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What's the best way to manage low back pain?

Posted by Ridgeview Rehab Specialties staff on Jun 14, 2019 10:30:00 AM

Managing low back pain can be frustrating. You just want the pain to go away, so you can go about your daily activities—without discomfort. Medication works as a quick fix but sometimes doesn’t get down to the root of the problem. When low back pain stems from muscle imbalances or degenerative changes the long-term fix is an exercise routine—one that matches your body’s needs and your lifestyle goals.

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Topics: Fitness/activity, Rehabilitation

Try this workout at your desk to stay alert and pain-free

Posted by Ridgeview Rehab Specialties staff on Jun 22, 2017 2:51:08 PM

Have you been at your desk all day? Are your eyes tired and muscles tense? With a little exercise, you can wake up for the afternoon and be more productive.

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Topics: Fitness/activity, Rehabilitation

Be aware of lasting symptoms from a concussion: They may require time and additional therapy to heal

Posted by Ridgeview Rehab Specialties staff on May 2, 2017 12:10:30 PM

While around 80 percent of individuals who sustain a concussion will see their symptoms resolve completely within two to three weeks, recent studies have shown that adolescents are more susceptible to prolonged or lasting symptoms of a concussion. According to experts, "The brain is not fully developed until a person's early twenties. As we grow, our ability to think, process information, problem-solve and relate to others matures over time. The younger, or not fully developed brain is working hard to develop and mature into an adult. A concussion during this time may take longer to heal."

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Topics: Fitness/activity, Wellness

Early treatment is key to recovery for sport-related concussions

Posted by Ridgeview Rehab Specialties staff on Apr 20, 2017 9:48:11 AM

Every concussion injury is different. Some people may suffer immediate and obvious symptoms, and others may not. The one truth is that concussions are a treatble injury and early treatment is key to recovery.

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Topics: Fitness/activity

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