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How to Avoid More Snow on Your Driveway After the Plow Comes Through!

Don’t you get frustrated AFTER you have spent all the time and effort in shoveling your driveway AND THEN the snow plow comes through and it piles up AGAIN at the end of your driveway?!!! OH, AND this snow that is pushed back to the end of your driveway is often heavier with chunks of ice mixed into it so…

3 Exercises To Do After Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine (Or Any Shot!)

One of the most common side effects for the COVID-19 vaccine is pain or tenderness at the injection site. When we are experiencing pain or discomfort, our first instinct is to not move the body part that is hurting. However, we must move to improve! It is important to “teach” your body that it is okay to move by slowly…

3 Exercises That Can Keep Your Neck and Back Happy While at Work

Many people are sitting at their work station for hours on end while working from home or at the office. Prolonged sitting can create increased neck and back stiffness, particularly if you do not change positions frequently during the day. Here are 3 exercises that you can do to change positions and ease the strain of prolonged sitting at work….

Tips for Walking on Ice

It is a certainty that winter weather will claim its share of victims from slip-and-fall incidents each year.  Even the most athletic and agile among us face the possibility of a sudden and surprising meeting with the ground due to icy conditions. Here are some quick tips for navigating these treacherous surfaces: 1.  Keep your footing by keeping your feet…

4 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Knee and Foot Pain in Growing Athletes

A common complaint we hear from pre-adolescent and adolescent aged athletes is that their knees or feet are consistently sore or irritable.  A lot of time, these same athletes have been going through growth spurts.  Here are a few tips on how to properly manage or reduce the risk of knee and foot issues in the growing athlete. 1.  Stay…

Why Do My Joints Make Noise?

“Why do my joints click, pop, crack?” This is a question that we as physical therapists get asked quite often.  If your joints “pop” or “crack,” you’re not alone!  In fact, it’s normal!  The majority of the time, this joint cracking occurrence is nothing to worry about.  However, if the popping and cracking is accompanied by joint swelling or pain,…