The Best Treatments for Shin Splints

People who walk or run a lot (especially those who may be carrying a little extra weight) may often deal with shin splints. The medical term for shin splints is Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome. It can be a painful ailment that bothers you any time you walk, run or jump. Most times you’ll feel it […]

5 Ways to Modify Exercise If You Have Back Pain

People who suffer from back pain sometimes feel like they can’t exercise the way they’d like to. But using proper techniques it’s possible to manage and even improve back pain while also getting important exercise. Here are five tips to follow for exercising with back pain. 1. Learn how to control your pelvic position: The […]

5 Great Exercises for Core Strength and Stability

The Spine is made up of 3 regions which is made up of the first 7 vertebra known as the cervical spine, next 12 vertebra known as the thoracic spine and last 5 vertebra known as the lumbar spine. The “Core” is commonly thought of as the stomach muscles, however the Core is responsible for […]

5 Ways to Stay Safe During a Move

  Moving from your home is not easy. From having to pack all of your things, to loading them into a truck only to have to unload them and unpack in your new home, it can be an exhausting and, if one is not careful, dangerous experience. Here are five tips to help keep you […]

What is a Shoulder Separation Injury?

There are various types of common shoulder injuries. One of the most painful is a shoulder separation, also known as an acromioclavicular joint separation (aka AC separation). What Happens with a Shoulder Separation? A shoulder separation occurs when the clavicle (the collar bone) separates from the scapula (shoulder blade). An AC injury can be classified […]

Are You Having Symptoms of a Tear or Rupture?

Experiencing a tear or rupture in one of your joints can be painful and debilitating. Just to be clear “rupture” is pretty much another way of saying “complete tear” of a ligament, tendon or muscle. On the other hand, simply saying “tear” can recognize a wider range of the injury. It may only be a […]

The Benefits of a Dynamic Warm-Up

Before any workout or intense sports activity, it is so important to stretch and have a proper warm-up. This a good way to get mentally and physically prepared for better performance, and it will also help prevent injuries such as muscle strains or chronic joint pain. What is a Dynamic Warm-Up? At CORE Physical Therapy, […]

7 Ways to Prevent Basketball Injuries with Physical Therapy

Basketball is full of excitement, fast-paced and can be very competitive. That’s what makes it such a great sport to watch or play. It’s also an excellent source of exercise, whether you’re playing HORSE in the backyard or running up and down the court every week in a local league. However, injuries are common for […]

The Role of Nutrition for Athletes

Whether you are an elite competitive athlete or an avid weekend warrior, nutrition matters. In fact, what you put in your body may be just as important—if not more—than other health and performance factors such as your age, body type and the training methods you use. Many athletes depend solely on other injury-prevention methods such […]

5 Ways to Choose the Right Pillow or Mattress for a Healthy Spine

Proper rest is a very important part of a healthy lifestyle. We spend roughly a third of our day sleeping, so why not be as comfortable as possible while also taking care of your spine? It is so beneficial to have a mattress and set of pillows that will provide the support and alignment you […]

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The Best Treatments for Shin Splints
People who walk or run a lot (especially those who may be carrying a little extra weight) may often deal with shin splints. The medical term for shin splints is Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome. It can be a painful ailment that bothers you any time you walk, run or jump. Most times you’ll feel it […]

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