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Back in Action
How many times have you heard “oh I stopped exercising or being active because of my arthritis”! Very often, patients we speak with make the assumption that it is best to stop being active once they have arthritis in their hip, knee, shoulder or any joint. This line of thinking is based on the belief...
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Have you ever reached out wide for a backhand or jumped to crush an overhead down the line, and thought oops… I just tinkled a little? While this is very common, it is not normal. This may embarrass some, but really the pelvic floor is just a group of muscles that get tight or weak...
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Triangle Physical Therapy Practice Opens Apex Location New Location for Back in Action Physical Therapy Features 2,400 ft2 Space, Cutting Edge Amenities APEX, NC (June 25,2019) — After almost 20 years providing physical therapy services to the Triangle, Back in Action Physical Therapy is opening a brand new clinic in Apex. The 2,400 ft2 facility...
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          Dr. Kristal Nelson PT Board Certified Sports PT You know the feeling. Your legs are heavy, your energy is zapped and you feel like you can’t get enough air. It’s our summer time ritual of transitioning from the cool/dry temps of spring to the dog days of summer. Avoiding heat...
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          Dr. Kristal Nelson PT Board Certified Sports PT Recently I wrote an article entitled Busting the Myths of Tennis Elbow. In this companion article, where we are focusing on the recovery process, I’m offering up some practical advice to help solve the frustrating problem that is tennis elbow so you...
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          Dr. Kristal Nelson PT Board Certified Sports PT You know how frustrating and debilitating “tennis elbow” can be. Much of the frustration stems from misinformation and myths that are passed through the internet and other sources. I also think the medical community has let us down in explaining what this...
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For many people with aches and pains, the first stop on the road to recovery is their primary care doctor’s office. After all, family doctors are who we defer to on most medical concerns. A sore neck or back can indeed be scary, and it’s worth seeking medical advice before proceeding. In many cases, a...
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There is a lot of talk about dehydration and heat related illness with student athletes for good reason. The tragedy at University of Maryland demonstrates the importance of qualified and diligent athletic trainers. In NC, the school’s certified athletic trainer (ATC) is required to oversee the health of the all student athletes during any game...
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Greg Hogan, PT, MPT, CIMT By this point in the year, the boys of summer are ready for anything. We’re convinced our bodies are in peak physical condition. However, as the season goes on, athletes are subjected to the grind of the season. With fatigue, compensation happens, and the chance of injury dramatically increases. Little...
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Levi Moore knew he wanted, and needed, to do something to carry on his late wife Denise Moore’s legacy and memory. Denise, an expectant mother of two unborn twins, Lucas Kenneth and Addison Clara, unexpectedly and tragically passed away in 2016. Levi, along with family and friends, created the Denise H. Moore Memorial Fund as...
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