Learn about your dizziness and how physical therapy can help. Dizziness is one of the most common reasons people seek medical care in the United States. Dizziness can have a variety of causes, some benign and some more serious. Delay in identification and management of dizziness can complicate care and lead to unnecessary medical expenses.…

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Learn the different pushup progressions stages that you can do from home. There is a version for everyone! Did you know that heart disease is the #1 cause of death for Americans?In recognition of #AmericanHeartHealthMonth, we wanted to give you a few tips to keep your heart healthy. There are many things you can do…

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Written by: Devin McLaughlin, PTA Low back pain is one of the most common diagnoses in the US. In addition, low back pain Is caused by various deficits or injuries making it difficult to manage. To help you understand low back pain check out an older blog post we did on the topic. Some common…

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In this post we discuss our Top 3 foam roller exercises that you can do right from home! The foam roller is a popular piece of equipment within rehabilitation settings, personal training settings, and can even be utilized within your own home! Foam rolling is an intervention that has the potential to assist in improving…

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The second class in our series will help if you are feeling tight and sore. We know that sitting most of the day working from home can certainly cause this. Holly provides some great muscle release techniques for you to enjoy. Watch as Holly guides you through a great muscle release class using a foam…

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CoFIT-20 is a series of classes to keep our patients connected and healthy as we move past COVID-19. This video is the first video from a series. In this video, our owner Todd Robbins, takes you through a 16 minute full body workout. This workout requires no weights and anyone can do it form the…

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Low back pain is incredibly common worldwide. “Low back pain is the most burdensome global health condition in terms of disability, and high prevalence.” The Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy The prevalence and severity of back pain raises many questions for healthcare practitioners and patients alike. Perhaps the most pressing question to all…

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