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Africa and Physical Therapy – What Do They Have In Common?

So what do Africa and physical therapy have in common? Not much, except for a lot of different types of movement. Earlier this summer, I spent one month traveling around Southern Africa — Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana and South Africa. We

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Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a disease of the bones, which occurs when you lose too much bone, make too little bone, or both. Osteoporosis literally means “porous bone”. The holes and spaces that are found within bone are much larger in osteoporotic

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Are you at risk for injury?

Now that Fall sports are in full swing and the upcoming ski season is looming, how do you know where you are on the injury risk spectrum? This is an essential question that is best answered by a Physical Therapist

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Put An End To Back Pain

Back Pain

Physical therapy often offers best path to relief. Almost all of us at some point have incurred a musculoskeletal injury that has slowed us down and kept us out of the game. If the statistics hold true, 80 percent of

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What MTI Physical Therapy Can Do for Runners

Gait

Our last blog post was all about Spring being the time for running. This post focuses on how MTI can help you get the most out of your running season. 1. Evaluate strength and endurance of the trunk and lower

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Spring Is The Time for Running

Runner

Out of over 280 million Americans, 30 million are runners. With running, you put 3 to 4 times your body weight through your lower extremity and back joints. The most common injury is to the knees. For runners over 40

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