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Dec 02, 2019
Give the Gift of Health this Holiday Season

The other morning at the bus-stop I asked my three sons what was on their gift list for the upcoming holiday season. After some extensive pondering, I was able to wrangle the following not-so-exciting answers: For my oldest, a pair of ski goggles; for my middle, new socks; and for my youngest, a fuzzy pillow.  […]

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Oct 21, 2019
Top 6 Travel Tips for Older Adults

Summer vacation might be over, but everyone knows the best time to travel is in the fall. Fall brings cooler weather, fewer travelers, and better prices for flights and accommodations. However traveling as an older adult can be daunting, especially if you have joint pain or chronic health conditions. For those with the travel bug, […]

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Oct 04, 2019
Top 10 Running Tips Every PT Wants You to Know

It doesn’t matter what your running experience level is…all you need is motivation to succeed! Following these top 10 running tips (in order is preferred) will help take anyone hoping to start running from the couch to the podium! Top 10 running tips 1. Create a goal! The first step in achieving your running goal […]

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Sep 18, 2019
5 Tips to Kick the Crick in your Neck

Pain is never pleasant, but something about neck pain really seems to be a pain in the neck. We can give our feet and arms a rest if they’re tired or painful, but as long as we are upright our necks are always working hard to keep our head supported and our eyes on our […]

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Aug 20, 2019
7 Tips for Keeping Your Kids Healthy during the Sport Season

It may be hard to hear this, but Fall is just around the corner. This does not only mean back to school, Sunday night football, and pumpkin spice, but as many parents are well aware, the start of school fall sports season. Although traumatic injuries in contact sports seem to be most imminent. The most […]

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Jul 23, 2019
Aging is Not for the Weak: Why aging adults should include plyometrics to their exercise routine.

“Aging is not for the weak” a common phrase for aging adults who feel their joints stiffen and ache, muscles weaken, and find themselves in the doctors office more often than before. Although this phrase may be referring to determination and fortitude despite health obstacles, can we not also apply physical health and strength? What […]

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May 15, 2019
Myth Busters: Do Sports Cause Arthritis?

Many of us have participated in sports throughout our lifespan, playing in high school and college sports, or recreational running/biking. And as we age many have developed knee or hip arthritis and blame the cause on playing those same sports. But can we put the cause only on our previous exercise? If intense activity causes […]

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Apr 18, 2019
Diabetes: What is it and how can I Prevent it?

Unfortunately the prevalence of diabetes is growing in the US, 26 million people in the US have diabetes (8.3%) and of people over 65 years of age, 27% have diabetes. But what is it, can I prevent it and how can I manage it? Read below for answers to these questions. What is it: Diabetes […]

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Apr 01, 2019
The key to finding comfort when your symptoms radiate down your arm / leg

Neck and Back pain isn’t the big problem Have you ever woken up the day after a tough workout and noticed a low-grade ache in what felt like your whole spine? Or how about at the end of a long day where you spent most of it sitting or standing? Yeah me too…just thinking about […]

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Feb 26, 2019
Questions You Never Thought to Ask Regarding Insurance Reimbursement

Can I bill my insurance for reimbursement of my out-of-pocket expenses? This depends on the insurance you have, but in most cases, YES! Most non-Medicare patients can send “self-claims” to their insurance company for treatments provided by an out-of-network provider. Consult your insurance company to ask the following questions: Can I submit claims for reimbursement […]

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