3 Things You Can Do To Stop Summer From Passing You By…

Is summer flying by quicker than you’d like? It’s always hard to look back at the season and feel the regret of not having accomplished what you had planned. However, summer should be a time of fun and relaxation. Vacations, family visits and projects you’ve been meaning to finish may take up most of your…

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The Top 5 Most Common Sports Injuries

We are all urged to get plenty of exercise. Many, young and old, get plenty, and that’s a good thing. Individual and team sports are great ways to stay in shape and are a lot of fun. Unfortunately, participation in sports means an increased risk for injuries. Here are the top 5 common sports related…

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Mask The Pain With Medicine Or Get Long Term Relief From PT?

I want to share a quick personal story with you You may or may not know that I, myself, am not a physical therapist. I have employed them for 10 years, but I am actually a speech therapist. The funny thing is that despite working with them for so many years, I have never had physical…

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Tips To Make Working In Your Yard Less Painful

It’s summer time and a lot of you are spending a good deal of time working in your yard. If you chronic back pain or that nagging neck and shoulder pain, this might be a little hard for you. I want to give you a few suggestions to make yard work easier on you this…

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Getting Comfortable At Work With Back Or Neck Pain

One of the most common questions asked from people who are having back and neck pain is, “how can they make themselves comfortable at work?” Most of us spend all day at a desk. in front of a computer, in a chair supplied by someone who wasn’t thinking of us when they picked them out.…

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Modern Methods Of Transportation Have Delayed Children’s Average Walking Age

Due to our busy lifestyles, babies are often carted from one spot to another throughout the day. The baby equipment industry has responded by developing more convenient methods of transportation for our little ones. As a result, children’s motor development has actually changed over the last few decades, delaying the average walking age. Babies who…

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5 Ways To Encourage Your Child’s Language Development

Get up close and personal Get down at your child’s level. Face to face to where your child can see you. Your child should be able to see your mouth moving, watch your facial expressions and make eye contact. Don’t stand over your child looking down at him or her while they are playing nor be…

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Christmas Toys For Children Recommended By Our Pediatric Physical Therapist

Every year as Christmas rolls around we get asked for ideas on Christmas gifts by the parents of children we work with. Each therapist has their favorites and we freely pass it along, but we have never compiled it in a formal list, until now! What follows is a list of toys recommended by our…

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Getting Back To Crossfit Following An Injury

As with any other sport, crossfit has its share of risks. Anytime you perform complicated movements of putting heavy weight over your head, there is a possibility for injury. No one at our clinic will tell you that you are at greater risk for injury because you do crossfit. Jogging, tennis, football all have their…

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Is Your Back Keeping You From Enjoying The Game?

As we reach the last weeks of summer there’s an excitement in the air that can only come from the start of pre-season football, and the expectations of a new season. Along with picking our fantasy teams and filling up on our favorite snacks as we meet up with friends to tailgate, nothing beats the…

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