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Direct Access

By Ryan Malm - CC's Staff On this frigid Monday, I would like to address a topic that has been asked quite a bit in our clinic recently regarding “direct access”. In today’s world, the term “access” seems to carry with it a sense of exclusivity- such as getting...

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Falling from grace

By Christine Reiser - CC's Staff As of this morning, I've cued 709 hours of yoga. And in that time, I've adopted a pretty consistent theme in my wording - mobilize the spine, stabilize the core, and uplift that newly opened heart. After hundreds of hours of teaching,...

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year

By Ryan Malm - CC's Staff October is National Physical Therapy Month! Falling leaves, pumpkin spice everything, and the Vikings still have a winning record. It must be October. October has a special meaning for all of us here at CC’s Physical Therapy - it’s National...

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Finding balance

By Christine Reiser - CC's Staff As a yoga teacher, my responsibility is to ask the question "why". What's the goal behind the movement, the intention of the physical piece of the practice? Most yogis will tell you they practice yoga to find balance, be it in your...

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It pays to play

By Christine Reiser - CC's Staff You've got to play to win, right? And boy, oh boy, do I love to play. An identical twin, a Leo, and a former athlete, I love the thrill of good old competition. Who doesn't? And it was from my competitive mindset that our March Madness...

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Hey there sway back.

By Christine Reiser - CC's Staff Ok. Let’s talk about your psoas. The iliopsoas is a two muscle team made up of the psoas major and the iliacus. These muscles originate in the lower back and connect to the front of the hip joint. The psoas connects the upper and lower...

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