Even Superheroes need help sometimes – Pelvic PT for Moms

It’s fair to say that Moms are the true superheroes…They take care of everyone in the family from the furry ones, the toddlers, the college kids, and their partners. So this article is for those awesome moms, who deserve that TLC-self care-me time!   No matter how old your kids are, if you have given birth, … Read more

Hypersensitivity After a Hand Injury

If you are not tolerating the feel of your sleeve touching your arm, the pressure of water in the shower or even the thought of using your hand after an arm injury, then you have developed some hypersensitivity. Hypersensitivity or “allodynia” is when you feel discomfort in response to stimulation that isn’t normally noxious. Why … Read more

Making SMART Goals

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Dreams are important but they’re not the same as goals. Goals (when written well), like dreams, are aspirational – but they’re also more specific. While a dream may be the roof of a building, goals are the steps and landings of the stairwell. For example, if your goal is to run a marathon, your goal … Read more

Gliding for Nerve Injuries in the Arm

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How are the nerves affected in an elbow, wrist, or hand injury? Sensory nerves transmit signals from our arm to the brain, processing that information and triggering reactions in our body. Motor nerves transmit signals from the brain to the muscles for movement. This circuitry allows our body to send signals of vibration, touch, pain, … Read more

10 SAFETY TIPS WHEN MOVING

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Moving, sure it can be a real “PAIN”, but here are some tips to avoid it becoming PAINFUL. Take your time, get organized, and use all available help to avoid stress and injuries. 1. Get Rid of the Bulk The less stuff you have, the less you will have to worry about packing up and … Read more

5 Tips For Transitioning Back To Your Office Workstation

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With life beginning to normalize, many professionals are leaving the comfort of their homes (and pajamas) and heading back into the office for full-time work. As we adjust to our new (old) work environments, we must keep the health and safety of our bodies in front of mind to avoid acute and overuse injuries. Below … Read more

The Importance of Nutrition and How it Aids in Recovery

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Oftentimes, when injuries occur, we automatically apply the R.I.C.E method: Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. This, combined with physical therapy, is great for managing injuries in many situations and therefore has been used for years upon years. But what if I told you this method was missing one very important aspect of injury recovery? Today … Read more

Using Physical Therapy to Prevent Injury and Illness

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It is estimated that only 25% of Americans meet the CDC minimum recommendations for daily physical activity. Further, around 80% of Americans are overweight, and 40% are obese. It is time America focuses on health – and we know just the people who can help! Physical activity has a well-known and impressive list of benefits. … Read more