Too Quick to Cut the Carpal Tunnel?

Carpal tunnel syndrome makes up almost 50% of injuries in the workplace. Pain of the wrist or hand, impairments of hand function, and impaired pinch strength can be common traits of carpal tunnel syndrome. Missing work is a common occurrence with carpal tunnel surgery, and this can have a large impact on finances of employees…
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3 Solutions for Workplace Fatigue

As technology continues to advance, people are performing much less manual labor jobs and finding themselves in front of a computer or desk. I have previously discussed the dangers of sitting and three top exercises for people who sit all day. If someone sits all day, a sit to stand desk can be a great…
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3 Ways to Help Keep Baby’s Hips Healthy

Human development is truly one of the most fascinating things in life. There is something so precious about babies cuddling, children smiling, and a child saying, “I love you” for the first time. From a physical development perspective, one common, often preventable problem is developmental dysplasia of the hips. Developmental dysplasia is a condition where…
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3 Changes During Pregnancy That Can Lead to Low Back & SI Pain

Childbearing can be a wonderful experience, but it is never a pain-free experience. Pain may come from various sources, including the low back and sacroiliac joints. Some pains during pregnancy may be unavoidable, but low back pain does not have to be the norm. Often people want to know why low back pain so common…
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Baseball Pitch Counts and Curve Balls

Fastballs, home runs, steals, and squeeze bunts are but a few of the things that make baseball exciting. Although baseball may be slower than other games, the arms are as fast as can be. Arm speeds can reach up to over 7000 degrees per second while throwing a baseball. As baseball season approaches and games…
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Shoulder Resistance Training: 3 Crucial Mistakes You’re Making

Resistance training, or weight lifting, is recommended for almost all ages. Resistance training is great for improving lean muscle mass, strength, power, endurance, and overall health. You might think, “Well, I don’t have any problems right now, so why do I need to lift weights?” Besides all of its great general health benefits, arguably one…
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6 Check Points for Returning to Spring Running

As spring arrives and temperatures begin to warm, the trails and sidewalks begin to fill with people who are excited to get out of the home or office. Some prefer to walk with pets or friends, others prefer to walk alone. If you are anything like me, you are excited to get back to running…
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Seasonal Safety: Home Check-up Tips for Spring

Anytime the season changes; it’s smart to make some seasonal safety checks through the inside and outside of your home. The fall and winter months can cause your home to endure some serious wear and tear. So it’s important to do a check-up to address any damage before the spring and summer elements make matters…
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