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How to Create a Healthy Work-from-Home Office
How to Create a Healthy Work-from-Home Office

Best Practices and Tips from Physical Therapists in East Brunswick As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many of us have been working from home and dealing with the benefits, complications, and everything that comes along with it. Achieving work-life balance has been ...

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  • Solutions for Arthritis Pain in East Brunswick

    About Arthritis Pain An estimated 27 million Americans suffer with a form of Osteoarthritis (OA). OA is the most common form of arthritis and is ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between Acupuncture and Dry Needling?

    Acupuncture and dry needling appear to be very similar, and both are offered at ProFysio. Both use thin, stainless steel needles that are inserted ...

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  • What Does Lupus Feel Like?

    Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes inflammation and pain throughout the body. An autoimmune disease involves the body’s immune system ...

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  • How to Avoid Shin Splints

    What Are Shin Splints? Shin splints is a condition that is most often affected in runners and is also known as Shin medial tibial stress syndrome, ...

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  • What Can Dry Needling Treat?

    Chronic pain affects nearly 100 million people in the country, making it a growing concern for individuals who suffer from conditions of muscle ...

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  • Is Physical Therapy Recommended for Pregnant Women?

    It’s common for pregnant women to be told to ignore symptoms of discomfort, pain, or even embarrassing issues like urinary incontinence. Many doctors ...

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  • Understanding the Difference Between Soreness and Pain

    When you experience a lingering soreness in your muscles or a painful stiffness in your joints, it’s important to look for critical warning signs so ...

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  • What Causes Tendinitis?

    A tendon is a ‘cord-like’ structure that attaches the bone to the muscle and transmits our functioning range of motion. Tendinitis, also called ...

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  • Lupus vs. Rheumatoid Arthritis: How Are They Different?

    Although lupus is not considered a form of arthritis, it includes arthritis as one of its main symptoms, so it’s no wonder people get confused between ...

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