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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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Cupping Role in Physical Therapy

Cupping Role in Physical Therapy

By Jenny Johnson - CC's Staff Will cupping make me swim faster?      Myofascial decompression, or cupping, has become more and more popular since the swimmers and volleyball players started showing off their cupping marks in the Olympics a few years ago. It has,...

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Goals

Goals

By Calvin Crawford - CC's Staff Goals 0/3. Not a statistic I can say I am overly proud of; however true. Sunday I returned from my third archery elk hunt in the last 4 years with an empty cooler and a quiver full of arrows. My dad, brother, friend and I were equipped...

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Headaches-What can be done?

Headaches-What can be done?

By Erin Reidman - CC's Staff Headaches-what can be done? Headaches. Are. The. Worst. Almost all of us can relate to having them a time or two. Identifying the type of headache you’re experiencing is important and can help guide your home remedies or determine whether...

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Pre and Postnatal Physical Therapy

Pre and Postnatal Physical Therapy

By Chloe Sandberg - CC's Staff Pre and Postnatal Physical Therapy It is a joyful season of life – being an expectant mother or a new-to-the-mom-club member! Speaking for myself (as I am currently expecting my first babe) there is a lot of apprehension and questions...

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Early Treatment of Athletic Injuries

Early Treatment of Athletic Injuries

By Jenny Johnson - CC's Staff Early Treatment of Athletic Injuries Fall sports have snuck up on us once again this year! As athletes (whether in-season or pre-season) are getting back into activities, we want to remind everyone to get those nagging pains and injuries...

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Hunting Season

Hunting Season

By Calvin Crawford - CC's Staff Hunting Season! IT’s HERE! Friday starts the 2019 Archery season for deer here in North Dakota followed by all the other fun hunting and outdoor adventures that fall brings us. Now before you go diving into your ground blind or hiking...

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