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08 Tue

Injuries in Disguise: How Injuries Can Be Connected to Another Part of the Body

Injuries in Disguise: How Injuries Can Be Connected to Another Part of the Body By: Dr. Michelle Millner PT, DPT Injuries to our muscles, tendons and ligaments come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, but did you know that sometimes an injury in one part of you body...
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04 Fri

Pelvic Floor Strengthening

Pelvic Floor Strengthening written by: Dr. Yuchin Chang PT, DPT, OCS Kegel exercises are well known as strengthening exercises for the pelvic floor muscles, which support the bladder, rectum, and uterus, as well as maintain continence.  Several factors such as aging, childbirth (tear, episiotomy), and surgery can weaken...
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21 Fri

Minimize Your Pain on Planes

This holiday season, when you’re travelling to spend time with your family, remember to take care of yourself.  We all know there’s not a lot of leg room on planes and that can make for uncomfortable sitting, especially if the flight is over a couple hours long.  This...
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21 Fri

Small ways to stay fit and healthy during the holidays

Ah, the music, the lights, the snowmen, the lawn Santas… It must be that time of year again, the holidays are approaching.  This is a season to get together with family and friends to have fun and spread the joy.  Whether your holiday involves Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or...
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18 Tue

When you go shopping, don’t buy a case of the low back blues

‘Tis the season… Or so they say, ‘tis the shopping season.  When you’re hitting the malls this year, don’t let your packages weigh you down and hurt your back.  Lifting a heavy gift or package can be that straw that breaks the camel’s back, so to speak.  Don’t...
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