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December 09, 2020 - by Dr. Michelle Steege - in Clinic happenings, Diagnosis, Exercise & Workouts, Health, Injury, Injury & Rehabilitation, Injury Prevention, Medical, Medical Profession, Pain, Sports & Performance, Treatment & Prevention, Uncategorized

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Don’t you need to see me in person to do a physical exam and know what’s going on? NO! Just like if we were seeing you in the clinic, the history-taking portion of the evaluation gives us a majority of the information we need to help you. Using video, we can actually take you through

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Physical Therapy Wellness Check-Ups; Should This Be a Thing?

October 07, 2020 - by Dr. Meagan Robinson - in Diagnosis, Health, Injury & Rehabilitation, Injury Prevention, Pain, Treatment & Prevention, Uncategorized

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Let’s chat about medical check-ups. We have them annually, bi-annually, monthly, etc. We have them with our primary physicians, OBGYN’s, optometrists, dermatologists, dentists and so on. We get blood work drawn, prescriptions updated, eyes dilated, and teeth cleaned; all so that we can take preventative measures in ensuring we are in tip-top shape. Love it!

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Plyometrics and High-intensity Interval Training (HIIT): What’s the big deal?

June 17, 2019 - by Dr. Erin Babineau - in Uncategorized

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I often say to patients that strengthening can be whatever it means to them. This could be free weights, yoga based strength, machines, body weight strengthening (Calisthenics), all the way to a Cross Fit or organized strengthening class that involves High Intensity-interval training – otherwise known as HIIT workouts. My job as a physical therapist

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Breathing and Low Back Pain

May 10, 2019 - by Dr. Alyssa George - in Uncategorized

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It has long been thought that obesity and physical activity are strong predictors of low back pain. While this may be somewhat true, a study by Paul Hodges et al in 2006 revealed an even stronger correlation that may help us understand the physiological mechanisms behind low back pain. Hodges found that women are actually

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