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Maybe "toe yoga" can help

With sandal and barefoot weather approaching, it is the perfect time to ask yourself if your feet are fit. Have you had foot pain, plantar fasciitis, or even knee pain? If so, you most likely have weak feet. We all tend to spend time at the gym working on our core, legs, biceps, etc., but not many people spend time strengthening their feet...

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Resolve to take care of you

Almost everyone has some sort of health goals. Many people join a gym to start toward their goals, but is this the best step? Here is a little data: 67 percent of people don’t use their gym memberships and the average monthly cost of membership is $57 ($684 annually, which is expensive if you are not using it). You also don’t receive...

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Being physically active and improving your pain can decrease stress levels and make holidays more enjoyable

We all have aches and pains that we live with every day, but sometimes they worsen beyond a mild aggravation—especially during the holidays when our stress increases. Being physically active and improving your pain can decrease stress levels and make holidays more enjoyable. Through stretching, strengthening, cardio and manual therapy...

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Dry needling for pain relief

The next big thing in physical therapy and pain management actually is something that has been around for decades and shares some similarities to acupuncture, which has origins that trace back thousands of years. Dry needling is a highly effective treatment for individuals suffering from chronic muscle soreness or pain. From treating sports...

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How to have an injury-free outdoor season

The temperature is heating up (finally!) and summertime activities abound outdoors. Here are some tips to help you stay injury free. And if you already overdid it on those first couple of warm days, there are steps you can take to get back to doing what you like to do all summer long. When walking, running, cycling or hiking, you should be...

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