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MOVE Before You Move

You may read that and think, “How can I move BEFORE I move?”  With many conditions, (especially with acute injuries or chronic arthritis) there is a specific pattern to our pain:  I feel good when I am sitting or still I have pain when I initially go to move and get...

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4 Stretches For Your Back and Shoulders

Spending a lot of time sitting at your desk? Take a movement break! It's important to stand up and move every 30-60 minutes. Here are some simple and easy stretches for your upper back and shoulders: 1. Pec Stretch: Bring your hands to shoulder height while standing...

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Children and Fitness Article

Physical Therapist and CEO, Mike Manzo, was interviewed about his professional opinion on a controversial photo of celebrity, Jessie James Decker's children where they are displaying quite ripped abdominals. He also gives his advice on what kind of activities are...

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Relieving pain: PT & Shockwave Therapy

Do you have pain? Most of us do. It is a pretty normal occurrence in our lives, often brought on by the daily rigors of our being. We sit too long. That’s bad. We stand too long. Also bad. Lay too long. Bad. Lift too much weight. Bad. Don’t lift enough weight. You...

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Reiki Benefits for Multiple Sclerosis

Reiki can offer several benefits to those with Multiple Sclerosis including: 1. Better Immune Function Multiple sclerosis is characterized by problems with immune function. By reducing stress and bringing feelings of calm and well being, Reiki sessions can help...

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3 Tips For Tight Shoulders

Improving Mobility to Reach behind your Back   One of the most difficult motions to restore for the shoulder after injury or surgery is reaching behind your back. Whether you are recovering from impingement, rotator cuff repair or frozen shoulder, it is a tough...

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5 Concussion Myths Debunked

Did you know that 4 million sports concussions occur annually? Playing sports is not the only way a concussion can be sustained. Car accidents, work accidents, and other unlucky occurrences can result in a concussion and the symptoms can often times go undiagnosed....

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5 Tips for Running in cold weather

It's December and winter is upon us! This means temperature drops that many of us runners love after a hot and humid summer or a milf fall, but it also means we need to be adapt and change so we can continue to enjoy our run. Here are few tips to help keep you feeling...

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