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Physical Therapy For Arthritis Pain

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3 Tips To Improve Your Desk Posture

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4 Tips For Getting Back Into an Active Lifestyle and Avoiding Injury

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Deep Tissue Laser Therapy: What It Is and How It Can Help You

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Shoulder Injury & Shoulder Surgery Recovery and Prevention

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Physical Therapy For Arthritis Pain

Arthritis affects millions of Americans daily. There are over 100 different types of arthritic diseases, and some carry more severe symptoms than others. Chances are you or someone you love has been directly impacted by arthritis and the pain that comes along with it. In the United States, 23% of ALL adults have arthritis. That's over 54 million people suffering from daily arthritic pain.  There is hope for people suffering from arthritic pain. Medical advances and treatments have become far more advanced over the past few decades, and we can improve the quality of life for adults suffering from arthritic...

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3 Tips To Improve Your Desk...

I hear these questions often. “How can I improve my posture?” Or “How can I improve my desk posture?” I’ve been hearing them even more frequently since COVID began. The workforce in the United States went from commuting to offices to suddenly working from home, so it's no surprise. The term “home office” should be taken with a grain of salt these days. I’ve treated patients that come in with back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain. When I ask them what they use for a home office setup, the answers are astonishing! Who knew that a bean bag chair...

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4 Tips For Getting Back Into...

After a strange summer that included social distancing, quarantining, and hoarding huge amounts of toilet paper, the last few months in school have taken some getting used to. A less active lifestyle probably included among the adjustments. With a new school year comes more physical engagement. Sports and extracurricular activities have begun, but since late winter, life for most has been far from active. Many people have been spending their days inactive, sedentary, and staring at screens.  Kids’ bodies are not immune to injury. There’s a misconception that they can return directly into intense physical activity without risking injury. Of course,...

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Deep Tissue Laser Therapy: What It...

Deep tissue laser therapy may sound a little bit like science fiction. But in reality, it’s a great tool that can help your body heal and recover fast from all types of injuries. Laser therapy is used to alleviate pain isolated down deep in the muscle tissue — and best of all it has none of the side effects that come with invasive surgery or medications! “How can all this work?” you might be asking yourself. “Lasers helping me with decreasing pain and increasing recovery?”  These are reasonable questions. Lasers have been portrayed in all types of fiction for decades,...

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Go to Bed! The Effects of...

In a previous post, I discussed the 4 stages of sleep and some tips I follow to get a good night's sleep.  In this post, I want to discuss some of the nasty side effects of not getting enough sleep.  But first: why do we even need sleep?  During the day, your body is focused on activities and getting things done. This changes when we sleep. The body gets to rest and the brain “cleans house.”  Scientists have discovered that a whole host of activities occur when the lights go out. The brain starts to sort out all of the...

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Go to Bed! The Four Stages...

Recently I wrote about doing some exercises to stay active since the gyms are closed and we are staying home a lot more.  Several of you wrote back to say thanks for the tip and to tell me what you are doing to stay active. A common theme I heard from several of you was that you are using a Fitbit to track your activity.  Several years ago we went to Orlando for a physical therapy conference. I took the family along so we could also spend a few days at Disney World. I tracked my steps daily and frequently...

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Mindset Resilience: How Tough Are You?

What is resilience and how do you build it? Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. It’s toughness combined with flexibility.  Hundreds of books and blogs have been written on resilience on both what it is and how to build it.  From concentration camp survivors and struggling POWs to those stuck in our recent pandemic, those who have resilience or are able to build it that will not only survive, but thrive.  Let’s look a bit closer at resilience and how it can apply to your health journey both mentally and physically. My Own Experience with Resilience Years...

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The Importance of Drinking Water: The...

We’ve all heard that you're supposed to drink 8 glasses of water a day. But do you know why? And is that really how much water you are supposed to drink? To answer these questions, let’s look at my Uncle Rocky for some insight. The Uncle Rocky Story Years ago, I remember going to my Uncle Rocky’s house. He always had a strange assortment of jokes and gags laying around his house.  One thing in particular was an old man's face hanging on his wall. The old man had a little red tie that you could pull on and then...

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Desk Exercises to Get You Moving

We’ve talked a lot about Kaizen and how you can use small actions to lead up to big & impactful changes. If you’re wanting to be more active during this time of mostly inactivity and sitting at home watching Tiger King on Netflix or spending 8 hours per day in your home office,  (By the way, I have only heard about the Tiger King and all I can say is that it sounds... interesting).  So, how do we add some activity to our lives? Let’s answer that question in this post. Reduce Sedentary Activities One way to improve your activity...

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The Kaizen Method: Improve Your Process...

One of the most influential books that I read in 2019 was, “One Small Step Can Change Your Life” by Robert Maurer Ph.D. A good majority of the book talks about “Kaizen.” Kaizen is defined as using very small comfortable steps to improve a habit, a process, or product. Essentially, Kaizen encourages you to use very small moments to inspire new products and inventions.  Let’s look a bit deeper at what Kaizen is and how it can help you reach your goals. Why Kaizen? After reading Dr. Maurer’s book, I made Kaizen my word of the year for 2020 to...

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