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Soft Tissue Mobilization Therapy

Muscle strains can be painful and cause swelling, loss of range of motion, and more. The deep pressure of soft tissue mobilization can release muscle…

Gait Therapy

Gait training, or walking therapy, can help those who have sustained an injury or individuals with a medical condition that affects their balance. By practicing…

Fall Prevention Education

Fall prevention education is a vital part of keeping people of all ages safe. Falling can cause serious injuries and the risks are higher for…

What Causes Chronic Muscle Strains?

Muscle strains put a damper on not just your workout regiment but also your daily life. Muscle strains are the most common form of injury…

Balance Training

Balance plays an important role in maintaining good health. Balance can help with mobility for everyday functions and even with your overall center of gravity.

How Exercise Can Help Prevent Dementia

About 6.2 million people across the United States suffer from Alzheimer’s. That’s one in every nine people who are older than 65 years old. It’s…

Neuron Muscular Re-Education

Neuron muscular re-education, also called neuromuscular re-education, is a physical therapy technique that seeks to retrain your body or a part of your body to…

Best Pelvic Floor Exercises

The pelvic floor muscles help to support the bowels and bladder in both men and women. In women, they also help to support the uterus,…

What Can Cause Neck Pain?

Neck pain is an incredibly common ailment in America, affecting about one in three people at least once a year. Recurring neck pain may be…

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