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  • 10 Foods that Strengthen Your Bones and Joints

    10 Foods that Strengthen Your Bones and Joints

    Our bones and joints provide structure to our bodies, protection for internal organs and anchorage for our muscles when we move. Most people attain maximum bone mass around the age of 30 after which they begin to lose bone mineral density which can cause thinning and brittleness of bones.

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  • The Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery (National Physical Therapy Month)

    The Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery (National Physical Therapy Month)

    National Physical Therapy Month is celebrated in October to spread awareness about the vital role that physical therapy plays in helping you move and feel better. Let’s look at the important benefits of physical therapy after surgery:

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  • Facts About Fall Prevention at Home

    Facts About Fall Prevention at Home

    Falls are one of the major causes of serious injury such as hip fractures or traumatic brain injury among the elderly. According to a recent research study, fall death rates have increased by 30% in the US between the years 2007 and 2016. At this rate, there will be 7 fall deaths occurring every hour by the year 2030!

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  • Chronic Pain Issues?

    Chronic Pain Issues?

    Chronic pain affects the lives of nearly 50 million people throughout the US and according to a recent study, only little over half the people suffering from chronic pain are able the successfully manage their symptoms.

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  • Benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy for Sports Injuries

    Benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy for Sports Injuries

    Platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy is an advanced treatment that boosts the natural regenerative capacity of your body. It has helped many athletes and sports enthusiasts return to their game after a potentially career-ending injury.

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  • Tennis Elbow? Diagnosis and Treatments

    Tennis Elbow? Diagnosis and Treatments

    A tennis elbow is a wear-and-tear injury of the tendons on the outer aspect of your elbow that connect the muscles of your forearm to the elbow joint. Despite its name, you can get a “tennis elbow” without ever having stepped on a tennis court.

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