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Stretches for TMJ (Jaw) Pain

Pain in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ, also known as the jaw) is a common complaint we get at Omaha Physical Therapy Institute. Common symptoms of temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) include pain with biting, chewing, and opening, difficulty opening, and headaches. TMD symptoms typically respond well to relaxation techniques, such as diaphragmatic breathing, light mobility, and stretching. Listed below are links to…

Research on How to Stay Comfortable At Work

In a recent article titled, “It’s Time to Have a Rest: How Do Break Types Affect Muscular Activity and Perceived Discomfort During Prolonged Sitting at Work,” researchers used electromyographic (EMG) studies of the trapezius and lattisimus dorsi during 2 hours of sedentary work (EMG = assessing electrical activity in skeletal muscle). They divided the intervention groups into passive break (participants…

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 Staying Comfortable While Gardening

It’s that time of year again!  With the warmer weather and spring showers comes the fun project of organizing your garden and planting flowers!  Believe it or not, we actually see patients who have pain or injury from their gardening and yardwork experiences.  Fortunately, there are ways to stay more comfortable and avoid injury while working in your yard which…

Improve Your Posture, Improve Your Mood!

Posture & Mood: An Interesting Approach There are correlations between posture and certain moods, feelings and even pain. For example, when someone is sad or in pain, they tend to posture in a slumped position.  But on the other hand, if someone is feeling happy or confident, they tend to posture in more of an upright position and look outward….