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By Kelsey K Harm PT, DPT, Lexington, KY Center In this technological age, we have infinite amounts of information at our finger tips and can speak face-to-face with a loved one on the other side of the world. These advancements can make life more efficient, but they also can increase the risk of injury as the […]

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By Landon Wahl, DPT, Dillsburg Center If you’ve ever awakened with a kink in your neck and found it difficult to look from one side to the other, then you may have experienced torticollis. It’s a medical condition mostly associated with the pediatric population: the infant is born and their neck is held to one side […]

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By Nadia Jones, DPT, SCS resident, Tuscaloosa (University of Alabama Rec Center) CrossFit is a fitness routine consisting of a variety of functional movements, including power lifting, gymnastic-like movements, cardio training and plyometrics (jump training). The cornerstone of CrossFit is the workout of the day, or WOD, which varies to put participants on the path to […]

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By Kayla M. Attig, DPT, Enola Center A cancer diagnosis of any sort is a life-changing occurrence that affected 1.5 million people in the United States in 2016 alone.1 The good news is that in most cases, cancer is treatable. As of 2014, an estimated 14.5 million Americans were living with cancer.1 After an initial diagnosis, […]

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By Koratrona Evans, DPT, OSC Resident, Carlisle Center One in four Americans ages 50 or older is physically inactive on a regular basis. People live sedentary lifestyles for a variety of reasons, some of which have little or no basis in fact. Here are three common myths about exercise and the elderly and the actual […]

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By Matthew Repko, PT, DPT, Altoona Center Running has become an increasingly popular mode of exercise and for good reason. It is a cheap and relatively quick workout, and does not require much practice or skill. While the health benefits of running are many, so are the risks for injury. Most injuries are preventable, but […]

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