Yearly Archives: 2016

Stiff Joints and Winter Weather

Are your joints starting to feel stiff lately? Do they ache more than usual? Have you noticed any clicks and cracks coming from your knees? If you’re struggling to put your finger on it and you’re not sure why it’s happening to you -chances are you’re not alone. Many people just like you are becoming a…
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So What’s a Discovery Session Anyway?

GET EDUCATED! Would you like to make a BETTER, MORE EDUCATED, AND MORE INFORMED decision regarding your health? Are you tired of relying on pain killers or chiropractic care to manage your pain? Are you looking for a permanent solution to eliminate your pain so you can LIVE BETTER and PLAY BETTER? Good news! We have just…
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How Low Back Pain Almost Ruined Retirement Dreams

We received a wonderful email this week from a patient of ours, who only a year ago had been told her retirement plans, after working so hard for them, may in fact never become a reality. For many of the patients we see here at Performance Physical Therapy & Sports Conditioning, retirement means freedom to…
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The 2 Most Common Golf Injuries And How To Avoid Them

As a practicing physical therapist with over a decade of experience, I’ve seen my fair share of injuries-broken bones, ACL tears and ankle sprains to name a few. But when it comes to golf the most prevalent issues we see at our practice are low back and elbow pain. Injuries in golf happen all of…
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3 Things That Cause Low Back Pain That You Didn’t Know About

Question: How many of you have googled ‘preventing back pain?’ We’ve all heard and read about what can cause back pain; incorrect lifting, bad posture, sitting, a sports injury, but did you know that you may be making a common mistake in your daily routine that might be encouraging back pain? We’ve identified 3 things that you…
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Five Sure-Fire Exercises to Build Your Grip Strength and Forearms

Five Sure-Fire Exercises to Build Your Grip Strength and Forearms In today’s world of strength training and fitness the forearms are quickly becoming forgotten and neglected. Many athletes and weight lifters focus purely on increasing the mass and overall definition of their biceps and upper arms, but seldom do they increase the size, and most…
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Top Five Accessories To Build Your Deadlift

Top Five Accessories To Build Your Deadlift  The deadlift is one of the most popular and demanding compound movements in the world of strength training. Ask anyone who has ever grinded out a new personal record or an intense and heavy high repetition set of deadlifts, and they will surely tell you it is a…
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