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How Runners Can Prevent Shin Splints
How Runners Can Prevent Shin Splints

Shin splints, medically known as medial tibial stress syndrome, are a common but usually preventable muscle ache. Often affecting runners, shin splints can happen to any person who engages in sudden, strenuous physical activity that their body isn’t prepared for, sometimes ...

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Blog posts in May, 2019

  • Acupuncture as a Complementary Cancer Treatment

    Cancer is a formidable disease, and a cure is perhaps decades or even centuries away. The disease is also highly varied, as there are over 300 ...

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  • Physical Therapy for Sprained Ankles

    Thousands upon thousands of people twist their ankles every hour. Sprained ankles are so abundantly common, some refer to them as the “common cold of ...

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  • How Physical Therapy Can Help Stroke Survivors

    Nobody is prepared for a stroke. This often-catastrophic health event can cause partial paralysis, motor impairments, blindness, and loss of ...

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  • How Physical Therapy Can Help Endometriosis Sufferers

    Endometriosis is a painful disorder affecting 6 million American women of childbearing age, and is caused by the cells in the endometrial lining ...

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  • Physical Therapy Exercises to Ease Sciatica Pain

    The sciatic nerve is the longest, widest nerve in the human body, and it provides sensation from the lower back through the buttock region and down ...

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  • Helpful Physical Therapy Exercises for Acute Vertigo

    Vertigo is a balance disorder that can disrupt a person’s life. All of a sudden, you feel like the world is spinning and you can’t stop the sensation, ...

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