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How Dry Needling Can Help Relieve Pain

Many people suffer from sensitive spots in muscle known as “trigger points.” A trigger point is a small area of tightly contracted muscle that can cause a knot. The knot is an isolated spasm affecting just a tiny patch of muscle tissue (not a whole-muscle spasm like a “charlie horse”). This knot can be tender […]
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How To Make Fitness A Priority In Your Life

If you want to make fitness a big part of your life, the good news is that it’s easier than you probably realize. Getting yourself into great shape will help you look and feel better, and it will also help you to live a longer and healthier life. Getting yourself into shape and living a […]
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Physical Activity for Seniors

Physical Activity for Seniors Aging, as we know, is a natural part of life, but it’s not necessarily something that has to hold us back. Though it comes with some certainties, it’s entirely possible to age gracefully and remain strong and healthy into our later years. Many adults, however, view aging as restrictive and often […]
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Prevent Back Pain While Traveling

Prevent Back Pain While Traveling As summer is approaching, many of us will be headed out with our families for a relaxing stay at the beach or sightseeing around the country. But all of those hours spent in a car or plane, heavy luggage, or the extra firm hotel mattresses can do a number to […]
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What Is Osteoarthritis?

What Is Osteoarthritis? We all know someone who suffers from arthritis. In fact, you may be having problems with arthritis yourself, but… what is arthritis? Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints that causes increased pain and limited mobility of the joint. There are dozens of different types of arthritis, but the most common […]
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Is Your Shoulder a “Sore” Subject?

Is Your Shoulder a “Sore” Subject? Your shoulder is an amazingly complex joint that serves to help you perform many of your normal activities throughout the day. The shoulder joint is made up of muscles, bones, tendons, and ligaments that all work together to give you full range of motion and strength. Imagine the things […]

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