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Do you have that bloated, achy, and weak feeling in your core since delivery of your baby? Do you feel like you have a “pooch” and still get asked when you are due at several months or years post-partum? Some may have heard the phrase “mommy tummy”, whereas others may have heard its more medical...
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Hip surgeries come in all different shapes and sizes: from total hip replacements to removal of spurs and repairs of labral tears or fractures.  They can all be scary, but are nowadays some of the easiest to recover from.  The hip joint is the deepest and most stable of the ball and socket joints, and...
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Updated for Phase II – May 2020 As NC enters Phase II of reopening, Back in Action is continuing its measures to keep people safe while they receive top-notch rehabilitation. Along with our regular meticulous cleaning of clinic surfaces with virucidal and bactericidal disinfectant, hand-washing and hand sanitizing between patients, patients are required to use...
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There is a lot of talk about the acute care of COVID-19 patients while hospitalized, but what happens once the patient is discharged? How does the patient recover and regain cardio-pulmonary health and strength? The primary problem with COVID-19 patients is they compromised lung function. The lungs are where gas exchange occurs to get oxygen...
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Back in Action Physical Therapy co-founder, owner and physical therapist Dr. Kristal Nelson PT, DPT, SCS, was featured in a recent news story from ABC11 on how physical therapy comes into play for survivors of COVID-19. Click the play button below to watch the video.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way the world is working and learning. Working from home comes with its challenges, both mentally and physically. Spending hours each day at a work station that doesn’t promote good posture and body mechanics can leave you with back and neck pain, eye strain, and can limit your productivity....
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Have you ever had low back pain?  You are not alone.  Not only is low back pain common, but it is the leading cause of disability worldwide, can be very costly to treat and can lead to unneeded and ineffective care.[1] It causes missed time at work and limited ability to perform daily routines and...
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Get prepared for your ski trip with these simple preconditioning exercises to perform to help reduce skiing injuries while hitting the slopes. Before heading to the slopes to partake in winter sports such as skiing you need to prepare your body! The ski season brings fun in the snow, but with that comes common injuries. ...
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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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