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An Expert Explains Exactly How a Walk Can Help You Manage Hangover Symptoms

Read the Article Here. A hangover—with its tell-tale headache, fatigue, and general malaise—can feel like a cloud of ickiness sent to ruin your good time. But the Mayo Clinic defines it as a collection of symptoms that occur after consuming a little too much alcohol. While almost everyone has their unique post-drinking remedy, Stephen Clark, DPT, OCS,…

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What Your Physical Therapist Wants You to Know About AS Pain

Read the Article here. When you have ankylosing spondylitis (AS), one of the most notable issues is pain—either the sharp, stabbing type when you move certain ways, or an ongoing dull ache that comes from stiffness and inflammation. Some people have both. While stretching and movement may not eliminate your pain completely, they’re part of a…

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Louisville company rounded out 2021 with 15 acquisitions, coast-to-coast

Read the Article Here. This business is growing fast —now with a presence in 26 states — and is looking at its opportunities in 2022.

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Stuck in ‘COVID limbo’: What long haul patients in Austin are experiencing

Read the Article Here. AUSTIN (KXAN) — As Austin manages its fourth surge of COVID-19, one group is still seeing patients of past waves. UT Health Austin’s Post-COVID-19 Program is studying the long-term effects of the virus. UT Health Austin, the clinical practice of Dell Medical School, said it is currently still seeing patients who experienced previous…

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Columbus physical therapy program helps COVID long haulers get back on their feet

Read the Article Here. COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) – As new variants of COVID continue to emerge, some people who no longer have COVID are still living with the symptoms. Researchers say up to 50% of those who get COVID-19 will experience symptoms longer than four weeks and even up to one year after infection. For…

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If You Get Tension Headaches, Focus on These Pressure Points to Help Ease the Pain

Read the Article Here. Tension headaches are one of the most common types of headaches, with researchers estimating that up to two in three American adults experience them. Tension headaches are characterized by mild to moderate pain that many describe as feeling like there’s a tight band around their head. Candace Morton, DPT, a physical therapist with ProRehab Physical…

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2022 Health Care Heroes honorees

Read the article here. Our annual Health Care Heroes program features medical professionals who go above and beyond to care for their patients and staff. See the list of 2022 honorees. Our very own ProRehab Physical Therapy Daryl Williams is a 2022 Health Care Hero Honoree.

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The 9 Best Treadmill Desks of 2022

Read the Article Here. Move more during your workday Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. When you work a desk job, it can be challenging to squeeze in the magic number of…

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Physical Therapy Predictions 2022

Read the Article Here. I have been making #physicaltherapy predictions for a long time!  Here are the last three years: 2021, 2020 and 2019. Despite the pandemic, I think many of them were accurate, particularly COVID ones. On the other hand, I missed the mark on some (MIPS!!) and obviously we haven’t and might not hit “post pandemic.” For…

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Welcome to the Family, Peak Physical Therapy!

Confluent Health Welcomes Peak Physical Therapy to Growing Network of Private Practices Idaho footprint brings family of private practices into 26th state Confluent Health has announced its newest partnership with Peak Physical Therapy (Peak PT), a private physical therapy group with a 12-clinic strong footprint across Idaho and Washington state. “Since opening our doors in…

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