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Knee Pain Part 2: The Don’ts of Knee Pain hover background

Dec 02
2019

Knee Pain Part 2: The Don’ts of Knee Pain

While we explored the things you should do if you have knee pain, in Knee Pain Part 1: The Dos of Knee Pain, here we will take a look at the don’ts of knee pain if you are experiencing it. Knowing what to do and what not to do will help you manage this condition. […]

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Dec 02
2019

How To Set Fitness Goals For The New Year

Do you have a difficult time learning how to set fitness goals for the new year that you can stick with? You have an idea in mind of what you want to do, accomplish, or be when the new year rolls around. However, it seems that each year, those goals don’t stick with you all […]

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Nov 05
2019

What Is Ankle Impingement?

Ankle impingement is a condition that can be painful and limiting. It may be caused by an abnormality in the soft-tissue or bone.  Athletes that have experienced ankle sprains are most at risk for developing this condition. It can follow those types of injuries, especially if the person or athlete is involved in repetitive motion […]

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Nov 05
2019

What Is Hip Osteoarthritis?

Hip osteoarthritis is also known as degenerative arthritis of the hip. Osteoarthritis is the most common kind of arthritis. People most at risk for this is the aging population. Hip Osteoarthritis: How Does It Happen? Inflammation and/or injury can cause the cartilage in a joint to break down. Cartilage does not regrow once damaged. Therefore, […]

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Nov 05
2019

Chronic Knee Pain: What To Do About It

Chronic Knee Pain: What To Do About It Knee pain is common. While you can experience it at any age and any stage of life, there is a difference between knee pain that is temporary or caused by a minor injury and knee pain that is chronic and long-lasting.  So how do you know when […]

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Nov 05
2019

Physical Therapy and Diabetes Management

The number of people with diabetes in America is on the rise and so it is important to know about how physical therapy and diabetes management go hand in hand. If you or someone in your family is diabetic or pre-diabetic knowing the options you have available to help manage the disease or prevent it […]

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