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Physical Therapy Techniques for Gut Health

Did you know that physical therapy can help digestive health? Whether you are experiencing constipation, diarrhea, bloating, nausea, abdominal discomfort, acid reflux, and/or fecal leakage, a knowledgeable physical therapist specialized in pelvic floor and gastrointestinal health can help you overcome your symptoms. Understanding Your Digestive System Your digestive system includes the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach,

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Strong Bones Any Age

Strong Bones At Any Age

Strength training has benefits for all ages, but it can be a neglected part of an exercise program for men and women aged 50 years and older. As we age, staying active and maintaining a health workout routine becomes crucial, especially if you want strong bones. Research suggests that when performed correctly, strengthening exercises are

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Best Time To Exercise

When Is The Best Time To Exercise?

What time of day is the best for exercising? Research has consistently shown that exercise produces a number of benefits, ranging from improved mood to better strength and cardiovascular health. But you may be left wondering, when is the best time to exercise? Some people find that a morning workout fits into their schedule and

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The Slow Creep of Muscle Weakness

Learning about Muscle Weakness Most of us have heard about the dangers of osteoporosis, an age-related condition that results in weakened, easily broken bones. But as we age, we don’t think much about losing muscle strength. Sarcopenia, the medical term for muscle loss, develops gradually. It begins around age 35, but at first the loss

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