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                     A Balancing Act: 3 Unexpected Benefits of Balance It is unlikely that you spend most of your day thinking about your balance. Most people don’t sit around the dinner table with their families discussing how good their balance was today while walking around the office. It’s just not something that comes to mind. Since balance isn’t a priority in our thoughts or conversations, most people al...
Posted on 2018-07-26
Maria worked hard as housekeeper at a local hotel. Housekeeping, as it turns out, was not an easy job. She would spend hours on her feet with no breaks as she walked from room to room making sure that everything was perfect for the next guest. Lifting a heavy vacuum cleaner over and over, scrubbing dozens of tubs, making beds, and crawling around the floor to retrieve any items the previous guest had left behind was all in a day’s work for Maria. One day while Maria was emptyin...
Posted on 2018-07-06
      The Amazing Disappearing Herniated Disc In 1918 Harry Houdini made a live elephant disappear in front of a packed house in New York’s Hippodrome Theater thus securing his place in history as one of the most skilled magicians of all times. Sixty-five years later, audiences were enraptured as David Copperfield orchestrated one of the largest illusions of all time, the disappearance of our beloved Stature of Liberty. Disappearing acts have long been sta...
Posted on 2018-06-27
               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
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