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Choosing the Best Fitness Tracker

Choosing the Best Fitness Tracker

by Juan Lopez June 17, 2021 0 Comments

Trying to decide on the best fitness tracker watch to meet your health and activity needs? Whether you’re looking to track workouts, vitals, or both, Vive Health offers two great options equipped with all the important features you’ll need.
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The Best Gifts for Men

The Best Gifts for Men

by Jessica Hegg June 13, 2021 0 Comments

Looking for new and creative gifts for men? Whether you’re looking for an anniversary, Father’s Day, Christmas, or birthday gift, whatever the occasion, this list is packed full of fresh gift ideas for him
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Guide to Compression Therapy

Guide to Compression Therapy

by Jessica Hegg June 02, 2021 0 Comments

Compression therapy is a practice that involves the use of compression to encourage blood flow and reduce swelling. It is a non-invasive way to treat several conditions that cause poor circulation throughout your body.
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Therapy Putty 101

Therapy Putty 101

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT May 21, 2021 0 Comments

Therapy putty is a great rehabilitation tool for recovering from finger, hand, and wrist injuries. It is used by both physical therapists and occupational therapists alike as a favorite for treating a wide range of injuries.
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Running with Metatarsalgia: Tips to Beat the Pain

Running with Metatarsalgia: Tips to Beat the Pain

by Patty Weasler, RN May 18, 2021 0 Comments

If you’re experiencing pain from metatarsalgia, running is generally not recommended to keep because of the high impact it puts directly on your ball of the foot, midfoot, and forefoot. However, if you’re trying to prevent foot pain or you are in the final stages of recovery, you might be wondering how to start (or get back to) a safe running routine.
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How it Works: Metatarsalgia Taping

How it Works: Metatarsalgia Taping

by Patty Weasler, RN May 18, 2021 0 Comments

Metatarsalgia is a common cause of foot pain. It’s characterized by pain in the ball of the foot and can be caused by overuse, high impact sports, and poor shoe support.
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Metatarsalgia Stretches & Exercises

Metatarsalgia Stretches & Exercises

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT May 18, 2021 0 Comments

Metatarsalgia pain can quickly throw off the mechanics within your entire body. Try these basic stretches and metatarsalgia exercises for the foot, ankle and lower body to prevent painful symptoms from affecting your daily life.
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The Best Options for Metatarsalgia Treatment

The Best Options for Metatarsalgia Treatment

by Patty Weasler, RN May 18, 2021 0 Comments

Metatarsalgia treatment will be dependent on the severity and cause of your foot pain. This condition is typically caused by overuse and high-impact sports that put excess pressure on the ball of the foot.
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How to Improve Kitchen Safety for Seniors

How to Improve Kitchen Safety for Seniors

by Jessica Hegg May 11, 2021 0 Comments

The kitchen is considered the heart of the home but it is also a room that is filled with safety risks, especially for those aging at home and who may be experiencing a decline in vision, mobility, strength, balance, coordination, or cognitive function. 
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Heat Therapy Guide for Post Injury

Heat Therapy Guide for Post Injury

by Patty Weasler, RN April 29, 2021 0 Comments

Heat therapy boasts an easy, inexpensive home treatment option that can relieve all sorts of aches and pains from lower back pain and muscle injuries to joint pain from osteoarthritis.
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Flat Feet Treatments that Relieve Pain

Flat Feet Treatments that Relieve Pain

by Patty Weasler, RN April 23, 2021 0 Comments

Flat feet is a common condition where the arch of the foot partially or completely touches the ground when you walk. Some people may not even realize they have flat feet and experience minimal or no foot pain because of it.
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7 Flat Feet Exercises to Help Relieve Pain

7 Flat Feet Exercises to Help Relieve Pain

by Jaydee Vykoukal, PT, DPT April 23, 2021 0 Comments

Flat feet, also known as pes planus or fallen arches, can occur at any age. Whether it’s from genetics or an injury, having no arch can throw your mechanics.  While flat feet are most often asymptomatic; occasionally, pain and stiffness can occur. When it comes to flat feet, exercises can help build strength, support your arch, and improve your foot and ankle mechanics with movement. Keep reading for the best exercises you can do for flat feet.
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