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14 SECRETS OF PEOPLE WHO NEVER GET EXERCISE INJURIES

Building a strong foundation is crucial if you want to continue working out at maximum effort and build a bulletproof body. To help you get the most out of your fitness regimen, we asked these top trainers and athletes to share their best-kept secrets for preventing injury.

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STAY TRUE TO YOUR NEW YEARS RESOLUTION

Turning the page on the new year is a chance to wipe the slate clean—and to be better versions of ourselves. And when it comes to what we want to improve, goals that fall in the health and wellness arena top all other New Year’s resolutions.

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5 Keys To Exercise Selection

5 Keys To Exercise Selection We've all been there as a student or young coach -- you find yourself in a situation where your mentor is positioned ominously over your shoulder and poses the question, "why did you pick this exercise over something else?". Inevitably, we all mustered up a rather unrefined response along the lines of, "well this movement is helping to strengthen ______ muscle and improve the stability of ______ joint."

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5 Healthy Eating Tips for the Holidays

You’ve got a lot on your plate this time of year, and physical activity can get crowded out. But being active is your secret holiday weapon

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When the Weather Gets Cold, Don't Forget to Warm Up!

A good warm up is always important, but because of the tendency for joints to be stiffer, and blood flow to muscles to be reduced in the cold, it's even more important that you do it right this time of year.

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Joey Scambia, DPT Student

A 3rd year DPT Student from the University of Rhode Island, he is working with Dr. Fatzinger in Mt. Airy.    'I am adamant about providing autonomous lifelong strategies that patients can use to improve health and performance both inside and outside the clinic.'

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Pain vs Hurt

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3 Key Objectives of an Initial Evaluation

Sweaty palms and nervous jitters cloud my brain as the proctor firmly asks for my diagnoses. "Likely glenohumeral impingement" I sigh out. The proctor nods and the butterfly’s in my stomach scurry away to the pester next victim waiting to enter the exam room.  The initial evaluation is not all its sold to be. 

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Johnathan Song, DPT Student

What appealed to me about the field of physical therapy was the magnitude of impact you can make on someone’s life by improving their pain and function, and the pre-requisite of always wanting to learn more in order to become great at what you do.

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Release Tight Hamstrings with these 6 tips

There are a lot of things you could do to begin stretching out your hamstrings for greater flexibility, but here are 6 tips to improve your movement and flexibility

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