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Functional Training is for Everyone

By Bob Gorinski, DPT One of my favorite pastimes as a boy was turning over rocks in the various creeks and woodland streams near my home in southwestern Pennsylvania. I was in search of salamanders, crayfish, frogs and any other treasures that inhabited those areas. I...

Stress and Relaxation

By Rachel Wilson Do you often feel rushed, overwhelmed, or unfocused? Perhaps you have felt that there are not enough hours in your day or energy in your system to accomplish everything on your to do list. For many people, these feelings are all too familiar and may...

Headaches – How Does Chiropractic Work?

By Dr. Michael Bennese Headaches are a common complaint at chiropractic clinics. Some causes are unknown but others are more readily categorized. Vascular headaches, such as migraine and cluster headaches, arise from causes related to blood vessels. Vascular headaches...

The Healing Environment of Water

By Rich Harris, MSc, CSCS, PTA, CES, CSAC Aquatic therapy has tremendous rehabilitative potential for individuals of all ages, ranging from the treatment of acute injuries to overall health maintenance of many chronic diseases. Water therapy has been proven effective...

Plantar Fasciitis

By Susan Rosso, DPM Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. Approximately 1 million people are diagnosed with plantar fasciitis each year. It is debilitating at times, keeping people away from their ability to walk, exercise, and sometimes work. The...

The 4-1-1 On Sciatica

By Shawn VanderBrook, PT, DPT, OCS  Sciatica is a term thrown around by patients and doctors alike and is a common complaint across the United States. What is it? How does it occur? What are the main causes? How can I get rid of it? These are all questions that I hear...