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Fact vs. Fiction: Strength Training for Seniors

Posted on by Tara Hackney | 3 Comments

Is age really just a number? Can you still get stronger even as you get older? There are common misconceptions surrounding senior populations and exercise or strength training. Let’s debunk some of these misunderstandings.


What is that Bump on My Heel?

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Our feet literally take us places all day long, and foot pain is a fairly common issue. For some people, the pain is located more in the heel. That heel pain can also lead to the discovery of a bump on the back of the heel.  This could be a condition known as a Haglund’s deformity.


Stretch of the Week: Seated Twist with Neck Stretch

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For the third week of June we will be performing the Seated Twist with Neck Stretch. This stretch targets the muscles of the neck, between the ribs, and trunk.


10 Side Effects of Prolonged Sitting

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Our children do it at school, many of us do it at work, most of us do it while commuting, and too many of us also do it recreationally. What is that magic “it?”  If you guessed sitting then you hit the nail on the head.


Children’s Motor Milestones: Important Steps in Development

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As a physical therapist that works with children, I educate my patient’s family and caregivers on the importance of each and every motor milestone relevant to the child’s age. Often, each milestone assists in the development of the following milestone.1 For example, before a child can crawl on hands and knees, they often develop the skill of moving forward in an army crawl position.


Stretch of the Week: Neck Circles

Posted on by Rachel Lackowski | Leave a Comment

June’s second stretch of the week is a range of motion movement for the neck called Neck Circles. This movement will stretch the neck in all directions, and also provide insight into your neck’s range of motion.


Debut Marathoner: 3 Ways to Prevent Training Injuries

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Training for your first marathon can be a daunting task – not only do you have to build up your stamina, but you also have to do so while keeping your body healthy enough for the next training session.


3 Traits of a Successful Pitcher

Posted on by Paul Kohler, MS, OTR/L, CHT | Leave a Comment

Henry Chadwick is credited with creating the first baseball statistics in the late 1800’s.1 To gauge a batter’s success, he formulated the batting average (hits divided by at-bats), and for pitchers, the ERA (earned runs given up per 9 innings pitched). Today, with groups like and the Society for American Baseball Research, there are mind boggling ways to analyze and predict the performance of baseball players.


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Stretch of the Week: Self Neck Traction

Posted on by Rachel Lackowski | Leave a Comment

The focus of June’s weekly stretches will be on the neck muscles. We have quite a few muscles, ranging from very tiny to very large, that attach into the neck area. If these muscles become tight they can cause a host of problems, from small headaches to more severe problems like tingling in the hands. Stretching the neck muscles can be a starting place to address these issues.


5 Reasons to Work in the Midwest

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The first Athletico Physical Therapy clinic opened up in Chicago in 1991. Twenty-five years later, Athletico has grown to more than 350 clinics in nine states – many of which are in the Midwest.


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