30 Sep

4 ways your physical therapist can help you

Are you having difficulty moving around, do you feel weak or a nagging pain that comes and goes? Whatever the problem may be, it might be time to see a physical therapist. The most common reason people see a physical therapist for pain or an injury that hinders their ability to move and exercise normally […]

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27 Sep

6 reasons you don’t get any results from your work-out

You all have visited your physical therapist to treat problems and conditions ranging from sprains and strains to sports injuries, or even headaches, acute and chronic pains.  Whatever your condition may have been your physical therapist attended to it with special care and personalized treatment for the best results. The bottom line is that for […]

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24 Sep

4 signs you may have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

What it is The carpal tunnel is also known as the median nerve which runs the length of your arm, goes through a narrow  passage in your wrist (a tube) called the carpal tunnel, and ends in your hand, on the palm side of tour wrist. The carpal tunnel syndrome condition is caused by increased […]

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19 Sep

Does osteoporosis affect only women?

Osteoporosis is also known as the “silent disease” because one can’t feel bones weakening, until it makes its first signs. Osteoporosis occurs when the creation of new bone doesn’t keep up with the loss of old bone. When young, our body makes new bone faster than it breaks down old bone and our bone mass […]

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12 Sep

Why walking is the number ONE exercise for everyone.

It has all the convenience one can ask for, so there is no excuse for not walking.  Everyone can go for a walk, old and young, at any time during the day or even night, rain or shine. Nothing can stop you from enjoying a good walk and its benefits. What’s more no expensive equipment […]

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06 Sep

6 Tips to beat neck pain

Do you often complain of neck pain? If the answer is ‘Yes’, then most likely your poor posture is the main cause. Either your cell phone or sedentary work habits add more strain to your neck muscles. Our body is designed to stand upright, but in the modern and technologically advanced society we live in, […]

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