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I'move Recovering From Surgery

What it Means to Recover From Surgery

It’s hard to write a true “how to recover from surgery” piece when every recovery is so different. Even when two patients have the same surgery, both will find themselves on completely different roads to recovery. There are also so…

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I'move Stretching

Stretches to Improve Flexibility

Flexibility is defined as the ability for a joint (bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons) to move through a full range of motion with ease (limited resistance and discomfort). In today’s world, many people consider themselves to be inflexible or at…

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I'move Healing Holistically

Healing Holistically

One of the joys of working at i’move is providing patients with a personalized path to recovery. Because believe it or not, you do have a choice. Our knowledge of both manual therapy and functional movement help retrain your body…

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Heating Or Icing An Injury I'move

Heating vs. Icing an Injury

It’s the battle of the ages: Coke vs. Pepsi, Marvel vs. DC, heating vs. icing an injury. Heating and icing, or thermotherapy and cryotherapy if you want to get technical, are great natural treatment options for pain. But when using…

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Older Male Physical Therapy

Gravity and a Few Cool Tools

The most important benefit of physical therapy is that it gets people moving again. Often, after physical therapy, patients are able to enjoy aspects of their life that they were afraid they might not get to enjoy anymore. The key…

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Couple Doing Push Ups On The Beach

The Importance of Cross-Training

Cross-training is a term that most people have heard of, but not everyone understands what it means or why it’s important. When someone (young, old, athlete or non-athlete) engages in multiple sports, types of exercise, or workout plans it is…

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