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Everyday Household Items To Use For Your Workouts

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I have a really darling 6 year old who is not afraid to speak her mind and although I think this quality will serve her well in life, I may need to help refine how and when she expresses her opinions.  For example, recently she blurted out that I have bingo arms.  What are bingo arms you […]

10 Things You Really Should Try In 2015

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10 Things You Really Should Try In 2015 As the holiday chaos comes to a close, it is common for most to explore and set new goals for the New Year. Some resolutions focus on exercise and weight loss while others strive for breaking old habits.  I believe, however, that goals and resolutions shouldn’t be […]

Neck Pain At Work? Check Out These Top 3 Ways To Reduce It

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Neck Pain At Work? Check Out These Top 3 Ways To Reduce It  It has been reported that, on average, the overall prevalence of neck pain is about 23%, with higher percentages in office jobs. Do you fall into this category? If so here are some simple but effective tips to help you manage this […]

FOTO Tips: Review the Patient Response to the Functional Questions

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FOTO Tips: Review the Patient Response to the Functional Questions During the intake, the patient responded to the functional questions based on their perception of their functional activities. It is important to understand how the patient perceives their functional abilities. Ask the patient what they were thinking about when they responded to the specific question. […]

Have a Valid Patient Start with FOTO

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Have a Valid Patient Start with FOTO Reviewing the patient report is an important step in the process of making sure the starting point at intake is a valid start for the patient. Look at the Primary Measure Score and the FOTO Mean Score on the patient report. If there is a 10-15 point difference […]

7 Health Benefits Of Yoga

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7 Health Benefits Of Yoga Is yoga right for you? The simple answer is YES!  Yoga comes in all shapes, styles, sizes, forms, skill levels, and there are modification for most things that can allow you to participate at the right level for you.  Yoga is supposed to be a personal challenge within yourself and […]

Cross Training Tips In The Winter Months

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Cross Training Tips In The Winter Months Addressing injuries with relative rest, ice, stretching and strengthening during the off season is a great way to fill your extra time during the winter when it is hard to get outside for longer runs.  Taking time to work on muscle imbalances, running mechanics, and cross training during the […]

Tip of the Day – Neutral Spine Sleeping

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Tip of the Day-Neutral Spine Sleeping Posture is important.  Throughout the day we should try to sit upright-pulling the shoulders slightly back, keep chin tucked back, avoid standing with excessive arching in our low back.  When it is time to catch some z’s, posture/alignment is still important.  Here are some tips to keep a neutral […]

On Target Patient Introductions To FOTO Improves Accuracy Of Response

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On Target Patient Introductions To FOTO Improves Accuracy Of Response How often have you used a self-report outcome tool and found the information to be questionable for you as a provider? Even with research validated and reliable tools, such as FOTO, accuracy of response can be a problem. This diminishes the value of the information […]

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 […]

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