The MOVE Blog

Injured and Angry… Can You Relate?

Whether you’re an athlete, an exercise fanatic or a casual gym-goer – your injury is a loss. Perhaps a loss of motion, a loss of time, or a loss of function. With all loss follows grief. Understanding your emotional path to recovery can help you physically get there faster. We’ve all heard of the 5 […] Continue reading

Your body’s “Check Engine” light.  Ignore it and you’ll regret it.

It’s universal.  That feeling in the pit of your stomach when that orange light pops up on your dashboard.  It is a sign that something went wrong.  Not knowing whether it’s a major problem or just the gas-cap, we all become very careful and tenuous drivers.  Once this light is on our cars are programmed […] Continue reading

Is Stress Slowing Down Your Recovery?

Recovering from an injury or physical ailment can be a huge source of stress. We often give in to the stress, dealing with the emotional and physical symptoms – the tension headaches, fatigue, mood swings… But, let’s take a look at how stress really effects our body. According to the American Psychological Association, stress has […] Continue reading

Allergy Season is Back!

Allergy Season is Back! The snow is melting, the birds are chirping and excitement is in the air… along with the pollen, dust, ragweed and the other common enemies to those of us who suffer from seasonal allergies. Each year, a lot of us look forward to getting out to smell the roses, but then […] Continue reading

Short Muscles vs. Tight Muscles

“Should I be stretching more?” As a physical therapist, this is a question that I am asked quite frequently. In the past, you would find a quick response and easy answer from most healthcare professionals or trainers – “Yes!” After all, isn’t routine stretching part of a healthy lifestyle and good for our flexibility? The […] Continue reading

Tart Cherry Juice

We have been promoting Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate to our patients for some time now. Here’s why: Anti-Inflammatory: Chronic inflammation is fairly common in our society of “no-pain, no-gain”.  The degenerative and sensitizing effects of chronic inflammation are well documented, however, so are the serious side-effects of the drugs that treat it.  There is a […] Continue reading

Store Launch!

We have added another option to make it even easier to get what you need! MOVE has always offered competitive rates with discounted packages and payment plans and now purchases can be made 24/7 through our new storefront. Treatment packages, copays and Strength Instruction classes are a few items contained there. The link is located […] Continue reading

Welcome to our new Website!

Our goal for this site is to provide a comprehensive resource of information for our past, present and future patient and clients.  We appreciate feedback and look forward to hearing what people think of the content, layout, etc.  Please share your thoughts!

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