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Feeding the Pain

By ARC - 22nd August 2014

Physical Therapist Alison Brown Ferguson discusses the connection between inflammation in your body and the foods that may be causing it.

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Wellness in the Water

By ARC - 28th July 2014

    By Amy McDowell, P.T.   With summer speeding by, make sure you don’t miss out on enjoying the weather by swimming in a nearby beach, lake...

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Join Us on August 26 & 27, 2014 at the Senior Lifestyle Expo!

By ARC - 25th July 2014

“Chart the Course and Set Sail” at the 19th Annual Senior Lifestyle Expo    The Expo will feature:   Outstanding Entertainment  “Senior Idol” Competition   Connecting the Generations Writing Challenge  Fun...

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Not Just an Office Injury

By ARC - 14th July 2014

  Many people associate carpal tunnel syndrome with office-related careers, however, anyone who works with their hands on a daily basis can suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome. According...

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How to Avoid Injury as You Start a Running or Walking Program

By ARC - 4th June 2014

  ~By Amie King, PT   Ahhhh…. Finally, finally, FINALLY Spring has come to Chicago!!   After so many months of brutal temperatures keeping most of us inside, we...

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Spring is in the Air . . .and at Your Fingertips!

By ARC - 30th April 2014

  ~By Shannon Halverson     With more attention focused on health and well-being these days, more and more often are we seeing community gardens spring up all...

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Top 10 Reasons to Talk to Your Doctor About Bone Health

By ARC - 30th April 2014

    ~By Alison Ferguson, PT       May is National Osteoporosis Month.  Listed below are 10 reasons why you should learn your risk factors for osteoporosis...

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The Benefits of Yoga

By ARC - 3rd April 2014

      ~By Elissa Peterson, Manager CorePower Yoga       Vinyasa Yoga is a moving meditation- the mind quiets while the body moves, flowing from one...

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Strengthening the “Core” Muscles of the Foot

By ARC - 3rd April 2014

The intrinsic muscles are like the “core” muscles of the foot. Because they are deep and don’t cross over too many joints, they can work well in stabilizing and protecting the arch and structures within the foot. If the foot intrinsic muscles are weak, the foot structures are more prone to increased stress and injury. Strengthening the intrinsic muscles of the foot is good for people with foot injuries and for those looking to prevent injury.

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Inspiring Ideas for Indoor Play

By ARC - 3rd March 2014

  ~By Shannon Valko, Owner   Inspiring Ideas for Indoor Play This Winter As the owner of Little Beans Cafe, I’m a true believer in the power of...

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