A Detailed Look: Swimmer’s Shoulder

September 18, 2017 Patient Education 0

Swimmer’s Shoulder is a feared phrase amongst swimmers. Because of the high volume of arm rotations required in intense swimming sessions, especially in competitive settings, swimmer’s are at high risk for shoulder problems – a…Read More

Staying Active with Water Aerobics

September 5, 2017 Patient Education 0

Water aerobics are an increasingly popular method of exercise as more people see that they are an often more effective, and safer alternative to the machines at your local gym. In December of 2013, J…Read More

Getting into the Spin of Things with Cycling

August 21, 2017 Patient Education 0

Cycling is a great activity to either maintain your health or work on striving towards a better you. As fitness becomes an increasingly normal part of life, figuring out how you are going to engage…Read More

Low Impact Sports and How to Keep Moving

August 7, 2017 Uncategorized 0

One of the biggest problems for most people when it comes to exercise and playing sports is that it can quickly become too hard on the joints to maintain that level of activity. This is…Read More

Your Purse and Shoulder Pain

July 24, 2017 Patient Education 0

Have you been experiencing shoulder and back pain recently? What’s in your purse? For many women, purses serve as a catch all. Everything you could ever need is in your purse: books, gym clothes, make…Read More

Bad Knees: What You Can Do When You Can’t Help the Cards You’ve Been Dealt

July 10, 2017 Patient Education 0

Whether it is you or someone you care about, almost everyone knows at least one person who has to live with bad knees. Chronic knee pain or repetitive knee injuries can quickly take a heavy…Read More

A Detailed Look: Declining Bone Health & Osteoporosis

June 26, 2017 Patient Education 0

Osteoporosis occurs when bone density decreases, resulting in more porous bone than would otherwise be the case, which means that the bones are more fragile and more easily broken. This may be the result of…Read More

Excessive Sitting & Back Pain

June 12, 2017 Patient Education 0

In today’s modern world, the majority of us do a lot more sitting than standing or moving around. On average, the American adult spends about 10 hours per day seated. This can be working a…Read More

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