Category: Physical health

Don't Let Stress-Related Headaches Control Your Day. PT May Help Jun12th 2021

Don’t Let Stress-Related Headaches Control Your Day. Physical Therapy May Help

Headaches affect the lives of millions of people every year. There are several different kinds of headaches, including sinus headaches, hormone headaches, and migraines. Did you know that different types of stress can also play a role in causing headaches? It’s unfortunate but true. In fact, stress-related headaches are considered one of the most common

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Are You Relying on Opioids for Pain Relief? Physical Therapy is a Much Better Option. Jun3rd 2021

Are You Relying on Opioids for Pain Relief? Physical Therapy is a Much Better Option.

Nobody likes to live their life in constant pain. Many of us are quick to grab the fastest form of pain relief available to us, even if it presents a possibility of harmful side effects in the future. Thankfully, there’s a better option to pain management: physical therapy. Physical therapy can help you control your

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chronic back pain May25th 2021

A Physical Therapist’s Perspective on Chronic Back Pain

Out of all the conditions we diagnose and treat at our physical therapy clinic, chronic low back pain is one of the most common. We spend a lot of time educating our patients and their loved ones about this broad health condition—including why it happens and how to avoid it. Because here’s the thing a

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6 Things In Your Diet That May Be Causing You Pain May20th 2021

6 Things In Your Diet That May Be Causing You Pain

We are what we eat, plain and simple. There’s no argument about it! Some people eat to live, others live to eat – and still others are feeding their chronic aches and pains without even realizing it. If your pain issues have gotten steadily worse, maybe you need to look at your nutritional choices. What

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Mar20th 2021

Aches and Pains Keeping You From Enjoying Your Mornings? Physical Therapy Can Help!

Let’s face it, some of us just aren’t morning people. The reason for that varies — sometimes you just want a little extra shut-eye, and other times, it’s because morning presents aches and pains to you that you’d rather avoid. Do you leap out of bed excited at the thought of experiencing another morning –

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