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Stand up straight…-ish

“Pull your shoulders back. Pull your stomach in. Put your weight mostly on the balls…

How to Prepare for Your First Physical Therapy Appointment

So you’ve scheduled your first physical therapy appointment…now what? The first day of physical therapy,…

Exercise Alone Is Not Enough

Exercise is a broad term, with varied aims for different people.  For many of us,…

Getting Habits to Stick

It can be tough to fold something new into the daily routine.  In truth, there…

Spring you way back into running outdoors!

If you are like me, you decreased your running mileage on the treadmill this winter…

How to Advocate for Yourself with your Healthcare Provider

Think about or write down your symptoms prior to your appointment: A well-thought-out list of…

Improve Your Balance to Prevent Falling on Ice

Winter in Massachusetts is officially in full force with temperatures below freezing! That means that…

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A Weight-Neutral Approach to Physical Therapy

Have you ever gone to a healthcare professional for help and left the office feeling…

Management of Labral Tears in the Hip and Shoulder – Should surgery still be the gold standard?

The gold standard for labral tears (both in the shoulder and the hip) for treatment…

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Why Do I Have Elbow Pain?

There are a lot of potential reasons that your elbow may be bothering you. Examples…

New Year, No New Injuries! Tackling New Year Fitness Resolutions

At the start of the new year, it’s common to want to return to exercise…

Physical Therapy vs. Surgery: What One Research Study Finds and Thoughts From a PT Perspective

On July 1, 2019 The New York Times released an article 10 Findings That Contradict…