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  • Biking revealed to be associated with less knee pain later in life

    A study published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise reveals that people who participated in regular bicycling over their lifetime had a lower prevalence of frequent knee pain, radiographic osteoarthritis (ROA) and symptomatic radiographic osteoarthritis (SOA).

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  • Technological Advancements for Motorcycle Accident Recovery

    Recovering from a motorcycle accident is often fraught with physical and emotional challenges. Fortunately, the field of physical therapy is undergoing a remarkable transformation driven by groundbreaking technological advancements.

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  • What Is Orthopedic Physical Therapy?

    Orthopedics is an area of physical therapy that focuses on musculoskeletal issues, treating conditions affecting mobility, strength and endurance that often cause pain, weakness and range of motion restriction. “In simple terms, we deal with injuries that involve the interplay between muscles, the nerves that innervate them and the bones they act on,”

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  • Exercising while recovering from an injury

    If we are regular in our routine with exercise and physical activity, an injury is bound to happen at some point. They can be very minor, like an ankle roll, that takes a day or two to feel normal, or larger injuries, such as sprains, strains, breaks, bruises, concussions, and more. If exercise is something that led to the injury, how important is exercise to injury recovery?

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  • ‘Micro-breaks’ could break workplace cycle of fatigue and injury

    It may seem like common sense, but there is now hard evidence that short rest breaks prevent muscle fatigue and possible injury — without sacrificing productivity — for people engaged in repetitive manual labour.

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