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Introduction to Orthotics – Foot Levelers

Introduction to Orthotics – Foot Levelers

If you have chronic pain especially when walking, standing or sitting, chances are, a Doctor has recommended Orthotics in the past to lessen and prevent pain while doing these activities. Orthotics can improve your balance, especially when combined with manual therapy.  Do you (or a loved one) comment on aches and pains when taking offContinue Reading »

How to Relieve Stress to Manage Pain

How to Relieve Stress to Manage Pain

Ever been in a foreign country and tried to order off of a long, complicated, alien looking menu? Did you use hand signals to describe the dish you wanted? Did you whip out your phone and hope Google has the answers? And, in the end, did you just close your eyes and trust that whatContinue Reading »

Trick or Treat, Align My Feet: Introduction to Orthotics

Trick or Treat, Align My Feet: Introduction to Orthotics

October is an especially exciting time in Florida because the weather finally begins to cool and the fall holidays begin.The beginning of fall means they will soon be decorating, cooking, and gathering with friends and family for the holidays. The best part is when we have the occasional cold front that allows us to socializeContinue Reading »

Can Drinking Water Every Day Reduce Pain?

Can Drinking Water Every Day Reduce Pain?

How much water have you had today? I ask my daughter this question every evening at dinner time. Though it is an important habit, it is one that takes practice to develop even for adults. Though it may seem simple, drinking more water can help our bodies increase shock absorbing capabilities, reduce pain, reduce inflammationContinue Reading »

Posture and Your Pain

Posture and Your Pain

When we look into a mirror, more often we focus on our face or our outfit. But have you ever stopped and looked closely to see the differences between the left and right side of your body? Is one shoulder higher than the other? Is one arm closer to your hip? With someone in chronicContinue Reading »

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