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                 Your road to recovery encompasses many different elements.                It’s part rehabilitation, it’s part being mindfully active, it’s part resting. Knowing the best way to treat your body as you come off of an injury or surgery is our specialty. Aside from knowing the different treatments and modalities to assist you during your physi...
Posted on 2019-07-18
Many have learned about the benefits of stretching during childhood. Playing little league is often the first introduction we have to the concept of stretching- however, many forget to implement this practice throughout their lives. If you are one of the few who have maintained a lifestyle that consistently incorporates stretching, first off, good for  you! However, it’s helpful to have a check-in to make sure that you are stretching in the best way possible in order to maintain...
Posted on 2019-06-12
  We are constantly told about the importance of exercise to our longevity and quality of life. However, as we navigate through the busy days of our lives, often it is exercise that gets cut from our daily routines when we get too busy or too tired to fit everything in. Incorporating exercise into our daily routine does not need to be daunting or a cause of stress. For every stage of your life, there are easy to incorporate activities that can help you to stay active and in turn lead you...
Posted on 2019-05-22
For better or for worse, our daily lives are lived online. From banking to socializing, to streaming our favorite TV shows, Americans spend a large part of their day sitting in front of a computer or other electronic device. While the ease of access has expedited the time it takes to do daily tasks, the reality is, sitting in front of a computer screen each day takes a toll on our bodies. Even those who are mindful of the hours spent in front of a screen are still at risk of straining or i...
Posted on 2018-11-19
            Many have heard the aphorism that we hurt the ones we love; however, in our experience, we have found that it is the activities we love that tend to hurt us. Whether it is a nagging soccer injury or recent muscle tension due to overwork at your day job or in your extracurricular endeavors, our goal is to keep you doing the activities you love and help ensure the things you love aren’t preventing you from ...
Posted on 2018-05-21
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