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Advice for Reclaiming Your Health This Spring

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It’s that time of year! Climbing temperatures, trees budding, birds singing and rushing waters.  Just like spring, there is a great opportunity for us to start new and reclaim what winter has stolen.  Setting your sights on reclaiming your health doesn’t have to be a chore.  I want to challenge all reading this to make […]

3 Tips For Pitchers To Avoid Arm Pain

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3 Tips For Pitchers To Avoid Arm Pain With baseball in full swing I wanted to give a couple quick suggestions on keeping pitchers arms healthy.   1. DON’T pitch through fatigue or pain!  Research has shown that fatigue is the number one factor that has been identified for increasing risk for shoulder/elbow injuries in […]

Open Dome For Baseball Players

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Open Dome For Baseball Players It’s that time of year again.  My mind is on baseball.  Of course I miss traveling down to Florida every year to get the early games in for college, but I’ll take the next weather we have here. The snow is melting fast, but still covering the ground.  For those […]

Pre-Op PT Reduces Total Cost Of Care Of Total Knee Replacement

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Pre-Op PT Reduces Total Cost Of Care Of Total Knee Replacement I have recently seen an increase in total knee replacement patients within the past month.  Many of the difficulties with the increasing knee replacements are how quickly they are now discharged from hospital facilities, often within 3 days.  In my experiences patients are getting to outpatient […]

Do You Have Restless Leg Syndrome And Nothing Has Helped?

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Do You Have Restless Leg Syndrome And Nothing Has Helped? I have recently had a number of patients comment on their difficulty with this condition.  Before I go further, lets define restless leg syndrome with the help of The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Restless Leg Syndrome or RLS is a neurological disorder […]

The Fear of Back Pain!

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The Fear of Back Pain! The most common referral I receive is for low back pain.  One reason for this is our societies common misconceptions of what back pain is.  Please don’t misinterpret this meaning physical therapy isn’t appropriate.  However, majority of back pain episodes don’t have to leave you bedridden.  Much time for a […]