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From Dry Needling to Exercise Safety: Top 10 Blogs of 2023

From Dry Needling to Exercise Safety: Top 10 Blogs of 2023

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Over the last year, our knowledgeable clinicians have shared their expertise on topics ranging from ergonomics, new parenting, workout tips, and everything in between. As we close out the year, here are ten topics that our readers had the most interest in.

Our Top 10 Blogs for 2023

  1. Is It Safe to Workout with Shoulder Pain?
    If you’ve ever wondered if it’s safe to workout with pain, especially in your shoulder, this is for you. Our top blog of the year explores strategies to help reduce shoulder pain and get you on the right path to pain-free exercise as soon as possible.
  2. TMJ Pain? Try Rocabado’s 6×6 Exercise Routine
    Do you have jaw pain that makes it difficult to eat, chew, talk, or perform other daily activities? This could be a sign that something is affecting your Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ). This blog outlines a few simple exercises that can help you find relief.
  3. Impact Exercise for the Aging Adult
    While losing strength and power as we age is common, that doesn’t mean you have to give up the activities you love. Check out this blog for a high-impact exercise routine that can support overall health throughout all stages of life.
  4. Most Common Pickleball Injuries
    Pickleball has become a pretty big “dill” over the years. As with any sport, injuries are always a risk. This blog covers common pickleball injuries and ways to prevent getting hurt.
  5. A Quick Workout for New Parents Who Need a Boost of Energy
    Finding time for yourself can be challenging between sleepless nights, diaper changes, and constant attention to your little one. For those parents who need a little boost of energy, this quick exercise routine can help to improve mood while supporting overall health.
  6. Beginning Strength Training for Seniors and Tips for Building a Consistent Routine
    A lot of information exists in the resistance training world, which can make it a bit confusing when getting started. Strength training is a relatively easy way to help decrease a person’s risk of falls and positively affect many different aspects of their life – this blog shares beginner strength training tips for seniors and ways to build a consistent routine.
  7. 5 Myths About Arthritis and What Physical Therapists Want You to Know
    While nearly 1 in 4 people in the United States have osteoarthritis, there are often misconceptions associated with this diagnosis. This blog takes a closer look at five common myths about arthritis and what physical therapists want you to know.
  8. Struggling With Incontinence? Here Are 3 Exercises You Should Try, According to A Pelvic Health PT
    If you struggle with incontinence, you know that it can be life-altering. In this blog, our pelvic health experts share common pelvic floor retraining exercises you can do to prevent leakage and reduce bladder activation.
  9. Can Dry Needling Help Sciatica Pain?
    Dry needling targets trigger points in muscles that cause tightness and decreased strength, making it a beneficial technique for sciatica symptoms. Curious about dry needling and if it’s right for you? This blog shares everything you need to know!
  10.  An Exercise Routine to Try When You Feel Like Getting Outdoors
    When was the last time you spent some time outdoors? Sunshine and fresh air provide physical, mental, and emotional benefits, and many people are inspired to start exercising outside but are often unsure where to begin. Our movement experts share a complete exercise routine for those days when you feel like getting outdoors.

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