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Stress Hurts! It’s Scientifically Proven – Here’s What To Do About It

What to do about stress pain? Pain is a common occurrence for many of us. Throughout the week, you may have experienced a headache, muscle tension, stiffness, fatigue, or an upset stomach. These symptoms may be a regular part of your life, and you may have come to accept that your body simply hurts. However, …

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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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Therapeutic exercise aims to correct injuries, alleviate pain

Injuries or illness can impair your ability to perform even the most mundane daily tasks—such as getting out of bed, putting on your seatbelt, or walking up a flight of stairs. And when even simple tasks become a struggle, you can imagine how challenging it is to keep up with the more demanding activities you …

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Using Exercise to Reduce Arthritic Knee Pain

With arthritis, knee joints can be painful and may frequently ache. Fortunately, exercise can help you to relieve pain and improve your mobility. While moving a stiff joint may sound counterproductive, health professionals agree that movement can help to reduce arthritic knee pain. If you suffer from arthritis pain in the knees, exercise can alleviate …

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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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