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3 Things You’re Neglecting At The Gym That May Catch Up To You Someday

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As I was working out today, I became acutely aware of the fact that we live in an irrational society. The gym happens to be a particularly great place for a physical therapist like me to become in tune to such facts because as a PT, it is my job to observe, analyze, and correct […]

My Top 5 Tips for High School Seniors

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My Top 5 Tips for High School Seniors I received a quite a few pieces of advice before I went to college.  Here are 5 pieces of advice which I received that I thought were great and I hope they are useful to the class of 2015. 1) There is a lot of stuff in […]

3 Important Tips When You Call To Make Your First Appointment

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3 Important Tips When You Call To Make Your First Appointment Greetings! I hope you all are enjoying the nice spring like weather we are having!! It sure is nice to see the warm sun, and green grass!! When you call us to schedule an appointment we ask you a couple questions – here are […]

Does Stretching Help Most Sports Injuries Recover?

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Does Stretching Help Most Sports Injuries Recover? According to Stacy Ingram PhD from the University of Minnesota, many times we are pulling on an injured, weakened tissue that is trying to heal (remodel) when we stretch a recently injured hamstring or Achilles. Given this, think through when considering injury recovery. Current research shows that we […]

New Running Post: Songs Beats Per Minute (BPM) That I Run To

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New Running Post: Songs Beats Per Minute (BPM) That I Run To Happy 2015 everyone!  As we get into a new  year, I, like many, think about what improvements I can make and what goals do I have.  One of them is to get back into running more consistently.   I had high hopes for […]

Strategies For Better Sleep When Recovering From A Concussion

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Strategies For Better Sleep When Recovering From A Concussion Concussions can be accompanied by a range of symptoms for the concussed person. Common symptoms include: Headache Pressure in head Neck pain Nausea or vomiting Dizziness Changes in vision – double vision, blurry vision, spots, squiggly lines, sparkles Balance problems Sensitivity to light Sensitivity to noise […]

7 Tips For Staying In Shape Before The Spring Thaw

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7 Tips For Staying In Shape Before The Spring Thaw With the deep freeze of winter in full force, the effects of negative temperatures and limited sunlight leaves people feeling sluggish and a little down. At this point, many have thrown their New Year’s goals to the wayside and have draped themselves in oversized sweaters […]

How Patients Benefit From Measuring Outcomes

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How Patients Benefit From Measuring Outcomes When going to a health care appointment, there is one thing many of us dread (including me): paperwork. It seems never ending… is it really necessary to know about my grandparent’s health history? The longer I work in healthcare, the more I realize how important most of this information […]

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