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               Opioids, Pain and Physical Therapy It seems that everyone in the medical community and government is talking about the opioid crisis. It is a big concern not only for the medical community, but also for everyone who suffers from pain and is searching for relief. The problem has reached epidemic proportions prompting the entire health care industry to re-evaluate the need for opioid based prescription medications and to find alter...
Posted on 2018-06-21
Plantar Fasciitis: Getting Out of Bed Doesn’t Have to Hurt. Plantar fasciitis stinks! Those first few steps in the morning can be excruciating. The stabbing pain in your heel and throughout the bottom of your feet can make you feel as though you are walking on broken glass. If you have ever suffered from plantar fasciitis, you know the familiar dread of having to stand up after a good night’s sleep or after sitting for a long period of time. But just when you think y...
Posted on 2018-06-12
          Energize your Body During your Road Trip The freedom of the open road just seems to calls to some of us.  There is something wonderful about jumping into a car knowing the next time you get out you will find yourself in a different city, state or even country.  The anticipation of new experiences, revisiting places where old memories come to life and marveling at sights unimagined is part of why we love our road trips.  We know t...
Posted on 2018-06-01
                       4 Activities Contributing to Your Pain When it comes to pain, sometimes we don’t realize that our everyday activities could be contributing to it.  Whether you are experiencing pain in your back, neck, shoulder, hips or anywhere else, these 4 activities may be making it worse. Driving   Good circulation is needed to heal tissue that may have been damaged and causing pain. Sp...
Posted on 2018-05-01
                  Four Principles of Neck Pain You Should Know Its Common Even though it is difficult to measure, research has suggested the prevalence of neck pain in the general population to be as high as 62%.  It is more common in women than men and it should come as no surprise that it is reported more in persons with mentally and physically stressful career. Its Complicated Appreciating the complexity of neck pain is import...
Posted on 2018-04-20
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