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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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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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Spice It Up with Cross-Training

By ARC - 9th February 2015

If “variety is the spice of life,” then it should also be true of your workout regimen!

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Spotlight On: ARC’s New Therapist, Ashleigh Jardine, PT

By ARC - 6th February 2015

Spotlight On: ARC’s Newest Therapist – Ashleigh Jardine, PT Hi there! My name is Ashleigh, and I’m the newest member of the ARC Physical Therapy team. If I...

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Veterans Day Tribute

By ARC - 4th November 2014

In honor of Veterans Day 2014, ARC Physical Therapy interviews 3 patients that are veterans.

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Physical Therapy and Breast Cancer

By ARC - 7th October 2014

 By Kristin Kenny, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist As we look back on October,  Breast Cancer Awareness Month obviously comes to mind. Did your therapist mention that October was also National Physical...

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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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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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