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Pro Tips For Your First Physical Therapy Appointment

Navigating the medical system is challenging. Insurance information, paperwork, and spending one-on-one time with the therapist are enough to put you into information overload. Not quite sure what to expect at your first physical therapy appointment? Don’t worry! This article is a gold mine of information and tips that patients have asked me over the …

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Foam Rolling For Posture {7 Step-By-Step Exercises}

Lengthy hours on a computer plus bad posture at your desk equals a recipe for aches and pains. Even our downtime has a substantial screen-time component to it. (Hello, social media scrolling!) Hours upon hours of poor posture can take a toll on your body. Wondering what you can do to counteract technology-related discomfort? This …

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How To Spot Bad Fitness Advice Online

Nowadays, health and fitness “advice” seems to be everywhere. While there is a lot of high-quality information you can access, there’s also a lot of crap. This is especially true on social media. Influencers and consultants prey on people, especially when the traditional health system has failed them and they’re left searching for their own …

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