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4 Easy Stretches You Can Do While Working At Your Desk

Did you know that sedentary behavior is conceptually different from a lack of physical activity? You think of it this way – when you decide to lessen your sedentary behavior, it doesn't mean you lack physical activity. Wondering why? Because...

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Should People Still See Their Physiotherapists During Social Distancing?

Millions of people are practicing social distancing as advised by the government authorities to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic. Amid this unprecedented time, will you still be able to see a healthcare provider even if your concern...

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Apps That Will Help Maintain Well-Being During the COVID-19 Situation

Coronavirus Disease 2019, which is popularly known as COVID-19, has been recently declared by WHO as a pandemic. There were increasing number of infected individuals in several countries, such as Italy, Iran, South Korea, and Spain. Total mortality...

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Shockwave Therapy: One of the Ways to Ease Your Pain With...

Frozen shoulder is a disease that causes thickening of the surface covering the bone at the shoulder joint. You will feel pain with a frozen shoulder. Initially, it seems like a tolerable pain. As the disease progresses, the pain intensifies...

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We’ve Got Your Back: 3 Common Factors That Can Induce Non-Specific...

Pain is our body's way of telling us when something is wrong with it. Once we start to feel it, we usually ask ourselves the reason why it is aching. In cases of lower back pains, we often give this less thought and think that this can be a regular...

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Put Your Back Into It: Simple Ways on How to Stretch...

Next to your skin and hair, muscles might be the next most noticeable part of your body. Given the fact that it makes up around 40% of our entire body weight, it’s also a fact that we will rely on them for all the entirety of our lives. Even while...

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