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Improving Your Range of Motion Through Stretches

Stretching exercises are important in rehabilitation programs and are practiced by athletes for a reason. Doing some stretches is a great way to improve your stability and balance. It has also been proven to increase your flexibility and range...

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Common Squats Mistakes

One of the best exercises you could do to burn fat, lose weight, gain strength, or boost power as an athlete is the squat. It is immensely popular but often the first exercise we correct in the clinic. The sad reality is that squats go wrong...

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Common Symptoms of Sciatica and Its Diagnosis

Do you experience pain from your lower spine to your buttock and the back of your leg? These may be signs of sciatica. This occurs when a herniated disk or bone spur on the spine compresses part of a nerve which results in inflammation, pain,...

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Common Sports Injuries That Need Physical Therapy

Injuries are inevitable when participating in competitions, organized sports, fitness activities, or training exercises. This is made particularly more common by poor training methods, lack of conditioning, and inadequate warm-up. Sports rehab...

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Stiff Neck: What Causes It and How Is It Treated?

A stiff neck is characterized by soreness and difficulty in moving the neck. This may be accompanied by a headache, as well as pain in the shoulder, and/or arm. It usually appears upon waking up in the morning or can develop later in the day due...

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The Differences in Physical and Occupational Therapy

Both occupational therapy and physical therapy are kinds of rehabilitative care. The main objective of rehabilitative care is to prevent and enhance the degenerating quality or condition of life due to surgery, injury, and illness, such as...

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