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How Mindfulness and Meditation Can Improve Your Health and Well-being

Living Well with Stress and Pain: How Mindfulness and Meditation Can Improve Your Health and Well-being        When you think of the word “stress,” how does it make you feel? Like many, you may associate stress with negative feelings and emotions like anxiety, worry, fear or frustration. However, these negative feelings and emotions […]

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Match Point: Improve your Tennis Game and Reduce Risk of Injury!

Match Point: Staying in the gamePart one in a series Attention Tennis Players:Do you want to play at the top of your game and avoid injury?Tennis requires strength, endurance, power, flexibility, speed, control and balance. In order to play your best, you need practice, technique coaching and a conditioning program so your body can meet […]

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Telehealth: A therapist’s perspective

Changing Your Perspective Change can be a difficult thing for many people, but it is something that is always happening in life. Sometimes we choose the change that happens in our life, sometimes it chooses us. Most people would likely agree that COVID-19 has forced a change for nearly everyone in the world. And with […]

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Connect and Thrive with Telehealth Physical Therapy

Connect and Thrive with Telehealth Physical TherapyHow many times have you used technology in the past month to communicate with loved ones, co-workers or others in the outside world? Now, take yourself back in time 20-30 years and your answer to this question would likely have been very different. In this day and age, it […]

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Are you a New Year’s Resolution Newbie, Master or Flunkee?

Are You a New Year’s Resolution Newbie, Master or Flunkee? Turning the page on the new year is a chance to wipe the slate clean—and to be better versions of ourselves. And when it comes to what we want to improve, goals that fall in the health and wellness arena top all other New Year’s […]

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Do You Know Your Movement Vital Signs?

Do You Know Your Movement Vital Signs? Most people think of heart rate or blood pressure when they think of vital signs. It is common to use numbers to quantify health and risk of disease. The American Heart Association encourages people to “know their numbers” referring to blood pressure, blood cholesterol, blood glucose, and weight. […]

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Take Home Tips for Understanding and Managing Your Pain

Hurt Does Not Equal Harm: Take-Home Tips for Understanding and Managing Your Pain Pain is a common experience shared by all human beings. It’s the body’s natural alarm system which is produced by the brain and occurs in response to a perceived threat. This means that pain is not only normal, but necessary for survival. […]

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“You are what you eat!” Nutrition and Injury Recovery

We have all heard it… “You are what you eat.” But did you ever realize that what you eat can actually affect your body’s ability to heal after an injury? Your body has a natural recovery system with a set timeline as to how long it takes for certain tissues to heal. Without even knowing […]

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Choosing Physical Therapy over Opiates for Pain Management

Choosing Physical Therapy over Opiates for Pain Management 116 million Americans suffer from chronic pain1. Historically, opioids were thought to be a safe and effective way to manage acute and chronic pain. However, more recently, we have become more aware of the serious consequences that have evolved from overutilization of these drugs. Potential side effects […]

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Pilates and Rehab a perfect match!

“Change happens through movement and Movement Heals” Joseph Pilates and the Pilates Method What is Pilates? Pilates method was originally created in the early 1900s as a series of exercises based on connecting the body, mind and spirit. Joseph Pilates designed this comprehensive program with focus on elongating and strengthening the body, using specific movements […]

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