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Preventing Running injuries

Preventing Running injuries
It is Hood to Coast training season!. Running is an optimal form of exercise that engages your entire body. However, people who run on a regular basis or for certain sports are prone to running injuries. Incorporating prevention strategies into your running routine is a good way to avoid injuries, but there are also a number of beneficial approaches for injuries you may not be able to avoid.  Before discussing useful techniques, let’s first take a look at different types of runnin...
Posted on 2022-07-28

Understanding TMJ pain and dysfunction

Understanding TMJ pain and dysfunction
Have you ever woken up from a deep sleep and rubbed the area right in front of your ear because it’s sore? If so, you’ve experienced at least a mild version of TMJ dysfunction. The TMJ can be a very painful area and create a hassle over time. If left untreated, it affects your sleeping, eating and posture. Here, we’ll discuss TMJ dysfunction and what you can do about it. The TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, is where the jawbone meets the skull on each side of the face. A con...
Posted on 2022-06-30

Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating
A healthy diet not only helps keep the waistline trim, it also gives you inner energy to help get you moving. Fuel your body with healthy foods to sleep better, reduce your risk of disease, and feel that get-up-and-go you’ve been searching for!For people seeking weight loss, a healthy diet and exercise are almost always the first prescriptions. When people hear this, some will justify unhealthy eating choices by adding in extra exercise. What they don’t realize, however, is that eat...
Posted on 2022-03-31

Skiing

Skiing
Welcome to Cascade 205 Physical Therapy's patient resource about alpine skiing.There is nothing like fresh powder on the slopes to get the blood of a true alpine skier pumping.  Whether you are a weekend warrior who loves the feel of the cold wind in your face as much as you love the warmth of the ski lodge or you are a fierce competitor, dropping from helicopters to the top of a mountain to find the freshest snow, any skier must know that there are many ways to hurt yourself that will keep...
Posted on 2022-01-30

Computer Ergonomics

Computer Ergonomics
Tips on Computer Ergonomics In this highly computerized world, more and more people of all ages are experiencing aches and pains that come from sitting at a computer for long periods of time. These aches and pains are felt in the neck, shoulder, upper and lower back, wrist and elbow joints. In some cases, the nerves to the hand become compressed, causing weakness and/or tingling in the fingers. These symptoms can occur in the onset of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), which may include d...
Posted on 2022-01-14
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