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If you can't bend down to tie your shoes, it may be due to a lack of flexibility, mobility, or balance. Your body is showing the signs, and we can help you understand what you need to improve. Recover your mobility with our tips below and a Miller PT expert to help you. There are so many things we chalk up to 'normal aging' that really do NOT have to be the case — we can help, and it's not nearly such a momentous undertaking as you might think! Just give us a call.  Learning to t...
Posted on 2022-10-01
If you think you’ve earned that hamburger every day after exercising, maybe you should start having second thoughts. Exercising to make up for eating poorly doesn’t really work in terms of lowering mortality risks. Learn the perfect balance by reading below. Remember — we have a supportive nutritionist on staff who can help you with inspiration and guidance — and a plan!! A new study finds that exercising to make up for eating poorly doesn’t really work in term...
Posted on 2022-09-01
If we all want to get the most out of a workout, we can’t forget to fuel the engine — and properly. There are certain foods to eat before working out that will help our bodies prepare for the exertion and get us through the hard work. Learn what to eat, and what not to eat, before exercising by reading the tips below. Questions? We can help.  When it comes to setting yourself up for a good workout, what you eat beforehand can make all the difference. Eat the right foods ...
Posted on 2022-08-02
Teens these days are at an increased risk of unhealthy weight gain, being overweight, and obesity. As a parent, it’s normal to worry about your child’s weight if you think they are making unhealthy food choices and not getting enough physical activity each day. Here you can learn some ways to support your teen — positively — with obesity. Health and social issues related to obesity can lead to low self-esteem for teenagers. The teenager may feel frustrated, angry...
Posted on 2022-07-02
Great news for guacamole lovers: eating at least one avocado each week may lower the risk of developing heart disease, new research suggests. It’s easy and delicious to add avocado to your meals. Learn more about the benefits of this fruit below. (Yes, we said fruit!) The creamy, pale green flesh of an avocado is full of nutrients closely tied to heart health. Now, a long-term study finds that eating at least two servings of this popular fruit per week is linked to a lower ris...
Posted on 2022-06-02
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