Kegels are often thought of as an exercise purely for pregnant or post partum women, when in fact they can be very beneficial for everyone and particularly those people with low back pain. Kegel exercises are one of the most commonly known methods of pelvic floor muscle strengthening. Kegels are most commonly described as tightening [...]
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Linsey Olson, PT; Dusty Lindeen, PT Aide; Brent Dodge, PT, OCS, CMPT, CSCS; Samantha Schoeneman, PT, CPI; Gary Gales, DPT; Tara Mund, DPT; Jamie Shull, Receptionist; Angela Listug, DPT, CMPT; Lindsey Richards, PT Aide. (Not pictured: Jeannette Kittredge, Billing Specialist).
Getting in a car accident is a scary thing for anybody. If you know what to expect from your body, it can be a little less scary. The most common injury from a car accident is whiplash in the neck. This means that your neck went through a backward and forward movement forcefully and quickly [...]
While treating patients in the clinic the other day, I had this conversation with two clients. Each conversation centered on the idea that once people with back pain start feeling better, it is human nature to stop doing all the good things you’ve been doing to keep your back healthy. Then your back pain returns [...]