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Avoid Leg Cramps at Night

Are you being awoken from your slumber by a nasty leg cramp? You're not alone, nocturnal leg cramps are common with 60% of the general population reporting some instances of being awoken by the cramping sensation in their calf, quad, or hamstring with…

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Cane, Crutch, and Walker 101

Canes and Crutches are often prescribed to individuals who need assistance when walking in order to stay balanced and prevent falls. Perhaps you just underwent surgery and are instructed to use the assistive device for a short period of time with…

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Student-Athletes: COVID-19 Impact

Our communities continue to see the impact that COVID-19 is having on our daily lives. Since COVID-19 hit we have adjusted the way we interact with each other, we have dealt with increased healthcare protocols and procedures and we have changed…

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Hip Pain and Pregnancy

The long 9-month road of pregnancy will undoubtedly lead to a woman developing all different aches and pains. One big complaint heard in the clinic is that of hip pain. There is no doubt that the body is undergoing some major changes in its preparation for…

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Sleeping While Pregnant

Sleeping is vital to everyone but especially with pregnant women, it becomes even more of an important topic. Considering the emotional and physical demands that are placed on a pregnant woman’s body, the increased amount of fatigue experienced is not hard to understand. Once you…

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Low Back Pain and Pregnancy

During pregnancy significant changes occur that will have an effect on the body in many ways, often leading to complaints of lower back pain. With the average weight gain between 25-35 pounds, increased hormones, postural changes, sleep disruption, and increased…

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