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Popping, Clicking, Locking in the Joints?

June 20th, 2018

By: Rachel Herrmann, DPT When you start to have knee pain, you really start to realize how big of a role your knees play in your day-to-day and leisure activities. Going up and down stairs becomes a dreaded part of the day. Getting on and off the floor when playing with your children is no

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Ever have muscle spasms or feel like you’re leaning to one side?

June 20th, 2018

By Cierra Washington, ATC Here’s a riddle for you: What holds your body upright, is made up of a series of irregularly shaped bones, appears to be in a straight line but is also curved when you look at it from the side? The answer: YOUR SPINE! Your spine consists of 33 bones: seven cervical, 12

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Head into Summer without Shoulder Pain!

June 19th, 2018

Memorial Day has passed and pools are open signalling the unofficial start for summer for a lot of folks.  Many children and teens in this area are getting ready to start, if they haven’t already, swim team practices and meets. So it’s timely to talk about shoulder injuries and make sure you and your kids

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Mobility and Stability in the Lower Body

June 18th, 2018

By Alyssa Burke, LPTA Ankle and foot problems are common and can impact people of all ages and activity levels. Conditions in the foot and ankle can vary from fractures to sprains. When these injuries occur, it is often a result of an imbalance in the joint or surrounding soft tissues in your ankle. This

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Travel Plans Coming Up?

June 18th, 2018

Travel plans in the future? Maybe a summer vacation is on the calendar. Trips are always something to look forward to and we want to make sure you get to your final destination without any nagging aches or pains that could get in the way of fully enjoying your time. If you’re planning on driving,

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Difficulty lifting weights, groceries or the kids?

June 14th, 2018

Shoulder pain is a very common problem and can cause a lot of difficulty with many daily activities. People frequently come to physical therapy with different complaints involving the shoulder. The number one complaint: pain in and around the joint that in turn radiates up into the neck or down the arm. Some people also

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Planning to get outside for a walk

June 14th, 2018

By Alyssa Burke, LPTA Walking is a great step to improve bone health and fitness. Springtime is a good time to get outside and be active. What better way to kick the winter blues and enjoy the beautiful spring weather than to go for a walk! Walking is one of the easiest ways to get

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Moving Differently Because of Discomfort?

June 14th, 2018

By Kieran Loving, ATC Core is defined as the central or most important part of something. When it comes to the CORE of the human body what comes to mind?  Most people think a rocking six pack of abs means a strong core! This is a huge misconception. The core of your body actually means

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Do you perform lots of repetitive movements each day?

June 13th, 2018

By Angie Austin, LPTA Shoulder issues like pain and weaknesses are some of the most common reasons people seek help from a physical therapist. The design of the shoulder is a ball and socket joint. The rounded head of the humerus articulates with the cup like depression of the scapula, giving it a wide degree

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Snapping, Clicking, Weakness in the Lower Body

June 12th, 2018

By Xavier Thompson, ATC  Hip pain affects people from all walks of life. Unfortunately, because the hip is a weight bearing joint, most people find difficulty in creating lasting relief for their symptoms. The most common symptoms of hip issues include pain in either the front, side or back of the hip. The pain may

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