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4 Steps to Minimize Pain and Maximize Productivity on Your Computer

According to OSHA, ergonomics is defined as the science of fitting workplace conditions and job demands to the capabilities of the working population. Effective and successful “fits” assure high productivity, avoidance of illness and injury risks, and increased satisfaction among the workforce. Experts at UCLA agree, the four key components to think about when it […]

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Laughter is Good Medicine

Have you ever noticed that your day can completely change for the better when someone smiles at you? How about the mood boost that comes from a moment of laughter with others? It is difficult to feel negative when you are surrounded by laughter. Laughter has been said to be contagious. Is this a coincidence […]

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Fasting After Feasting

Food is a gift from God, yet most of us fail to realize that eating is actually a type of spiritual act or experience. Many of us live in a near continual state of satiety and this has created a false sense of contentment and indulgent habit patterns that spread into other parts of our […]

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No Pain, No Gain

As a physical therapist for well over 20 years, I have treated thousands of people who come into the office in physical pain. Some have recently begun to have pain and that’s why they went to the doctor in the first place and others have been in pain for many months or many years and […]

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Stressed Out?

Let’s face it, most of us are running ragged and stressed out from hectic school schedules, work projects and deadlines, and busy family responsibilities, just to name a few. Why and how do we get ourselves in these situations where we feel totally stressed out? I would say a large percentage of the stress in […]

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Get Strong Today

As a physical therapist, one of the main parts of my job is the get my patients strong so they can return to function at home, at work, and in sports. Sparing you all the physiologic details of the process, the basics to build and strengthen a muscle involve giving it a workload that is […]

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