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Finding Sleep Beyond Counting Sheep By: Megan Piersol Do you spend numerous nights waking up wondering why it has only been an hour since you went to bed? Do you wake up several times in the middle of the night and have trouble going back to bed? Do you have a mind that won’t stop racing at night? Have you have tried most “remedies” for sleep, yet have failed? Have you tried not watching TV, turning off all technology hours before bed, placing blackout curtains in your ro...
Posted on 2018-08-10
Considering a Hip Replacement? Are you, your parents, or someone you know considering having a hip replacement?  Or maybe you have decided you need one, you just are deciding which surgeon you want to perform the procedure.  It can be slightly overwhelming to consider the procedure and all that goes into it. Like with all things, knowledge is power.  The more you can know and understand going into surgery, the less scary it will be and the more prepared you can be for after sur...
Posted on 2018-08-02
3 Lessons You Can Learn from My Epic Boogie Board Fail!. by Tamer Issa, PT, DPT. I suffered what at the time seemed like a terrible accident, one month ago on the Saturday before the 4th of July while at Rehoboth Beach for a weekend getaway with my family.  I was happily boogie boarding with my 2 boys and family friends when a wave decided to pile drive my face into the bottom of the ocean floor. It all happened so fast. I was in the wrong place at the wrong time.  When I was f...
Posted on 2018-08-02
How to Get the Most Out of Your PT Sessions. Part 3: Budgeting. By: Megan Piersol, DPT By now, you have had time to think about what questions you might want to bring to your therapist and how much of a commitment you are wanting to put in for the rehabilitation process.  The last thing to consider is that you might have to budget time and money if these things don’t come easily to you. Your body lasts longer than your car will, longer than your cell phone will, longer than ...
Posted on 2018-07-20
What If I Don’t Like To Exercise? By: Jesse Lewis, DPT At this point, you’ve probably been told a thousand times that exercise is good for you.  You can’t go a week without someone mentioning it or seeing some headline about how exercise is good for you.  But what if you hate the treadmill or the thought of going into a gym makes you break out into a cold sweat? Exercise doesn’t have to be structured.  As long as you are active and moving, that co...
Posted on 2018-07-12
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