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Shouldering the Load of Recovery

The shoulder is a joint of high acclaim.  Isaac Newton “stood on the shoulders of giants.” We cry on our friends’ shoulders when disaster befalls us.  They are the joints that allow us to perform complex manipulations of objects.  Without … Continue reading

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New Insight Regarding Exercise Recommendations for Osteoporosis Management

Osteoporosis and Low Bone Mass are highly prevalent conditions for American adults. In June of 2014, the National Osteoporosis Foundation published an excerpt from an article in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research that estimates that over 54 million … Continue reading

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The Case for a Regular Physical Therapy Check-Up

Early in the year, it’s often a period of review, recap, reflection, and resolution.  We take inventory, and then plan for the future.  This process can apply to multiple facets of life – certainly to include our physical beings.  Functioning … Continue reading

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Resolve to Move Well in 2015

We are already 1 month into 2015.  Commercial gyms are humming with activity.  On a recent weekend in Austin, with temperatures in the 70’s, the neighborhood sidewalks and parks teemed with people out walking, jogging, skating, etc. Whether we formally … Continue reading

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