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Head Injuries, Physical Therapy Tips

What is the Migraine Bucket Theory?

Dana Tress • June 1, 2023

We know migraine is a neurological disorder that can cause symptoms that stretch far beyond a headache (or even with no headache at all).  We...

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Dizziness and Anxiety

Dana Tress • May 3, 2023

Vestibular disorders can be frightening.  They can make you feel out of control of your body, giving you sensations of movement that do not match...

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Could My Jaw Be The Problem?

Dana Tress • March 29, 2023

Temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD), or pain and problems involving the jaw, are relatively common in the general population.  Habits such as grinding or clenching your teeth,...

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The Training Slump is a Real Thing

Megan Sloan • March 9, 2023

  Can we take a minute to talk about how much WORK it is to train day in and day out for a race? Putting...

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Should periods be painful?

Ashley Dougvillo • March 2, 2023

I think it is time to bring some attention to our monthly menstrual cycles.  Did you know that although they are annoying, they should not...

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How to Unlock Your Mid Back to Improve Your Posture

Abby Schenk • February 28, 2023

The thoracic spine, also known as your mid back sits between your neck and your low back. This part of your spine is where your...

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Why Proper Concussion Recovery is Important

Dana Tress • February 21, 2023

Imagine that today, right now, you decide to do an Ironman Race.  You have not trained for it, but somehow you pull through and complete...

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Reasons to Hire a Run Coach

Megan Sloan • February 17, 2023

Signing up for a race can come with a long list of emotions. Most people are excited to take on a new goal and test...

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I Have Your Back... Back Pain at the Office

Tracy Kroening • February 16, 2023

    Many of us spend 6-8 hours sitting every day. Prolonged sitting can create both short and long term health problems. Not only can...

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The Pelvic Floor and Returning to Sport Postpartum

Ashley Dougvillo • January 26, 2023

Let’s first start by defining what the pelvic floor actually is.  The pelvic floor is a sling of muscles that run from the pubic bone...

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Tips and Tricks To Help Decrease Freezing with Parkinson’s Disease

Dana Tress • January 19, 2023

Parkinson’s Disease is a degenerative disease of neurological system that happens when the brain does not produce enough of a chemical called dopamine.  When we...

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