How to prevent sports injuries


Athletes love to push their minds and bodies to achieve new goals and continue to grow in their sports, but everybody has a limit. Unfortunately, by the time we find that limit, an injury has occurred (or might be happening soon). So, the question is, what is the best way…

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Recovery stretching


Some of us are great about completing an entire recovery routine (or at least cool down routine) following a workout, but do we really know why we should be implementing the things we do? Exercise often results in muscle fatigue, as well as increases lactic acid build up in the…

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Foot Health

WHEN DID YOUR FEET BECOME SO IMPORTANT? Our feet are our foundation for our entire body. One of the first impacts your body endures every day is your foot hitting the ground. Foot health has been talked about and practiced more in the recent years; however, do you actually know…

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The sun has finally come back out in Cleveland! It is time to get those running shoes on and get back outside to enjoy the run you’ve been dreaming of all winter long. Whether you took some months off to rest and regroup, or you are coming back from an…

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TMJ, or temporomandibular dysfunction


Do you wonder what it means when people say they have TMJ problems? Or have you ever gone to the dentist for the world’s worst toothache, and was told everything is okay? Did you know that you can go to a physical therapist to relieve pain in the face, temporomandibular…

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Reduced Hip Mobility

WFH and Reduced Hip Mobility Since March of 2020, a multitude of people have had their work environments change, with most adjusting to working from home. This has caused a reduction in everyday activities with less getting up and moving around the office all day. Many patients have noticed a…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dry Needling Therapy

The term physical therapy refers to a broad spectrum of treatments and activities. While some may initially begin physical therapy following an injury, it is also used to treat illnesses or impairments that are inherent to a person’s makeup from the moment they are born. Physical therapy has expanded and…

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How Can Physical Therapy Help Me Recover From a Sports Injury?

Have you recently been injured and your doctor has concluded that you need physical therapy? Many times, athletes require physical therapy due to sports injuries from their chosen sport. Perhaps you have been in an accident and need physical rehabilitation. Either way, you need to choose the right physical therapy…

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Please DO NOT train without understanding this.

Why do we train? What’s the purpose or intent? Is it to sweat or get fit and swole? Yes, and no. “The only reason we train is to create the opportunity to recover.” – Larry Gaier What a beautifully simple and powerful phrase. When broken down, that’s all training is and…

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Load versus capacity. The source of ALL pain and injury.

Throughout the history of mankind, every injury that has occurred can be traced back to a single culprit: The amount of load placed on the body exceeded the body’s capacity to handle it. Back pain, an ACL tear, “tight” traps. It doesn’t matter. Load exceeded capacity. To illustrate this, I want you to think…

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