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The Best Office Chair for Back Pain

When setting up your work from home desk or your desk at work, making sure your chair is set up properly can save you from headaches, low back pain, carpal…

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How to Prevent Heat Cramps During Your Summer Workout

When debilitating enough, severe heat cramps can bring your summer workout to a screeching halt. Working out in the warm weather brings on a higher chance of cramps, yet heat…

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My Pain Won’t Go Away

The #1 reason that patients seek help from a Physical Therapist is because they are in pain. In the ideal world, pain is a good thing. It tells our bodies…

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Running with Back Pain

Running with back pain? It sounds weird to even ask such a question. Most people would think, who would run with back pain? But runners get it. People who love…

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How Do I Continue to Rehabilitate After My Physical Therapy Sessions End?

Completing physical therapy sessions is a huge milestone for anyone who is recovering from a severe injury or illness. But for many, the day-to-day challenges of sports injury rehabilitation are…

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Should I Ease Back Into My Favorite Spring Activities?

At the tail end of a long, dreary winter, it’s no wonder you might feel a bit dormant. Maybe you’ve taken an extended hiatus from your workout. Or perhaps it’s…

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Why am I feeling dizzy?

The Dizzy Patient Types of Dizziness We all know that feeling after spinning around quickly and stopping while the world continues to spin around you. While this feeling may be…

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What should I expect after my knee replacement?

What to Expect After a Knee Replacement So you’re having your knee replaced and you have no idea what to expect. Well, Total Performance Physical Therapists are here to calm…

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Sprains vs. Strains: What’s the Difference?

If you’ve ever used “sprain” and “strain” interchangeably, you’re not alone. These two terms are often used to describe overstretching or tearing of soft tissue in and around your joint….

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3 Things You Didn’t Know Physical Therapists Could Treat

1. TMJ Studies show that 30% of the population has at least one TMJ (tempromandibular joint) disorder symptom, and 3-7% of those people have symptoms serious enough to seek care….

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