Monthly Archives: December 2016

How Nutrition Education Can Make Your Physical Therapy More Effective

We all know that there are two main methods of getting into, and maintaining, a healthy fitness level: diet and exercise. It makes sense, then, that physical therapy alone is not enough. While we believe that our services are key for helping you recover from injuries and getting into peak physical shape, we also know […]

Stay Fit With These 3 Holiday Health Tips

The holidays are a beautiful, magical time of year. It’s also the time of the year when excess calories have a way of sneaking into your diet. Avoid seasonal over-indulgence with our three holiday health tips to help you stay fit this winter. Remember to Hydrate In the hot Phoenix summers, it’s easy to remember […]

Stop Midday Hunger! Try These Energy Boosting Foods

It’s the middle of the day, you’re sitting at your desk, and before you know it your head is rolling down, eyes are closed, mouth slightly open, and a tiny snore escapes your nose. It’s that midday energy zap.  What if we told you can put down that cup of coffee and try some new […]

Carpal Tunnel in Pregnancy

If you are pregnant and are wondering why you having numbness and tingling in your hands, you’ve come to the right place.  Carpal tunnel in pregnancy can often occur, and if you’re feeling that tingle in your wrists and hands, chances are the culprit may be carpal tunnel. According to ResearchGate studies, carpal tunnel syndrome is […]

Managing Mallet Finger

A mallet finger is a deformity of the finger caused when the tendon that straightens your finger (the extensor tendon) is damaged.  To put it more simply, mallet finger is where the end joint of a finger bends but will not straighten by itself. The joint can be pushed straight but will not hold that […]

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