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Miller Physical Therapy - Our Healthy Living (Thriving!) Blog

                 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
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
2016 is within sight, and we want to encourage you to look ahead to a healthier, more active lifestyle, whether you’re currently active or not. There’s always room for improvement and when it comes to your quality of life there’s no reason not to aim high! We see many clients who are recovering from surgery or an injury (or surgery following an injury) but even if you don’t fall into those categories your lifestyle can improve. Chronic pain is at the top of the list...
Posted on 2015-12-29
  AVDA (Aid to Victims of Domestic Violence) A Community of Hope is an amazing organization that we have supported wholeheartedly for years.  AVDA’s mission is big:  to promote violence-free relationships and social change by offering alternative choices to end violence and domestic abuse.  Services include a 24 hour crisis hotline, emergency and transitional housing, advocacy, and counseling and support to all victims of domestic violence.  Educational community ...
Posted on 2015-10-02
Voyage, travel, and change of place impart vigor.  Seneca The Miller family has three kinds of family vacations:  active, active and active.   I’m sure that’s no surprise, considering my vocation and dedication to healthy living.  What may be a surprise is that, even though we’re Floridians, snow sports are a family favorite. We recently had a great time in Vermont enjoying the novel sensation of snowy weather, bundling up like Ralphie’s little bro...
Posted on 2015-05-02