Health Blog


To stretch or not to stretch?

15th July , 2014

As we are approaching the fall season and continuing with our year round activities, warming up in the colder weather is just as important as staying cool was for the summer heat. Staying warm and warming up is more than just putting on another layer of clothes or wearing gloves. Some people think that “increasing

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Myth Buster: Diastasis Recti Is Not Normal- Get It Fixed!

20th June , 2014

What Is It? Diastasis Recti is a separation of the abdominal wall that occurs most frequently in pregnancy. It can look or feel like a ridge down the middle of your stomach when your abdominals contract. (Diastasis Recti, 2013). It has shown to occur in 50-60% of pregnancies during the 2nd and 3rd trimester (Boissonnault,

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Get the Most out of Physical Therapy

20th May , 2014

Physical Therapists are experts at treating and preventing physical causes of pain and movement dysfunction. Our goal is to expedite and facilitate our body’s natural ability to heal. By using specific hands-on techniques, and most importantly active movement and exercise, we can improve the efficiency of how we move and heal. However, pain, healing, and

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Powerful Exercise Advice for Staying Injury Free

20th March , 2014

I wish I had a dollar for every time someone said to me, “no pain no gain!” This idea is pervasive in the world of exercise and fitness. But is it true? Normal Response to a Workout Muscle burn associated with working out may be uncomfortable, but most do not consider it pain. This normal

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Our Fremont Clinic Has Moved!

10th March , 2014

Our Fremont Clinic has moved downstairs to Suite 210  in our current building! You can now find us at: 3601 Fremont Avenue N, Suite 210 Seattle, WA 98103 Our phone number, fax number and email address have not changed: p: 206.48.1522 f: 425.746.2471 e: You can access our clinic either through the front of

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Got Headaches?

20th February , 2014

None of us enjoy having a headache. But yet, many people suffer from them daily. In the general population, headaches have a reported prevalence of 16%, where 5% of adults experience them on a daily basis (Castillo et al, 1999). Many more headaches go unreported. They often can be debilitating, make us stay home from

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Avoiding Winter Sports Injuries

11th December , 2013

Winter sports are a great way to stay active during colder months, as long as you participate with common sense and caution. Do not take on more than your skill level will safely allow, and wear protective equipment to ensure you can enjoy your sport for the full winter season! Before heading out on a

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19th November , 2013

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 bone than in normal bone, making it less dense and weaker. This causes the bone

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