mobility

Chances are you’ve seen an Instagram account or two (or ten) promoting mobility challenges.  These include exercises that require motion at many joints to perform correctly. So you’re probably thinking, I can stretch for 5 minutes and then try this exercise again with a better result. By doing this, you might not see the results…

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Physical therapy is a well-known and popular profession, but a lot of people don’t fully understand what these healthcare professionals do – and don’t do. We want to dispel some common months about the field of physical therapy to help paint a better picture of what this amazing profession is all about. Anyone can do…

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What is “prehab”? What do you think of when you hear “physical therapy”? Probably a place you go after you get an injury, right? The term “rehab” probably comes to mind. Well, that’s certainly part of it, but it isn’t the whole picture. A major movement in the physical therapy world right now – and…

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Humans are supposed to move – we aren’t meant to be sedentary and motionless, but most of our jobs keep us sitting all day long. And to top it off, we’re typically commuting sitting down in our cars for an extended period of time. And, we’re so tired when we get home from work, we…

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Have you ever heard of the acefirst ribae? Mysterious and sometimes mistaken for other injuries, oftentimes limitation in the end ranges of shoulder flexion and neck pain have much to do with this small, but complex bone. The first rib is often mistakenly attributed to a knot in the lower neck or upper back. However-…

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