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What Can I do for a Frozen Shoulder? There are times when shoulders simply freeze. The causes can be chalked up to something as mundane as staying in a position too long, or to more common health conditions like hypo...
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Is Knee Pain Slowing You Down? A very common injury that we see at Performance Rehabilitation & Regenerative Medicine is “jumper’s knee” or patellar tendonitis, an injury to the tendon connecting the kneecap (patella) to the shinbone. This injury usually...
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Should I See a Doctor or Chiropractor for Back Pain? Whether it was caused by tension from sitting at a desk all day, an injury that occurred from an accident or fall, or an underlying medical condition, most of us...
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Preventing Injury During the Winter Winter is here! This means the temperature is dropping and the snow will be falling. Unfortunately, this also means an increased risk of injury. Warming up before strenuous activity has always been a staple of...
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A Physical Therapists Guide to Lower Body Hockey Injuries While warms ups and cool downs help prevent injuries, it’s what you do in between the hockey games and practice that is equally if not more important. In every sport, it...
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It’s humid and hot, but it’s also sunny. You might not want to run outside because of the heat and humidity, but you also want to enjoy the sun. So, hit the pool! “Aquacise” (water exercise) can be therapeutic while...
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These days, chances are you know someone who has tried acupuncture. You might be skeptical and wonder how it works and what conditions can help? Our acupuncturist Aaron is well versed in many different acupuncture techniques. One that we would...
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It’s no secret that back pain is a pretty common thing. We all deal with it at some point in our life and some more than others. But what do you do when back pain becomes a crippling chronic condition?...
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Most people know and understand the importance of exercising, but what about resting? Taking rest days during an exercise program is an essential part of muscular growth and gains. When the body is put under immense stress during your workout,...
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Shin Splints. Did you cringe when you read those words? If you did, then you know how annoying and frustrating they are.   Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), also referred to as shin splints, is caused by excessive stress to...
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