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Physical Changes During Pregnancy

By Dr. Brooke Meinema, DPT, FAFS Pregnancy is not for the faint of heart. Pregnancy has so many physiological changes occurring that can lead to a myriad of symptoms, such as urinary frequency/urgency, acid reflux, shortness of breath, and various…

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Shoulder Replacement – Causes and When is it Necessary

Shoulder arthroplasty, more commonly known as shoulder replacement surgery, is a medical procedure aimed at reducing pain and restoring mobility of the shoulder joint in individuals suffering from severe joint damage. The surgical procedure involves replacing all or part of…

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IT Band Syndrome – Signs, Recovery, and Prevention

Signs, Recovery, and Prevention In the dynamic world of sports and fitness, injuries are a common occurrence that can hinder progress and affect lifestyle. One such common injury is Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS), a condition that causes discomfort in the…

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What is Hip Bursitis and What to Do When It Refuses to Go Away

Hip bursitis, also known as trochanteric bursitis,  is a common condition that causes pain along the outside of the hip and thigh. Bursae are fluid-filled sacs that are located around larger joints and work to reduce friction between tissues. This fluid-filled sac can become irritated and inflamed leading to symptoms. One of the biggest challenges of hip bursitis is that it can be quite stubborn and become a chronic injury. This can be very frustrating, preventing you from engaging in activities that you enjoy. In this blog post, we will explore some of the reasons why hip bursitis can turn chronic and what you can do to alleviate the symptoms and prevent flare-ups.

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Feeding America West Michigan

Sometimes, the best way to appreciate what we have is by giving back to the community. That's exactly what the i'move Rockford team did when they closed the clinic for an afternoon and spent the time volunteering at Feeding America…

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Mike Braid And Group Fitness Class From Gracious Grounds, - I'move, Imove, Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Near Me, Physical Therapists Near Me

Gracious Grounds

Gracious Grounds At i’move, we believe movement is for everyone. Mike Braid has been teaching a weekly fitness class with a group from Gracious Grounds. Mike's class is not your typical workout session, it's more fun, engaging, and inclusive. Mike,…

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Man With Hip Flexor Pain, - I'move, Imove, Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Near Me, Physical Therapists Near Me

Hip Flexor Strain – Signs, Recovery, and Prevention

A hip flexor strain is a common issue primarily affecting those leading an active lifestyle or engaging in strenuous physical activities. This condition results from overstretching or overloading one or more of the hip flexor muscles, leading to a strain,…

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Patellofemoral Pain: Causes, Treatments, & Prevention Methods

One of the leading causes of knee pain is a condition known as knee patellofemoral pain syndrome. Patellofemoral pain syndrome, also known as runner’s knee, is characterized by pain in the front of the knee due to inflammation of the articular surfaces of the patella and femur. It is the most common injury among runners. Women are at a greater risk of developing patellofemoral pain syndrome than men. While some people experience mild discomfort, others may have severe pain that affects their daily activities. In this blog post, we will discuss the primary causes of knee patellofemoral pain, how it is treated, and the prevention methods you can adopt to ensure that you avoid this condition.

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