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Is the source of your low back pain a mystery? You’re not alone: Nine out of 10 patients don't know the primary cause of their back pain. The problem is that most people seek treatment after they’ve begun exhibiting symptoms of back pain. While this may seem logical on the surface, we’re here to tell you that there’s a better way. The key is to go to a physical therapist before you begin to see the signs and symptoms of back pain. I’m sure...
Posted on 2018-08-18
You know the drill: During your annual visit, your primary care physician will order a cholesterol test. Combined with an assessment of health measures such as diet and exercise, the results of the cholesterol test will provide your physician with the information she needs to make arecommendation. If the results are positive, you might hear: “You’re doing great, keep doing what you’ve been doing!” If the results are unfavorabl...
Posted on 2018-07-27
It is becoming more popular for young athletes to specialize in a single sport. The advantages seem obvious. Putting in more time early and “outworking” the competition should lead to a better chance of success later right? Even though that seems to make intuitive sense, early specialization may not be giving kids the advantages parents think and comes with some risks.   THE ADVANTAGES The obvious advantage is skill acquisition. Baseball players use the off-season to work on ...
Posted on 2018-07-07
Some health habits are instilled in us at a young age. For as long as you can remember, forexample, you made annual treks in the family minivan to both the pediatrician and the dentist.As you entered adulthood, you probably transitioned to a primary care physician, and maybeeven a different dentist better equipped to address adult needs. Anytime you’ve moved orswitched insurance carriers, one of your first priorities has been to track down new providers.Now you may even choose to schedul...
Posted on 2018-07-01
Recently we have seen a rise of diseases in children that in the past had only been seen in adults. Things like obesity, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure are being seen more frequently in children. One of the best ways to combat the rise of these diseases is to make sure that your kids are getting enough physical activity. The Department of Health and Human Services has developed guidelines recommending that youth ages 6-17 participate in 60 minutes or more of physical activit...
Posted on 2018-06-27
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