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  • The Absolute Need For Physical Therapy After An Ankle Sprain

    Ankle sprains are a common injury but whats strange about an ankle sprain is that sometimes, they just keep happening over and over again. The answer to this strange phenomenon is simple.

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  • Physical Therapy For Runner's Knee

    Runner’s knee involves knee pain deriving from several causes including overuse, direct trauma to the knee like a fall or blow, misalignment, weak thigh muscles, or problems with the feet. Runner’s knee though is not just for running but can occur from other activities like walking, biking, and jumping.

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  • Relieving Hip Pain From Arthritis

    Most of the world is delighting over the world cup as teams from all over the world compete to win. The USA had a surprising win against a very good team defeating Ghana 2-1, which is an exciting start for our national team. The USA world cup team will be playing Portugal next on Monday, June 23rd and then Germany of Thursday, June 26th.

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  • Physical Therapy For Tennis Elbow and Golf Elbow

    Physical Therapy For Tennis Elbow and Golf Elbow

    The French Open has been alive with excitement for the past two weeks and whats even more exciting is that there is still Wimbledon and the U.S. Open this summer to watch. The summer season is true a great season for tennis lovers.

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  • Physical Therapy For A Knee Injury

    And the Miami Heat are heading to the NBA Finals once again! This past friday they absolutely slaughtered the Indiana Pacers in game 6 of the Eastern Conference Championships. The Heat were up by over 25 points for most of the game.

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