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Remind Yourself To Create Space

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Remind Yourself To Create Space Standing on the sidelines of soccer games, I frequently hear the coaches instruct the players to create space. I didn’t grow up playing soccer, but quickly learned the coaches wanted the players to create and allow room around them when they had the ball to create more options of how […]

6 Must Know Ergonomics Tips For Your Desk

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6 Must Know Ergonomics Tips For Your Desk Tips from the Prose – Ergonomics for your desk Are you like many people – sit at a desk and work at a computer?  Often times, the patients I see for neck and upper back pain have this kind of work environment and they complain that this […]

Hi, My Name Is (Insert Your Name Here) And I Am A Sugarholic

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Hi, My Name Is (Insert Your Name Here) And I Am A Sugarholic The problem with sugar is honestly not sugar itself, but the quantity in which it’s being consumed. Over the last few decades our consumption of sugar has skyrocketed to “nearly 130 pounds of added sugars per person, per year,” which is 1/3 […]

4 Simple Tips On How To Find Proper Running Shoes

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4 Simple Tips On How To Find Proper Running Shoes Here 4 simple tips in finding proper running shoes that I give to my patients: 1. Most importantly, the shoe must be comfortable.  I don’t care if someone said you need brand such and such.  If you put that shoe on your foot and it […]

Tips From ‘The Prose’: From Fall Prevention To Athletics, One Simple Exercise

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From Fall Prevention To Athletics, One Simple Exercise One simple exercise I give just about every patient I see in the clinic is balance. Simply standing on one foot can improve so many areas of a persons life.  If you are finding you are feeling a bit unsteady as you are standing and walking, stand […]

Tips And Advice For My Henry Sibley Seniors & For All Seniors

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Tips And Advice For My Henry Sibley Seniors & For All Seniors Saying goodbye at the end of the year is always tough. Saying goodbye to the seniors often leaves me in tears (I am a big softy). This year I say goodbye to a group of seniors that have been around for my whole […]

The Reactive Sling Shot: Stepping Up Your Workout

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The Reactive Sling Shot: Stepping Up Your Workout My fiancé and I have tried to adopt a healthier lifestyle this past year, so we have been active members at our local gym. Tony has been big into the power lifts, wanting to gain strength and muscle mass. He has done a lot of different research […]

Tips From ‘The Prose’: 4 Simple Theraband Exercises

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Tips From ‘The Prose’: Theraband Exercises Theraband is a piece of exercise “equipment” PT’s often use in the clinic with their patients to help build strength. It comes in a variety of colors depending of the amount of resistance you need or desire. But outside of the PT clinic, Theraband can be a great tool […]

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