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Ankle Impingement Exercises

Ankle Impingement Exercises

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT March 01, 2021 0 Comments

Whether you’re dealing with a posterior or anterior ankle impingement, quickly addressing your ankle injury with proper treatment will result in quicker recovery. Rebuilding ankle function is crucial and a well-rounded treatment plan should include appropriate ankle impingement exercises that focus on both flexibility and strength.
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Ankle Impingement Treatment Plan

Ankle Impingement Treatment Plan

by Patty Weasler, RN March 01, 2021 0 Comments

Do you have ankle pain at the front (anterior) or back (posterior) of your ankle when you straighten out or completely flex your foot? You might have ankle impingement syndrome
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Ankle Impingement Overview

Ankle Impingement Overview

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT March 01, 2021 0 Comments

Do you suffer from pain in the front or back of your ankle? Do you notice that symptoms get worse when you squat, kick a ball, stand on your toes, or walk uphill?
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Choosing the Best Digital Bathroom Scale

Choosing the Best Digital Bathroom Scale

by Juan Lopez February 24, 2021 0 Comments

Whether you’re looking to upgrade your current bathroom scale or better track of your health, fitness, or weight loss journey; you’ll need to choose a digital scale equipped with the right features and functionality to meet your needs.
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Pulled Groin Muscle Overview

Pulled Groin Muscle Overview

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT February 14, 2021 0 Comments

A groin pull or strain can be frustrating, as it can hinder mobility, affect daily activities, and take a long time to heal. The injury is common to athletes, but anyone who partakes in physical activity can suffer from its painful symptoms. A pulled groin muscle can happen after a fall, during exercise, or seemingly out of nowhere. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know to prevent a groin pull then dive deeper into our guide for more on recovery.
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Pain Relief & Proper Pulled Groin Treatment

Pain Relief & Proper Pulled Groin Treatment

by Patty Weasler, RN February 14, 2021 0 Comments

A groin strain is a common sports injury that is felt in the inner thigh where the muscle meets the pelvic bone. You don’t need to be an athlete to experience this painful muscle strain. Once you have a diagnosis, a proper groin treatment plan will be focused on healing the injured muscles and tendons. Keep scrolling to learn the best conserative treatments and your options when it comes to professional guidance for your groin injury
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How to Perform Pulled Groin Stretches

How to Perform Pulled Groin Stretches

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT February 14, 2021 0 Comments

One of the best ways to prevent and treat a pulled groin is to stretch the groin muscles. When you mix tightness in the inner thigh and quick moving sports or activities you have a much higher risk of pulling your groin muscles. Routine stretching will loosen those muscles decreasing the likelihood of groin injury or reinjury. Check out the video above from physical therapist, Dr. David Lee for helpful stretches and exercises or keep scrolling to learn the best pulled groin stretches.
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8 Groin Strain Exercises

8 Groin Strain Exercises

by Jessica Hegg February 14, 2021 0 Comments

Straining your groin, or the adductor muscles , can leave you feeling stiff, sore, and unable to keep up with the activities you love. Expedite your recovery by incorporating safe groin strain exercises into your home treatment program. Exercise is an essential component for healing and preventing groin injuries . Keep scrolling to get the best exercises to heal your groin strain .
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Pulled Groin or Hernia? Why the Confusion

Pulled Groin or Hernia? Why the Confusion

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT February 14, 2021 0 Comments

Groin strains are more common in the younger population when people are active and playing sports. However, if you’re past your high school and college days, the closer you get to 65 years old, the more likely it is that pain in your groin is caused by a hernia. These two conditions can be easily confused yet have slightly different treatment options and risks associated with them. Today, we will dive into how to differentiate between a pulled groin or hernia.
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Stretches & Exercises for Morton’s Neuroma

Stretches & Exercises for Morton’s Neuroma

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT February 06, 2021 0 Comments

Morton’s neuroma, or an intermetatarsal neuroma, causes foot pain on the ball of your foot, third and fourth toes and affects people of all activity levels. Luckily, this foot condition responds well to rest, conservative treatment options, and exercise. Keep scrolling to get the best Morton’s Neuroma exercises for your recovery and learn how they will improve pain in the bottom of your foot and metatarsalgia.
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Your Guide to Morton’s Neuroma Treatment

Your Guide to Morton’s Neuroma Treatment

by Patty Weasler, RN February 06, 2021 0 Comments

Morton’s Neuroma mostly affects women with burning pain and feeling as if walking with a marble on the ball of your foot. Characterized by inflammation and thickening of the nerve between the bones in the toe, a proper Morton’s Neuroma treatment plan is necessary for a full recovery. Read on to learn how swift treatment can help relieve Morton’s Neuroma and it’s painful symptoms.
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Morton's Neuroma Overview

Morton's Neuroma Overview

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT February 06, 2021 0 Comments

If you have persistent pain in your foot and constantly feel like you are walking on pebbles under the ball of your foot, you may have a serious condition known as Morton’s neuroma. It is a rare, painful foot injury that is eight to ten times more common in women than in men, but when left untreated, it can impede your ability to perform daily tasks. Understanding Morton’s neuroma is the first step toward a full recovery--read on to know how you can keep your feet at full performance.
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