Category: Pain & Inflammation

Dealing With Pain and Inflammation Mar5th 2021

Dealing With Pain and Inflammation? Here’s How Eating Healthy Can Help.

A Proper Diet Could Be Your Key to a Pain Free Life Maintaining a healthy diet plays a vital part to any physical therapy routine. Proper nutrition is important, especially if you deal with chronic inflammation and pain. Eating the right foods can help your body recover from many different painful conditions. Reducing stress, eating

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Improve Your Health, Strength, and Physical Activity with These 4 Simple Tips! Jan15th 2021

Improve Your Health, Strength, and Physical Activity with These 4 Simple Tips!

It’s not always easy to be active. We’ve all been there – letting the dumbbells collect dust in the garage, throwing the yoga mat in the storage closet, constantly walking by the running shoes without a second glance. However, once you get in the habit of being habit, it becomes much easier. With these 4

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arthritis pain Jul15th 2020

Physical Therapy: Treating Arthritis the Safe and Easy Way

Anyone living with arthritis knows how debilitating it can be. Several people dealing with arthritic aches and pains end up resorting to steroid injections, antirheumatic drugs, or even joint replacement surgery, in order to manage their pain. However, physical therapy itself has proven successful for many arthritis sufferers. Before turning to potentially harmful drugs or

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nutrition Jun5th 2020

How Does Nutrition Help Relieve Pain and Inflammation?

Are you living with chronic pain or inflammation? If so, there may be a simple solution for you: changing your eating habits. Proper nutrition can play an important role in managing your discomfort. Many people live with chronic pains every day, unaware that simply eating the right foods can actually help them find relief. Maintaining

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Five Weeks Sep4th 2018

Pain-free After Five Weeks

“I have been dealing with a serious Achilles tendon problem for over 3 years. Every time I hiked more than a mile or so, I would spend the next few days limping around in pain. A doctor had previously tried to solve my problem with orthotics. Eventually, he suggested physical therapy. At this point, I

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