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Outdoor Exercise

By ARC - 28th March 2013

  ~By Amy Eggleston, PT, MSPT     People who exercise regularly are healthier physically and mentally, have more energy, think more clearly and sleep better.  Regular exercise...

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When Should You See the Foot Doctor?

By ARC - 28th March 2013

  ~By Jared Frankel, DPM The human foot and ankle are a marvel of creation. Being one of the most difficult apparatus to recreate with a prosthesis for...

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Change of Habit

By ARC - 18th March 2013

~By Natalie Nelson   When I was growing up, my father was a chef. In my house meals were a special occasion, not just eating to satisfy our...

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Getting Personal with Rehab

By ARC - 11th March 2013

    ~By Greg Grzesiak   In the spring of 2005 I had a lot of free time on my hands. I had graduated from college from the...

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What’s for Dinner? Resources for People with Food Sensitivities

By ARC - 4th March 2013

  ~By Annie Dietzen   I’ve always enjoyed cooking, it’s just figuring out what to cook that can be problematic.  My son and I both have several food...

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Scoliosis and the the plight of Deenie

By ARC - 25th February 2013

  ~by Amy McDowell, P.T.   The well-known children’s and young adult author Judy Blume wrote a book in 1973 called Deenie.  It was about a 13 year...

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To Stretch or Not To Stretch-That is the Question

By ARC - 18th February 2013

  ~By Meagan LaCour     Stretching before a workout is just as important as it is after a workout. When my high school track coach had us...

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Yoga, Pilates, Ballet…Oh My!

By ARC - 11th February 2013

    ~by Sara Sicking   For the past 6 months I have been trying to work out more and eat better. With my wedding in September being...

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Walk Away from Foot Pain

By AnitaLanute - 4th February 2013

      ~ by Marty O’Shea, PT, OCS, JSCC Do you feel sharp heel pain when you take your first steps in the morning? Have you felt...

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Rheumatoid Arthritis-What Is It?

By AnitaLanute - 28th January 2013

 ~By Annie Dietzen PT, DPT, MS Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease in which the body mistakenly attacks the lining, or synovium, of the joints.  This can...

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