by Joe Allen, PT, DPT, OCS PTSMC Newington As we move into 2017, what better time to start talking about “resolutions”? Get in shape, save more money, spend more ...
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As the days get longer and warmer, we’re more apt to engage in outdoor activities like walking and running. Spring also begins the season for charity 5k races and half marathons—great inspirations for starting ...
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In the field of physical therapy, patients are treated for a number of different diagnoses. We see everything from sprained ankles to double joint replacements to major accident recovery. One ...
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Did you know that PTSMC writes a column? Drew Gallagher, Partner and Director of our Southbury clinic, contributes a monthly column in the Heritage Villager. His column answers reader submissions, offering advice ...
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It's Monday - you should be proud that you made it through the first day of the work week, not stressing about what healthy option to make for dinner. PTSMC ...
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Dizziness is a common problem that people deal with on a daily basis. Caused by many things, from slight dehydration to vertigo, it doesn't discriminate who it affects. A very recent instance of ...
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Summer is a time when many people panic about how far out of shape they've fallen over the winter and spring months. Perhaps we've been in denial that summer would ever appear ...
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If you spend the majority of the day at your desk, which of the above examples do you resemble the most? If you're anything like the middle and most right examples, ...
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We can all agree that waking up with stiff back is not a great way to start your day. Morning back stiffness can stem from a large number of conditions. ...
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