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Category: Aches and Pain

5 Ways to Avoid Joint Pain

September 23rd, 2015

Do you find your joints aching for no apparent reason? Even small aches and pains are your body’s way of telling you something is not working and should not be ignored. According to a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) study, 30% of the people surveyed reported some form of joint pain within a 30 day period. The greatest number

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Steps to less pain and more energy

March 20th, 2015

Do you sometimes feel sluggish, tired, achy, sore or have low energy? It could be that you are suffering from some basic physical problems. If you sit still for long hours in your car, at your job or at home watching TV, you could be hurting your body over time. Without frequent movement, your muscles waste away, joints

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Trigger Points: What’s Causing Your Pain?

February 2nd, 2015

What’s causing your pain? A patient recently came to us complaining of pain that was radiating throughout his arm and limiting his motion. Our therapist Kristy Livingston, who specializes in orthopedic disorders and is a skilled manual therapist, began examining the man and he was surprised when she started working on his shoulder, not his

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Is Pain Stopping You From Getting Back in the Game?

December 24th, 2014

Don’t let pain sideline you! There is nothing more exciting than taking on a new challenge, sport or activity. For most of us, the thrill of accomplishing a physical goal is what we live for. However, are you prepared for it? The term “weekend warrior” means a person who doesn’t really train for what they

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Where Your Pain Is Coming From

October 20th, 2014

If you are suffering from aches or pains, here are some important questions that can help you determine the root cause of the problem: How long have you had your pain? For example, acute low back pain may be from a muscle strain. Chronic low back pain is typical of restricted joints, tight muscle tissue

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Feeling Stiff, Achy? Physical Therapy Helps

September 18th, 2014

Our bodies are made to move and rely on a finely-tuned balance of proper posture, strength, coordination, chemical levels, blood pressure and more. When you don’t move on a consistent basis or experience changes to your health, you may start to feel stiff and achy, especially in the mornings. Poor health, injury, a sedentary lifestyle

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