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Can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em

By Chloe Sandberg - CC's Staff Insurance – Can’t live with 'em, can’t live without 'em… The topic of health insurance coverage can be a variety of descriptions at times, including confusing, unclear, and downright not fun, but there are times during the year it is...

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Feels Good to Feel GOOD

By Calvin Crawford - CC's Staff Feels Good to Feel GOOD After four hours of hiking, I rested my backpack on a granite cliff in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming, overlooking a series of canyons full of quaking aspen trees. The 1,000 foot climb that morning...

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Myofasciawhat?

By Jenny Johnson - CC's Staff Let's talk fascia. Muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons are not the only parts of the body treated by physical therapists. Our bodies also contain a dense, three-dimensional web of tissue called fascia. Fascia surrounds every muscle,...

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Pain – powerful four letter word

By Chloe Sandberg - CC's Staff PAIN - a powerful four letter word... In the world of PT, it is an age old question – what is pain? Without getting into a bunch of big fancy words and explanations, as simply as I can put it, pain is like the check engine light of your...

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Car Crash to Whiplash

By April Mettler - CC's Founder Car Crash to Whiplash: Acute and Chronic Implications to Physical Therapy According to the NDDOT, there are on average 41 motor vehicle crashes per day in the state of North Dakota. The good news is most of these crashes are...

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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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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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Hey there sway back.

By Christine Aull - 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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