By ARC - 20th November 2015

Walk off your big Thanksgiving meal - make it a family outing!

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Annual Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting – Woodridge

By ARC - 12th November 2015

Bring the entire family over to see Santa at the North end of Seven Bridges, Woodridge (at Main Street) for a festive tradition!

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Fascia and Inflammation

By ARC - 16th October 2015

When something harmful or irritating affects a part of our body, there is a biological response to try to remove the harmful stimuli, and to protect that part of the body from further damage. The signs and symptoms of inflammation (swelling, pain, and muscle spasm) 1, specifically acute inflammation, show that the body is trying to heal itself.

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Non-Traditional Weight Loss at ARC

By ARC - 8th October 2015

The techniques are simple to learn and practice, with no wear and tear on your body. Slight modifications in your diet are also helpful, but are not necessary (suggestions for dietary modifications will be provided). Exercise is also an option but not necessary. Safe and easy exercise options will also be provided.

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Pregnancy and Post-Partum Related Pelvic Health Tips

By ARC - 5th October 2015

Lower back or abdominal discomfort in pregnancy can be eased by use of support belts (for sacroiliac joint support or abdomen support)- ask a pelvic floor physical therapist which support belt may offer you the most relief.

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Pelvic Pain Related Pelvic Health Tips

By ARC - 2nd October 2015

You should not experience abdominal pain with exercise or childcare. If you do, you could have an abdominal muscle separation.

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Bowel Related Pelvic Health Tips

By ARC - 30th September 2015

Fecal incontinence, or involuntary loss of gas or stool, can be related to pelvic floor weakness which can be improved upon with muscle re-training and strengthening with a skilled pelvic floor physical therapist.

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Urinary Related Pelvic Health Tips

By ARC - 29th September 2015

Sit when you urinate (no squatting or hovering over the toilet), it allows your pelvic floor muscles to relax as they should to work properly.

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No More Painful Foam Rolling for the Iliotibial Band (IT Band)

By ARC - 1st September 2015

For years many of us, myself included, have spent countless hours lying on our sides on a foam roll “rolling out” our iliotibial bands (ITB). Usually it is helpful, but can be painful as well. After rolling out the ITB it seems to be looser and less sensitive to touch (at least for a while), but the tightness and sensitivity to touch comes back.

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Woodridge Wellness Fair 2015

By ARC - 19th August 2015

This FREE event will include a LifeSource Blood Drive, free/discounted health services, samples, and wellness consultations!

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