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Improve Your Fitness With These 5 Benefits of Walking! Jan20th 2021

Improve Your Fitness With These 5 Benefits of Walking!

Did You Know About These Walking Benefits? If you think you don’t know how to exercise, you are wrong. Plain and simple, you get out of a workout as much as you put into it. If you are willing to give physical fitness a try, then there is absolutely nothing holding you back from getting

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What Is A Sports Physical Therapist? Jan10th 2021

What Is A Sports Physical Therapist?

Did You Know Physical Therapy Could Help Improve Your Sports Performance? Sports physical therapy is an ever-growing field of focus. In fact, according to the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, “The specialty niche of sports physical therapy has grown at a significant rate over the past 40 years.” So, what does a sports physical

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Jan4th 2021

Direct Access to Physical Therapy. What Is Direct Access and How You Use It?

By: Dr. James H. Cassell IV, PT, DPT In the past, patients were required to see a physician to receive a prescription for physical therapy prior to attending physical therapy. As of January 2015, all 50 states have adopted “direct access” in various shapes and forms. Direct access allows patients to see a physical therapist

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Treating Sciatica with Chiropractic Care Dec20th 2020

Treating Sciatica with Chiropractic Care

Living with Sciatica? Consult with a Chiropractor! Tiger Woods swears by it. So do Barry Bonds and Joe Montana. But does chiropractic care really help sciatica, or is it “all in their heads”? As it turns out, there are medically sound reasons why the kind of treatments chiropractors offer may provide substantial relief from the

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Chronic Pain Can Make Daily Life Problematic - Physical Therapy is the Solution Dec10th 2020

Chronic Pain Can Make Daily Life Problematic – Physical Therapy is the Solution

Solve Your Daily Aches and Pains with Physical Therapy Chronic pain affects more than 100 million people in the U.S. and 20-30% of the global population, reports the National Institutes of Health Office of Disease Prevention. Moreover, experts predict chronic pain will increase in prevalence as people age into later adulthood. Finding relief for pain

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Dec1st 2020

Reducing the Risk of Injuries in Dancers

By Brittany O’Rourke Daniels, PT, DPT, CSCS Dancers are required to jump and land on one foot while on their toes and with their hips turned out. They then immediately move onto their next move without time to think about all the strain that was just put on their low back, hip, knee, ankle, and

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