Still Working from Home? Here’s How to Stay Healthy

Nearly overnight, COVID-19 created a remote American workforce, and many folks are still working from home at least some of the time. Companies and workers both report positive results from the great telework experiment, but…

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What to Expect During OT after an Amputation

Whether it is a wound that has refused to heal or you got too close to the table saw, when an amputation of a finger occurs it can be a traumatic experience. After your doctor…

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Am I Sore or Am I Hurt?

Starting a new exercise routine can be uncomfortable.  However, the long-term payoffs are greater than the initial aggravation of getting up early, changes to your normal “comfortable” routine, and soreness of muscles you have not…

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Tips To Avoid Injury For Runners

Running is a great way to improve your cardiovascular fitness and get some fresh air! Unfortunately, injuries such as shin splints, runner’s knee, muscle strains, plantar fasciitis, and stress fractures can plague runners. Whether you…

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Constipation: Understanding it and finding relief

Constipation is the most common digestive complaint presented to doctors, estimated to affect more than 4 million people in the U.S. While common — and perhaps a little difficult to discuss – it can be…

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