Stay Active

Stay Active By Incorporating These 5 Easy Steps into Your Lifestyle

June 15th, 2020
Full-Body Workout

Get Moving at Home! Tips for Achieving a Full-Body Workout!

April 10th, 2020

Just because you’re in the confines of your home during this time, it doesn’t mean you can’t still achieve a full-body workout. Yes, it is true that gyms, workout classes, intramural leagues, and the like are closed/postponed for the time being – but it is still important to remain active and get your whole body

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Decrease Your Pain & Increase Your Energy

5 Ways to Decrease Your Pain and Increase Your Energy

February 20th, 2020

Are you experiencing aches and pains? Are you in need of quick relief so you can get back to living your life? If so, physical therapy can help. In a customized physical therapy program, you’ll learn some highly effective pain relief techniques that can also help boost your energy. Our highly-trained physical therapists are experienced

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Pre-hab

Speed Up Your Recovery Time With Pre-hab

January 20th, 2020

If you have a surgery coming up, you are likely aware of the rehab you’ll need afterward. Post-surgical rehabilitation is a crucial part of the recovery process, as it helps patients get back on their feet and regain their full range of function. What most people don’t know if that pre-surgical rehabilitation – or “pre-hab”

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Natural Pain Relief

Natural Pain Relief: Solving Your Aches and Pains Without Harmful Drugs

January 10th, 2020

The United States is a highly medicated society. We have hundreds of over-the-counter pain-management drugs at our disposal, and doctors routinely write prescriptions for heavier pain relievers, including the opioid drugs that have recently become a national epidemic. Fortunately, there is an alternative solution: physical therapy. If you’re tired of suffering from chronic pain and

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Sprains vs. Strains

Sprains vs. Strains: Recognizing the Difference

November 10th, 2019

You may have heard the terms “sprain” and “strain used interchangeably before – however, there is a key difference between the two. Before understanding the differences between a sprain and strain, it is important to understand the differences between a ligament and tendon. Your ligaments are rows of tissue that connect bones to one another

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Get Back to Your Daily Life Quicker with Pre-hab

October 20th, 2019

Decrease Your Pain and Increase Your Energy with These 5 Easy Tips

October 20th, 2019