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Upper Crossed Syndrome

Upper crossed syndrome–it is a state of chronic tightness of certain muscle group and is commonly seen in patients that work desk jobs/in front of a computer screen for many hours. If you are wondering, hmmm, does that picture above look like me?? Or if you have any history of or current neck pain, upper back pain/stiffness, jaw pain, or headache………..

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Knee Pain with Squats

Knee Pain with Squats

January surprised me in the clinic as I saw an overwhelming amount of knee pain in patient’s that were exercising. To be clear – you should NEVER have knee pain with squats or lunges. In all these patients’ situation, FORM was the common denominator causing their pain……..

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Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic, sounds fancy doesn’t it? As fancy as the name sounds, the reality of a cervicogenic is anything but desirable. Cervicogenic headaches are common, accounting for roughly 15-20% of headaches. Fortunately, they respond well to therapy interventions. Pain that is localized in the neck and base of skull……..

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Keeping Those New Years Resolutions

Keeping Those New Years Resolutions

By Jenny Johnson- CC's Staff Keeping Those New Years Resolutions “I’m going to eat healthy this year.” “My goal is to lose weight this year.” “I’m going to train for a half marathon this year.” “I’m going to stop smoking this year.” Any of this sound familiar? Of...

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Move 2 Perform

Move 2 Perform

By Calvin Crawford - CC's Staff      Well the biggest fitness push of the year is here – January! Are you looking to take your performance to the next level? What is holding you back from your personal best run? Why does that one person keep beating you in that bike...

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Where You Start Is Where You End

Where You Start Is Where You End

By Erin Reidman – CC’s Staff – Where you start is where you end. I was recently at a continuing education course and this quote from the instructor stuck with me. We were discussing research related to prognosis with early PT intervention vs PT intervention after . . .

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Hands On Clinical Education at CC’s

Hands On Clinical Education at CC’s

By Jenny Johnson - CC's Staf f If you have been in our office over the last few weeks you may have noticed a few extra bodies floating around amongst our PT docs. CC’s Physical Therapy works closely with the University of Mary, as well as other pre-PT programs, to...

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Physical Therapy and Your Immune System

Physical Therapy and Your Immune System

By Erin Reidman - CC's Staff   Why does your PT care about your immune system? The immune system. AKA – your best defense. Bring on the sick season; learn to nurture your immune system to improve your odds of beating down the yucks before they start. Biohacking...

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Celebrating National PT Month

Celebrating National PT Month

By Kayla Kranda - CC's Staff Celebrating National Physical Therapy Month. Fall is in the air! Oh wait, is that snow already?! Despite mother nature giving us a little scare with the early snowstorm, we are still celebrating fall and the great month of October over...

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