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With this physical therapy exercise of the month we will focus on hip exercises and how to reduce pain associated with hip injuries. In order to reduce hip pain, it’s important to build strength and flexibility. Hips are large, weight bearing bones that are put under stress each day. Due to this constant stress, hip…

The fall sports season is upon us.  Many students and weekend athletes are excited about the prospects of playing their favorite sport.  Before you jump into action, you may want to visit a physical therapist for ideas on how to reduce your risk of injury or re-injury. Although most athletes return to their sports three…

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month!  To celebrate, we are sharing some little known facts eye care for children and infants. Most parents don’t know that children should have their first eye exam when they’re only 6 months old. “I’ve seen many times where diagnosing and treating an eye disorder early in life meant…

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Movement is one of the primary functions of your body during the day. You move to walk, stand, sit and do a variety of daily activities. It’s what keeps you healthy by preventing diseases such as obesity and heart disease. This is why pain-free movement is vital to our lives. When you deal with recent…

Think it’s too late to “reinvent” yourself? Think again. According to Carolyn Worthington, editor-in-chief of Healthy Aging® Magazine and executive director of Healthy Aging®, “it’s never too late to find a new career, a new sport, passion, or hobby.” Worthington is the creator of September is Healthy Aging® Month, an annual health observance designed to…

If you or a member of your family needs physical therapy to recover from an injury or manage a condition, you need to know how to find a great physical therapist – one who clicks with you. If you have a good relationship with your physical therapist, you’ll feel more motivated to actively participate in…

When your doctor prescribes working with a physical therapist after an injury, surgery or illness, your first question is often how quickly you will recover. Although this depends greatly on the condition being treated, there are many things you can do to speed up your recovery and increase the effectiveness of your physical therapy program….

Since May is “Better Hearing and Speech Month”, we’re focusing on some reasons successful people seek speech therapy. Stuttering Many teens and adults who stutter become anxious simply because they stutter.  They often feel bad about their speech difficulty and experience anxiety, avoidance, low self-esteem and embarrassment. Some stuttering symptoms are obvious to others and…

October is National Physical Therapy Month. A physical therapist is a licensed professional and an expert in the management of the musculoskeletal system. In fact, in most cases, you can see a physical therapist without a referral, and it is very likely that your insurance company will pay for physical therapy services. As 2015 comes…

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