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Fix Your Posture, Fix Your Rotator Cuff?

Fix Your Posture, Fix Your Rotator Cuff?

How many years did we have to listen to our parents nag us, "sit up straight"? If only we really did listen...we may have prevented some of our issues with our rotator cuff. Posture can greatly affect the pressure on our rotator cuff and good posture can help prevent...

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Tennis Elbow

After our recent talk about Golfer's Elbow, we have to give some attention to it's neighbor, Tennis Elbow. Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is defined by irritation at the tendons that attach to the outside of the elbow. Tennis Elbow seems to be more...

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Golfer’s Elbow

Hopefully the weather will continue to get warmer and we can start to get outside more for our sports and activities. With a bit of a lull in the cold in regards to workouts, returning after a break may lead to some growing pains as you adjust back into things. Muscle...

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When Should I See A Physical Therapist?

One of the most common things we hear in our clinics, "I really should have come in sooner, but I thought it would just go away". So, when is the right amount of time to wait before seeing a physical therapist? Well, I may be biased, but I would see one sooner rather...

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Tips For Thumb Pain

Thumb pain is a very common complaint, especially as we start to get a bit older, but is there anything we can do for it? Hopefully if you are having some thumb pain, you will find some helpful tips in this post. There are a few injuries and problems that can occur at...

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Leave Your IT Band Out Of This!

Several years back, we jumped on the "crush-your-ITB" bandwagon and started foam rolling. We smashed into that until we were blue in the face, and maybe a bit through the IT band well. Now that we have learned more about the IT band and its function, let’s give it a...

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Knee Problems? Think Hip.

The majority of us experience knee pain at some point in our lives. The reasons for flare-ups are diverse and range from the sedentary to the over-active, which is why it affects so many. Common diagnoses that pop up in many offices are patellofemoral pain and...

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New Year, New Feet!

We’re halfway through January and, chances are, your feet have probably not seen much sunlight. Aside from the quick trip out to the car barefoot or in sandals, we largely keep our feet shod (in shoes) during these colder months.  In case you didn’t know, our feet...

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Movement Should Not Hurt

For so many reasons, as humans, we are meant to move around.  We facilitate various processes within our body through movement: circulation, waste removal, and lubrication to name a few.  There is a strong correlation between a person's capacity for movement/activity...

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Finding Physical Balance

Are your work outs enough to keep you healthy? Can’t find the time for it, think your active lifestyle is enough, or believe you are fit as a fiddle? Read on. Finding time for even a brief work out, let alone a complete one, is near impossible for most. It’s...

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I tore my groin very bad playing hockey. I did a lot of research and chose Dr. Anne-Marie Fox for some IMS therapy. I went for 3 applications and the healing ...

- Carter Einhorn
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