these in addition to your physical therapy treatments, you can help recover from your pain and reach the physical

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Opioids Addiction

Say Goodbye to Opioids with Safe, Natural, and Effective Pain Relief!

August 5th, 2020

As we all know, there has been an opioid crisis plaguing our country. In America, it is estimated that approximately 11.5 million people abuse prescription drugs. In just 2016 alone, 116 people died each day from an opioid overdose.  Opioids create dependency as they do not solve painful issues. This is a frightening time, but

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Relieve Your Pain and Improve Your Flexibility by Stretching!

July 5th, 2020

One of the biggest parts of physical therapy is stretching. In almost every physical therapy treatment plan, there is some incorporation of targeted stretches. Stretching can benefit anyone – from athletes looking to improve their technique to older folks looking to relieve chronic aches and pains.  Stretching not only helps with flexibility improvement; it also

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Stay Active

6 Ways to Stay Active If You Sit At a Desk All Day

June 5th, 2020

Millions of people spend several hours each day sitting at a desk. People who spend much of their day in a sitting position are at a higher risk of developing serious conditions such as obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Many of these individuals may also be at risk of suffering from repetitive use injuries. It’s

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