Tag Archives: orthopaedics

Exercise and Bone Health

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Bone is living tissue that is constantly undergoing a process called remodeling. In remodeling, cells called osteoclasts are breaking down old bone, as cells called osteoblasts are replacing it with new tissue. Many factors can affect the remodeling process and leave you with bones that are less dense and more fragile. Continue reading

Is Aquatic Therapy For You?

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Aquatic therapy offers an alternative environment for therapeutic exercise. If you have tried traditional Physical Therapy, or have restrictions on your Physical Therapy Program, Aquatic Therapy may be the perfect solution for your Physical Therapy needs. Continue reading

Exercise May Reduce Risk of Low Back Pain

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Low back pain is a common complaint that can last a few days or weeks or become a chronic condition with significant impact on well being. Treatments can vary depending on the cause. Continue reading