Since the pandemic started, many people have been working from home. While doing so, they have been hunched over their computers all day causing postural issues. This is just one reason why you may have poor posture. Poor posture can cause pain in the neck and back which is one reason why correcting poor posture…

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This pandemic has been hard on all aspects of our lives. Emotionally, psychologically, and it has changed our lifestyles. As a result, have you found it difficult to keep up with a regular workout routine? Did you gain the Covid-19? Below I will show you 3 simple core exercises you can do at home to…

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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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EPAT aka (radial Shockwave therapy) is an FDA approved device that improves your body’s regenerative potential. It is a safe and non-invasive way to treat chronic pain.  Clinical studies have proven it to be safe and effective with virtually no risks, downtime, or side effects. It is a wonderful alternative to expensive shots that don’t really…

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What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel/foot pain. There is a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes called the plantar fascia. Plantar fasciitis is when this band becomes inflamed. (source) It often causes…

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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 Cervical Spine With Physical Therapist Todd Robbins Today I am going to talk about the cervical spine.  Your cervical spine is more commonly known as your neck.  It is the seven bones that hold your head up and allow it to move around.  In between each of these bones is a disc that allows…

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