• Suffering From “Mall Back” This Holiday Season?

    Dr. Andrew Beardslee, PT, DPT December 13, 2017

    Is your holiday shopping becoming a literal pain?  Many people experience pain I refer to as “Mall Back.”  This may be familiar – you meander around the shopping mall or the grocery store, and a nagging dull pain throbs in the small of the back.  The same can happen when you stand for long durations, such as when cooking holiday meals.

  • Why Headaches Are a Pain In The Neck

    Debbie Clarke, PT, MPT, CIDN November 14, 2017

    Headaches are the most common form of pain and one of the most common reasons people miss days at work or school or visit the doctor. As someone who has suffered from frequent headaches for many years, I have a personal interest in educating others about headaches especially in the treatment of headaches.

  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

    Rachel Cameron, PT, DPT August 07, 2017

    ​Have you ever suffered from pain in your jaw or clicking/popping when you open your mouth or chew food? What about stiffness or tightness in your jaw or face when talking, chewing or belting out to your favorite song in your car? If so, you may be suffering from dysfunction of your temporomandibular joint (TMJ).

  • Staying Healthy as a New Parent

    Dr. Matthew DeLange, PT, DPT July 10, 2017

    For one reason or another our company seems to be under a baby boom with 7 employees/former employees having had a baby, or soon to be, in a period of about 15 months. While last month’s topic for the blog discussed exercises for pregnant mothers, this month focuses on exercises as well as other ways to care for yourself as a new parent.