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Your Guide to Flexibility and Mobility Training

Why is Flexibility so important to add to your exercise routine?  Flexibility involves your muscle length and joint range. It refers to your ability to move a single joint or series of joints smoothly, easily through unrestricted and pain-free motion.  What are different types of flexibility exercises?  Ballistic, bouncing  Dynamic  Static  Active static and passive …

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Women’s Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Are you experiencing urinary or bowel incontinence, sexual dysfunction, or pelvic pain? Although these symptoms are difficult to discuss with healthcare professionals, they are quite common in women, especially after pregnancy. Many women ignore these symptoms as part of pregnancy and assume they will improve over time. If these symptoms last for more than six …

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How many times have you been told: “Just stop lifting?” or “Just rest it!”

Instead of simply not lifting, try some modifications to your exercise routine.  🏋🏽‍♀️ Adjust the lifts that are causing pain by: ➡️ Diversifying your tempo during your concentric and eccentric loading. ➡️ Decreasing your range of motion or try a different foot or arm positioning. ➡️ Varying your load and volume throughout your exercise routine. …

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How do you know whether you should try physical therapy?

How do you know whether you should try physical therapy?  Physical Therapists are experts of body movement. This includes your musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular, pulmonary, and integumentary systems.  Do you have impairments with your musculoskeletal system?  Pain  Muscle Weakness Decreased muscular endurance  Limited range of motion due to:  Restriction of the joint capsule  Decreased muscle length  …

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Why the Root Issue of Your Injury Is Not Coming from the Area That is Painful: 

Let’s say you are experiencing knee pain. Typically, patients come to our clinic and say something like, “well, I tried these YouTube exercise videos for my knee, and they didn’t really help.”  The reason for this is because the knee is usually at the mercy of what the ankle and the hip are “telling it …

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