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The Importance of Physical Therapy Pre-Surgery                   We often equate physical therapy with the practice of what we do after we have experienced surgery or are recovering from an injury. Indeed, it is well documented how physical therapy post-surgery helps to minimize scar tissues, expedites recovery, and helps you to regain strength and mobility. However, what may be surprising to hear, is tha...
Posted on 2020-04-28
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
            Great workouts are often accompanied by tightness, soreness, and tension in the following days. Delayed onset muscle soreness is no stranger to those who spend time working out or playing their favorite sport. The benefits of foam rolling can help your recovery and get you back to doing your favorite things: whether that be sports, hiking or that can't-miss cardio class. The focused manual pressure of using a foam roll...
Posted on 2018-08-23
      When pain and discomfort are restricting your movements and preventing you from doing the things you love, managing your discomfort becomes a priority. However, with the plethora of options available to help mitigate pain and restricted movements, it can feel overwhelming trying to decide what is the best course of action to take for your personal needs and situation. This month we focus on the option of cold laser therapy to help you get back to doing the thing yo...
Posted on 2018-08-07
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