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What Exercises do I Need to do?

What Exercises do I Need to do?

One of the questions I’ve been asked most frequently as a physical therapist is: “what exercises do I need to do?”. There are so many different kinds of exercises, from stretching, cardio, core, resistance, and balance, all the way through to breathing and everything in between. With different names such as Yoga, Pilates, Crossfit, andRead More…

Mythbusters For Back Pain

Mythbusters For Back Pain

Lower back pain affects around 60-90% of individuals during their lifetime. In fact, it is the most common reason people seek medical attention, second only to the common cold. That having been said, what does such a figure cost? In the U.S alone, we spend more money on the management of back pain ($90 billionRead More…

Parental Stress During the Summer Break

Parental Stress During the Summer Break

Finally, the summer break is here. The kids are all excited, but what about you, mom? Do you enjoy your children’s summer break as much as they do, or do you feel overwhelmed by dealing with them 24/7? You are not alone. Inquiries from mothers have been on the increase over the last few weeks:Read More…

Frozen Shoulder, Pain, and the Great Thaw!

Frozen Shoulder, Pain, and the Great Thaw!

This morning was the first time I couldn’t reach my hair to wash. I’ve been struggling for a couple of weeks, but today I had to use my left arm. I’ve been having trouble putting on my shirts. I’ve been waking up more and more each night from the pain. You might have Frozen Shoulder. SinceRead More…

I Don’t Want To Be A Burden To My Children

I Don’t Want To Be A Burden To My Children

From time to time I hear my elderly customers exclaim that they “don’t want to be burdensome to [their] kids”, and no matter how many times I hear this, it always touches my heart. I want to tell you something important: you’ve done more than enough for your kids and you deserve their help. RememberRead More…

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