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Avoid Winter Injuries With a Strong Core
Safe Lifting This Holiday Season
Pain is Scary but PT is Not!
What Causes Falls?
Safely Getting Back into School Sports
Fixing Plantar Fasciitis
8 Tips for a Bike Ride
Living With Arthritis
Choosing PT for Chronic Pain
5 Reasons Cross Training is Important
FOOSH (Fall on Out Stretched Hand)
8 Signs That You May Need PT
Avoiding Holiday Injuries
Direct Access to Physical Therapy
Top 5 Reasons Why You Need PT
Aerobic Activity – What Counts
Care for Minor Sprains and Strains
Summer Safety Injury Prevention
Getting the Most Out of Your Sleep
Gardening & Injury Prevention
Occupational vs. Physical Therapists
Athletes Should Avoid Overtraining.
Is Your Phone Giving you Neck Pain?
Starting a New Exercise Routine.
Coping with Holiday Stress
Prehab for Total Knee Replacements
Physical Therapy Month
Preventing Falls in the Home
What We Know About Concussions
Are you Drinking Enough Water
Dealing with Sciatica Nerve Pain
PT can Replace Opioids for Back Pain
Fall Prevention Tips for the Home
Joint Protection for Hands with Arthritis
Dressing for Cold Weather
Hip Replacement Home Prep
My Back Hurts
Celebrating Physical Therapy!
Fall Prevention for Seniors
School Sports Injuries
Hot Weather Exercise Tips
PT for Dizziness and Vertigo
Rheumatoid vs. Osteoarthritis
Sleep Compfortably with Proper Posture
Exercising to Low Blood Pressure
Heat vs. Ice
PT for patients with Low Back Pain
Keeping Your Family Active
Back to School (Backpacks)
Sports Injury Warning Signs
Healthy Ergonomic Workstation Design
Running Pain? Check your Shoes.
Sport Specialization is Starting Too Early
PT Following a Total Knee Replacement
Poor Posture a Major Culprit in Neck Pain