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I’ve been referred to physical therapy.  Now what? You just left the doctor’s office with a script in hand to see a physical therapist for an injury or illness that’s preventing you from moving properly. Even though the physician shared some background information on the services, you have never been to physical therapy before and don’t know it all works. What’s the next step? Select a Physical Therapist.  Deciding where to go for physical therapy can be...
Posted on 2017-12-06
Strategies To Prevent Knee PainDo you occasionally suffer from knee pain that disrupts your ability to engage in regular physical activity? There are a number of factors that may contribute to your pain and increase your risk of experiencing a knee injury. Learn more about beneficial strategies that can help prevent knee injuries in this month’s featured article.   Read More LIVE WELL An Introduction To Running Running is a great way to get the lower body into top condi...
Posted on 2017-08-08
  Hiking For HealthRegular physical activity is good for your health and can lengthen your life; the problem is that most of us aren’t getting enough of it. The good news is that exercise doesn’t have to be boring - hiking is a great way to meet the recommended physical activity guidelines, and as a bonus, you get to enjoy the beauty of nature.   Read More   If you play lacrosse you’re likely well aware of the bumps and bruises and other serious injur...
Posted on 2017-06-05
Most of us watching the Olympics in Rio have been asking ourselves the question- “What are those marks on Michael Phelps back?” Similar questions were also brought up in London when Kerri Walsh-Jennings came out with this new flashy tape on her shoulder. While most of these questions in social media have been answered I think that it is more important to bring our focus back to what is going on “behind the surface” with these techniques and where our Olympians truly fin...
Posted on 2016-08-29
. “Are Olympic athletes in good hands with sports physiotherapists?”. In the height of enthusiasm for the summer Olympic games, comes injury and disappointment for some top athletes. Many of these athletes will seek treatment from a sports physiotherapist or physical therapist to be able to continue their competition. The role of these medical practitioners is not only to treat the pain and injury, but also to support the athlete in a way that he or she may continue to compete at a...
Posted on 2016-08-19
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