Timing is Everything!

Timing of Physical Therapy Intervention is Important in Terms of Healthcare Costs and Time Spent in Pain A research study was published on November 26th, 2018, that shows – like

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Squat Like A Tot!

Generally speaking, toddlers have a lot to learn. But they may do one thing better than most adults! Squat to full range of motion (ROM)! Next time you have the

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How to Stay Independent, Safe in the Home and Mobile in the Community as you Age.

How to stay Independent, Safe in the Home and Mobile in the Community as you Age. As a person ages, physical changes can make it difficult to get around and

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Move.  Recover.  Fuel.  CONNECT.  Endure.

Previously, we have shared detailed blogs regarding the importance of movement and adequate rest/recovery for physical wellness.  These are most-easily relatable to the profession of physical therapy. However, a lack

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To your Health!

That works as a nice toast, but what does it mean. Does it mean something different if you are 20, versus 60, versus 90 years old? Our expectations may change

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Move. Fuel. RECOVER. Connect. Endure.

The message is out there.  (Sometimes it’s overwhelming.)  “YOU NEED TO EXERCISE MORE.” This is absolutely a generalization, and “more” should be taken with a grain of salt.  Just like

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Take Advantage of Rest

This month’s theme here at Advantage Rehab is “Take Advantage of Rest”. This blog is about just that. I hope to offer a few thought-provoking ideas in regard to rest

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Can Poor Sleep Habits Impact Your Health?

Humans spend about 1/3 of their lives sleeping. Sleep is a basic human need that serves to maintain and optimize bodily functions including, but not limited to, immune system, tissue

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Time to Get Outside

What’s keeping you from enjoying the outdoors? Summer is here, the snow is melting, the campgrounds and picnic areas are open, the hiking trails are drying out and the fish

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Take Advantage of the Views

Summer is nearly upon us! With this season comes an opportunity to get outside with activities such as biking, running, climbing, swimming etc. I felt like this would be a

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