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Movement is Medicine: How much is enough? 

    In last week’s article the words exercise, and exertion were turned around and physical activity and movement as more appealing ideas were presented.  We discussed why physical activity is important, the benefits of movement and what counts as …
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Movement is Medicine

Many of us hear about the importance of exercise for physical and mental health.  But what if we don’t like to exercise?  What if that word just makes us roll our eyes or want to give up?  Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary …
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Scoliosis – Spinal Curvature

    This is part one of a two-part series on Scoliosis (scole-lee-oh-sis).  Scoliosis is a spinal condition that results in a lateral bend of your spine. Physical therapy (PT) for scoliosis may be beneficial to help you relieve pain, …
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FACTS ABOUT STUTTERING

With stuttering a topic of national interest in the news, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is working to put out the facts about this speech disorder and how to seek help from speech-language pathologists (SLPs). ASHA offers a variety of …
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More Than Just a Bump on the Head

    Concussion has been in the news more and more in the last few years.  We usually think of it in relation to athletes, football players.  There is a growing realization of concussion in many populations, not just athletes.  …
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Advice From A (once) Picky Eater!

  Trying new foods sometimes can be easy for you and sometimes can be hard for you. If it is hard for you, it may be because of the way the food looks, smells, or tastes. A lot of times …
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