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How Can an Antigravity Treadmill Shorten My Recovery Time

Whether you want to get back in the game or return to your nightly walk, fast recovery from a hip, knee, leg, ankle, or foot injury is your top priority. The quickest way to rehabilitate and get back into action is with an antigravity treadmill.

Jun 20th, 2020
Daily Habits You Can Change to Prevent Chronic Back Pain

Chronic back pain is the leading cause of disability in adults and it’s a problem you can often prevent when you pay attention to daily habits that contribute to back pain. Read on to learn our six recommendations for avoiding chronic back pain.

May 26th, 2020
5 Top Facts You Should Know About Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is diagnosed in 1.3 million Americans, affecting women three times more often than men. While those are interesting facts, they’re not the most important. Read on to learn the top five things to know about rheumatoid arthritis.

Apr 24th, 2020
What Triggers Plantar Fasciitis and How Can I Prevent It?

Once plantar fasciitis progresses to the point of causing severe heel pain, you’ll be sidelined for months while the injured ligament heals. Identifying and avoiding the triggers goes a long way to preventing plantar fasciitis.

Mar 23rd, 2020
How Can Dry Needling Help With My Pain?

If you have a tight, knotted muscle, dry needling relieves the pain by relaxing the muscle fibers. Even patients who tend to shy away from needles discover they easily tolerate the procedure and it’s well worth the results they achieve

Feb 7th, 2020
Getting Active Again After an ACL Tear

An ACL tear in the knee is one of the most common sports injuries. After receiving treatment, you can get active again by following a carefully designed knee rehab program.

Nov 11th, 2019
Compartment Syndrome

Compartment syndrome is a condition that can result in leg/arm pain, and is important to quickly identify and treat

Jan 22nd, 2019
Flexibility VS Mobility

Flexibility and mobility, while often used interchangeably, are actually not the same thing.

Dec 14th, 2018