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Category Archives: Health & Wellness

20 Dec, 2023

6 Ways Your Health Can Improve Thanks to Physical Therapy

If you’ve recently been injured, fallen ill, or been diagnosed with a medical condition, physical therapy can help you improve your physical health. When you visit NorthPark Medical Group one of our skilled therapists will develop an individualized treatment plan that meets your needs. Treatment in a physical therapy program is a safe, conservative, and

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10 Dec, 2023

Looking For a Drug-Free Way to Manage Your Arthritis Pain? Try Physical Therapy.

Many people with arthritis believe that daily pain is a given. But the truth is, stiffness and discomfort don’t have to be a part of our everyday lives. And you don’t have to rely on harmful drugs for temporary pain relief either. If you’ve been losing more and more of your mobility and productivity due

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20 May, 2023

Move with Ease Once Again by Relieving Your Hip and Knee Pains

Joint pain is one of the most common forms of pain to develop with age. Whether as a result of wear and tear over time, or as a result of an injury that never healed correctly, joint pain can significantly interfere with your quality of life and ability to move around freely. Two of the

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10 May, 2023

Stay Active During Your 9-5 Job With These 5 Simple Tips!

Would it feel awkward or embarrassed if you were discovered doing jumping jacks at work? We hope not, and we believe that many successful businesses would applaud the effort! It’s becoming increasingly well recognized that remaining physically active during the workday is beneficial, not only to your health but also to your productivity. It can

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10 Jun, 2022

Seeking Natural Pain Relief? Physical Therapy Could Be Your Answer

Ready to Find Pain Relief Without the Side Effects of Opioids? In today’s world, pain is a major issue. An estimated one out of every five Americans suffers from chronic pain, with 8% of those suffering from pain so severe that they are unable to carry out their daily tasks. It’s no surprise, then, that

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20 Nov, 2021

5 Ways To Get More Physical Activity Into Your Everyday Routine

We lead very sedentary lives nowadays. According to PT in Motion News, 80 percent of Americans aren’t meeting physical activity guidelines set forth by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Finding the time or the motivation to exercise is difficult for many people. However, maintaining a high level of physical activity can give

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12 May, 2021

Take Control of Your Life Again With Physical Therapy

It’s important to lead a healthy, strong, and active lifestyle. If you suffer from a chronic pain condition, this kind of lifestyle is not always within your reach. If the very thought of going out and exercising with your aches and pains leaves you feeling uncomfortable or nervous, know that there is a simpler solution

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3 May, 2021

3 Stretches For a Better, Brighter Morning

Some of us are morning people, and some of us aren’t. Think about it for a second, how do you wake up every day? Do you greet the morning with a smile, or do you wince in anticipation of the pain you’re about to experience once you get out of bed? If it hurts you

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20 May, 2020

How to Be Healthier, Stronger and More Active

When you get right down to it, health doesn’t have anything to do with looking like a supermodel; it’s really about having a body whose every system is in good working order. The great news is that you have more control over everything happening in your body — from your circulation to your breathing and stress

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20 Oct, 2019

The Role of Physical Therapy in Relieving Chronic Pain

Chronic pain affects more than 100 million people in the U.S. and 20-30% of the global population, reports the National Institutes of Health Office of Disease Prevention. Moreover, experts predict chronic pain will increase in prevalence as people age into later adulthood. Finding relief for pain also continues to evolve, especially as health providers become

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