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Health Tip to Keep You on the Golf Course

BY: Kyle Baiocchi, DPT – Linglestown, Pennsylvania Center As the weather warms and the golf clubs make their way out of the garage, it is...


Five Tips For an Injury-Free Little League Season

by: Sarah Harrison – Lexington Beaumont, KY Center Spring in almost here and with it come the crack of the bat, the roar of the...


Concussion Signs and What To Do When You See Them

  by: Brad Yeargin, Columbia SC A concussion is a brain injury in which the brain collides with the inside of the skull. Concussions always...


7 Simple Stretches to Help Prevent Injuries in Competitive Swimmers

by: Amy Morlock – Bel Air, Maryland Center With all this cold weather, we are all looking forward to warmer days and the start of...


ABCs of Being an ATC (Certified Athletic Trainer)

by: Brad Yeargin – Columbia, SCCertified athletic trainers (ATCs) specialize in the prevention, recognition, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries among the active...


Safe Snow Shoveling Tips

BY: Mark Young, PT, DPT, Center Manager of Flanders, NJ Center Don’t injure yourself trying to clean up after the storm.  Snow removal can be...

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Tips to Achieve Your Fitness Goals

Don’t put off your health and wellness goals any longer. You can begin to transform your mind and body through fitness as soon as today....


5 Tips for Preventing Winter Slips & Falls

Every year, December brings us holidays and wintry weather. Every year in our clinics we encounter patients who have fallen while walking on the snow...

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8 Ways to Keep the Pounds Off During the Holidays

As the holidays approach, it’s easy to be tempted by cravings of sweets, baked goods and favorite comfort foods. Here are some helpful tips to...


Four Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

For many people the holidays mean a time of celebration, family, big meals and presents.  Unfortunately it’s also a season of more stress and anxiety. ...


Prevent Back Pain in 3 Simple Steps

Here’s the bad news: low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common orthopedic problems in America, making it the most frequent diagnosis I...


October is National Physical Therapy Month

  Being experienced, a “seasoned professional” in the words of the APTA, I was asked to write about physical therapy for National Physical Therapy Month....