Aquatic Therapy for An Active Lifestyle

Aquatic Therapy for An Active Lifestyle

Are you having trouble sticking with your exercise program because you’re bored with your usual program? Do you feel there’s just not enough time to exercise? Or maybe it’s just too hot? There are a ton of excuses that we make up for not exercising. Living in the desert heat doesn’t make it any...

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Top 3 Beginner Exercises for Improving Balance

Top 3 Beginner Exercises for Improving Balance

As we age our balance will decline, and without maintaining a functional level of strength, flexibility, and balance you can become prone to an increased risk of injury like twisting an ankle, tripping or even a fall. Balance is one of the fundamentals of a healthy, active body. Having a strong...

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Physical Therapy for Pain Caused by a Car Crash

Physical Therapy for Pain Caused by a Car Crash

Everyone living in Phoenix knows how congested our streets get when a car accident has occurred. Drivers slow down, and at some points stop, due to the curiosity factor. But, does anyone ever drive by those accidents thinking to themselves, ‘well, that person is going to need physical therapy’?...

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Does Stretching Prevent Injury?

Does Stretching Prevent Injury?

There was once a belief that stretching before a workout was just as vital as eating breakfast before the start of a big day. If you wanted to minimize your risk of the possible tearing of muscles, injury to joints, or run without pain, then stretching was a must pre-exercise component to one’s...

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Managing Your Fibromyalgia  Symptoms

Managing Your Fibromyalgia Symptoms

If you feel pain after an injury, the reason behind the pain is fairly logical—there is a cause and effect relationship that can be observed clear as day. But in some cases, such as Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS), the origin of pain is not obvious at all. The American College of Rheumatology defines...

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