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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
   The human body is capable of amazing things. At times, the stresses we put our bodies under can cause injuries or restricted range of motion through things like repetitive stress, sports-related injuries or general wear and tear. As such it is helpful to know the options and therapies that are available to you to help you recover to your strong and able self. We combine traditional treatments with cutting-edge technology to allow you the most innovative and efficient options to supp...
Posted on 2018-04-17
The Painful Truth About Stress   Physical therapy is often associated with those clients who have experienced a horrific physical trauma, like a car accident or an injury at work. While this very much is a part of our services and the rehabilitation process we bring to those we work with every day, it is essential to realize that the stresses your body undergoes do not necessarily just come from catastrophic physical traumas, alone. Physical therapy can also help you get back to “yo...
Posted on 2018-03-06
Hamstrings do a lot of work. They extend all the way from the pelvis to the top of the bones of the lower leg, and are an integral part of our ability to walk, run, jump, and bend our knees and move our hips. Hamstrings are made up of three muscles and their tendons, located at the back of the thigh. Although a hamstring injury can happen to anyone, they are most common among athletes (from rec players all the way up to professionals) and are the most commonly injured muscles for runners. Mus...
Posted on 2017-10-19
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