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Ready or not baby’s on the way and it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to keep both of you safe. During the next 9 months you will…

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Integrated Kinetic Neurology is a treatment approach that targets the brain-body connection and mobilizes the nervous system to promote positive…

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Physical therapists are movement specialists and experts at helping you get back to the activities you love. Seeing a physical therapist can…

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Fitness

Agape Physical Therapy has the unique ability to use the Alter-G to analyze any runner’s form by using a 3-directional camera to determine…

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Do you sit at a desk or at home for the majority of your day? Do you struggle with pain in your neck, back, and/or shoulders? Although a…

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Fitness

If anyone has fibromyalgia, they might already know it. Although it can be a difficult condition to diagnose, a person who has fibromyalgia will…

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General, Fitness

Author: Parrie Wyatt (former exercise science intern and current CSA at Agape Physical Therapy in Gates)

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With the recent declaration of the opioid crisis as a national emergency it is important to be aware of other treatment options that are…

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Fitness

The Alter-G Treadmill is a revolutionary device enabling reducing loading during walking and running. The treadmill uses differential air…

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Fitness

Even if you don't have a fitness tracker like a Fitbit, you've probably heard that you should strive to take 10,000 steps a day. But where did…

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MRIs for low back pain, especially when it comes to musculoskeletal low back pain, are not just useless – they can actually cause more harm than…

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Injury

If I had a dime for every time one of my patients told me “my hip is out of place,” I’d be a rich man. While I can understand why this is such a…

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General

The words "physical therapy" might prompt memories of the time your tore your ACL or needed help recovering from surgery. But with an…

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Dr. James Weinstein, a back pain specialist and chief executive of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health System, has some advice for most people with lower…

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Injury

Cryotherapy is a fancy word for the non-fancy practice of “putting ice on someone”. We often think about ice decreasing tissue damage, swelling…

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Injury

Patients who suffer from back and neck injuries may need to undergo several different types of corrective care exercises, many of which might…

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Surgery

Osteoarthritis is one of the most common knee conditions, with an estimated 9 million sufferers in the United States alone. In addition to this…

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Injury

The ankle is one of the most fragile parts of the body; therefore, it’s no surprise that many major sports injuries revolve around the ankle.…

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Arthritis

Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. People usually have joint pain and stiffness. Unlike rheumatoid arthritis, it does not…

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Arthritis

As many people begin to age they may start to feel some stiffness and pain in their joints. This typically happens around the ages of 45 to 50,…

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Surgery

You may feel younger than ever – but your hips might indicate otherwise. You want to live an active lifestyle, not remain sitting indoors on the…

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Fitness

Before you know it Spring will be here. It will be time to get back outside and get moving. But don’t think that to get moving means you need to…