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Exercise to Decrease Your Knee Discomfort
Exercise to Decrease Your Knee Discomfort

Knee pain is common. The issue is often ignored and left untreated until it interrupts daily life. Don’t ignore early signs of a knee injury! Instead, learn how to exercise to decrease your knee discomfort. Resting your knee is usually a good [...]

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Read This Before Switching to a Standing Desk
Read This Before Switching to a Standing Desk

The standing desk has been a trend for some time now. Many desk-bound workers are making the switch to avoid sitting, which has been labeled as a worse activity than smoking. Naturally, to avoid this one extreme people look to the other. [...]

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Low Impact Cardio: How And Why To Try It!
Low Impact Cardio: How And Why To Try It!

Low impact cardio is a popular method among the elderly, but it can actually be beneficial to anyone (including you)! This type of workout includes exercises that do not put a lot of stress on your joints. Generally, they do not involve hard [...]

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Road to Recovery: Shoulder Pain Injury
Road to Recovery: Shoulder Pain Injury

We’re back again this week to continue our Road to Recovery series! This week, the topic is Shoulder Pain Injury. Ever wonder why shoulder pain is so common these days? It’s our daily habits that get us into trouble, and technology [...]

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Avoid These Winter Health Woes!
Avoid These Winter Health Woes!

It’s December! The snow, the holidays, gingerbread cookies, and the injuries. It’s not unusual for our offices to pick up more patients during the winter months, the majority of which come in due to avoidable injuries! Before the snow piles [...]

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The Dangers of Osteoporosis and Bone Health
The Dangers of Osteoporosis and Bone Health

The Dangers of Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is statistically one of the biggest causes of death for seniors. One in six women with a hip fracture are able to survive. For men, the rate is even worse. What we do know is that [...]

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Nutritional Shift Puts People at Risk of Osteoporosis
Nutritional Shift Puts People at Risk of Osteoporosis

Recently published in the journal Osteoporosis International, a study on nutrition and osteoporosis discovered a nutritional shift that has been long suspected of causing a greater risk of osteoporosis. It was noted that a decline in milk consumption has been observed [...]

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