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Physical Therapy For an Abdominal Strain

Dealing with a pulled muscle in your stomach can be quite painful. Generally, these can happen with working out, deep breathing or just turning in a weird way. But no…

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What you Shouldn’t Do With Knee Pain

  When you get injured, whether it is your knee or another body part, what you don’t do is just as important as what you do.  And no, stopping all…

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How To Get Rid Of Pinching Pain In Your Groin

Have you ever had a pinching pain in your groin?  This is a pain that can stop you in your tracks when you are just walking along.  It generally does…

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The Best Way to Sleep with Lower Back Pain

When people treat back pain on their own, they usually do it through some type of anti-inflammatory and rest, meaning laying flat on your back on the couch.  This treatment…

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Best Knee Braces

Knee braces serve different purposes.  Some are to fix structural issues in the knee, others are nothing more than to give the knee a hug.  No matter what the knee…

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COVID Knee Pain

  COVID 19 has produced many side effects many of which we are only beginning to understand.  Joint pain is one of the side effects that we are seeing in…

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Which Doctor Should I See?

More and more people are heading right to specialists to fix their ailments.  In the past it had been you started with your primary care physician and then they sent…

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Sudden Knee Pain Without Injury

It happens more often that people are either walking along or going down the steps or just go to stand up and their knee hurts.  This pain can be an…

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Stretches for Plantar Fasciitis

What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is pain on the bottom of the foot due to an inflammation of the plantar fascia.  The plantar fascia runs along the bottom of…

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Sudden Ankle Pain Without Injury

What happens when your ankle starts to hurt but you did not do anything?  You were just walking along, or maybe even just standing still and a sharp stabbing pain…

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