Make the Most Out of Your Session

1.  LISTEN TO YOUR BODY: before and after, but especially during your treatment session. Is there any soreness, tightness, tingling, numbness or aching? 2. CHANGE YOUR MINDSET AROUND PAIN: Pain is not always evil; learn to acknowledge it and become aware of what you are sensing throughout your body. Focus on what areas those sensations…

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Getting Back On the Bike Should Not Hurt

Ok, maybe a little muscle soreness if you have not done it since last fall.  Getting your bike professionally fitted should be your first move, but until you do it, here are some common sources of pain and how to troubleshoot them: 1.Low back pain: saddle too high or low, poor core strength. Check your…

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Physical Therapy and the Opioid Epidemic

Physical Therapy is a highly effective treatment for pain. It provides hands on treatment, exercise and pain education that help people manage and even eliminate their pain. Opioids are frequently prescribed by physicians for pain. Over the past decade their prescription has increased by more than 7% particularly for chronic pain (lasting >3 months). There…

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