In order to participate in the physical activities you love, you need to understand how to identify an exercise injury and know how to prevent future injuries from happening. Through planning and education, you can enjoy your workouts, injury-free.
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In many areas of our life, we’re taught that pain is not normal and it’s a sign that we might need some form of intervention or even medical attention, but is the same true for post-workout muscle soreness?
Recently undergoing surgery, an acute or chronic condition, or even degeneration over time can make high-intensity exercise challenging, which is where Blood Flow Restriction Training comes into play.
Once vertigo has been identified, there are ways to treat your symptoms and prevent future vertigo attacks.
Walking is a low-impact activity that can keep your body lubricated, strengthens your muscles, improves your energy levels, reduces stress, and even improves your cardiovascular health.
Even though the threat of heat illness is serious, there are still many ways to enjoy the outdoors safely this summer.
Tidewater Physicians Multispecialty Group is pleased to announce that TPMG Physical Therapist, Michael Bolosan. PT, DPT earned his certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation.
Many runners will encounter some form of injury, but whether you are new to the sport or a long-time runner, following these guidelines can help reduce your risk for injury.
If you’ve ever experienced an injury on the golf course, it’s a good idea to talk to a physical therapist with a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) certification.
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