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Decrease Joint Pain with MPT

Decrease Joint Pain with MPT

Physical Therapy can decrease pain and improve function in people with arthritis.Osteoarthritis is a common source of joint pain, especially as we grow older. Physical Therapy has proven to be beneficial in addressing pain, stiffness, and weakness around the affected...

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Just Breathe

Just Breathe

The Importance of Including Breathwork into yourExercises and Rehab ProgramDid you know that we take roughly 20,000 breaths per day? Breathing is largely a subconscious activity that brings oxygen to the body's cells. Bringing some conscious thought to your breath...

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Better Sleep for Better Health

Better Sleep for Better Health

MPT shares five tips to improve your sleepSleep is an essential part of our lives and is an important part of rehabbing from an injury or surgery. During sleep, our bodies go through a restorative process that is vital for healing. Developing healthy sleep habits is...

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Exercise More, Stress Less

Exercise More, Stress Less

Feeling stressed? Exercise can help!It is widely known that exercise has many physical benefits including managing weight and improving blood pressure. Research shows that moderate-intensity exercise can also improve our mood, decrease stress, and reduce depression...

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Myofascial Release (MFR) at MPT

Myofascial Release (MFR) at MPT

John F. Barnes Myofascial Release (MFR) is a hands-on technique utilized by the therapists at Midtown Physical Therapy. It is a safe and effective technique. The therapist uses MFR touch to release restrictions in your body that cause pain and prevent motion.What is...

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Pelvic Health Tips

Pelvic Health Tips

Our pelvic muscles and organs are vital in our everyday function. Below we share four tips to improve your pelvic health.Hydrate. Staying hydrated is vital to our general health. Drinking water helps in the process of filtering out waste through urine and supporting...

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Keeping Your Mind & Body Engaged While at Home

Keeping Your Mind & Body Engaged While at Home

TeaMPT shares tips to keep your body and mind engaged while at home.Move your bodyTry to engage in some form of exercise every day. Have an accountability buddy and make a date over zoom, facetime, or over the phone to do exercises together. Read a bookTake a break...

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