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Stretch of the Week: Childs Pose Twist

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Continuing with our twist theme, the third stretch for April is taken from yoga and is called Childs Pose Twist. It will focus on stretching muscles around the spine and throughout the sides of the body.

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5 Ways to Maximize Triathlon Performance

Posted on by Ryan Domeyer PT, DPT, CMPT | Leave a Comment

Participation in triathlons in the United States is at an all-time high according to USA Triathlon, the sport’s governing body in the United States. The group’s membership has swelled from around 100,000 in 1998 to 550,446 in 2013.1 What’s more, estimates from the Sports and Fitness Industry Associated show there were 2,498,000 road triathletes  in the United States in 2016.2

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Posted in Endurance, Running.

Sleep Positioning and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Sleep plays an important role in our daily function. It helps to rejuvenate and restore our bodies from the wear and tear our daily activities put on integral structures. It specifically plays an intricate part in helping us repair and grow tissue, like nerve, muscle and bone. For all of these reasons, sleep can be the most important part of your day.

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Stretch of the Week: Easy Seated Twist

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In our second week of twists this month, we will be stretching the inner thigh and back muscles. This stretch is called Easy Seated Twist.

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4 Tips for Protecting Your Hands When Gardening

Posted on by Rose McAndrew | 1 Comment

Gardening is a hobby enjoyed by many Americans, and especially among men and women over the age of 45.2 Unfortunately, this group of people can often be limited in participation in their beloved hobby by physical and environmental factors, including osteoarthritis (OA) and environmental contaminants.

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Saying Goodbye to “The Joe” – A Local Perspective

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Joe Louis Arena, which is better known as “The Joe,” has been the home of the Detroit Red Wings since 1979. The Joe is the second oldest arena in the NHL – with only Madison Square Garden being around longer – and has a lot of sports history attached to it. For many, Joe Louis Arena is just as iconic as Wrigley Field, Lambeau Field and Fenway Park.

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Posted in Hockey.

Occupational Therapy: Fact vs. Fiction

Posted on by Emily Peterson | 3 Comments

“What exactly is Occupational Therapy?”

As an Occupational Therapist, I am often asked this question by friends, family and patients. Since April is Occupational Therapy (OT) Month, I wanted to take some time to shed some light on this rewarding profession by separating the OT facts from the OT fiction.

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Stretch of the Week: Reclined Straight Leg Twist

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Our weekly stretches in April will focus on twists! Twisting through the middle of your body stretches the back muscles as well as the sides and front of your body. Twisting also helps the digestive process by stimulating the intestines.

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5 Tips to Prepare for Hip Arthroscopy Surgery

Posted on by Catherine Stegemann | Leave a Comment

Prior to scheduling surgery, many patients focus on how big things in their life will be impacted, including how much time will need to be taken off work as well as arrangements for childcare and/or pet care. Although these are important considerations, patients should also take time to think about how smaller parts of their daily life will be impacted post-surgery.

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Q&A: National Athletic Training Month 2017

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Every March Athletico celebrates with the National Athletic Trainers Association National Athletic Training Month to recognize the important work of athletic trainers throughout our communities.

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