Category: Fitness

Stretching

Relieve Your Pain and Improve Your Flexibility by Stretching!

March 20th, 2020

One of the biggest parts of physical therapy is stretching. In almost every physical therapy treatment plan, there is some incorporation of targeted stretches. Stretching can benefit anyone – from athletes looking to improve their technique to older folks looking to relieve chronic aches and pains.  Stretching not only helps with flexibility improvement; it also

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6 Ways Physical Therapy can Improve Your Quality of Life

February 20th, 2020

Are you recovering from a recent injury or surgical procedure? Do you notice your muscles feeling painful or achy throughout the day? Are you living with a chronic condition that causes constant discomfort?  Whatever the case may be, physical therapy can help improve your health. While there are many benefits to physical therapy, below are

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Manage Your Pain Without the Need for Potentially Harmful Drugs

January 20th, 2020

If you are living with pain, you know how limiting it can be. Chronic pain, or pain lasting for three months or longer, is usually indicative of an underlying condition that needs to be treated. While medication is effective in masking pain in the short term, it won’t provide any relief in the long term.

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Are You Ready to Say Goodbye to Your Aches and Pains? Physical Therapy Can Help!

January 10th, 2020

Do you feel achy when you wake up in the morning? While this is a normal occurrence from time to time, waking up every morning with aches and pains can be a sign of a deeper issue.  If you have painful sensations in the morning for no apparent reason, don’t hesitate to contact PerformaX Elite

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Want to Relieve Your Arthritis Pains Quickly? We’ve Got You Covered

December 24th, 2019

Arthritis results in joint inflammation that can cause aches, pains, stiffness, and limited mobility. While there are over 100 types of arthritis, they are typically split into two categories: monoarthritis, meaning only one joint is affected, and oligoarthritis, meaning multiple joints are affected. Are you living with arthritis? If so, you know how limiting it

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