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Herniated-disc-pain Sep15th 2020

Herniated Disc Pain. What It Feels Like and When You Should See a Physical Therapist

Did you know that a herniated disc can occur anywhere in your spine? At our physical therapy clinic, we see disc herniations frequently among our patients with back, arm, and/or leg pain. If you believe your pain and dysfunction is caused by a herniated disc, we encourage you to contact Taylor Rehab today to schedule

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NO MORE OPIOIDS Sep5th 2020

NO MORE OPIOIDS! Seek help from a physical therapist.

You’ve seen the headlines, and you know that opioids are the major driver behind the widespread drug crisis in America. We also know that if you or a loved one has chronic pain, you may be feeling frustrated and confused about your options. At Taylor Rehab, we stand with the Centers for Disease Control and

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3-Reasons-to-attend-post-surgical-rehab Aug15th 2020

3 Reasons to Attend Post-Surgical Rehab for a Better Recovery.

Every year, our physical therapy team meets thousands of individuals recovering from surgery. Whether you’re undergoing a joint replacement, a back surgery, or some other procedure, we’re confident that working with a physical therapist can help you heal up and get back to your active lifestyle as efficiently and safely as possible. Curious about why

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Relieving Chronic Pain Aug5th 2020

The Role of Physical Therapy For Chronic Pain Relief

Chronic pain is extremely common – with over 100 million sufferers in the U.S. alone – so if you are struggling with chronic pain, you are definitely not alone. Standard pain medications have so many undesirable qualities that you cannot rely on them fully to treat your pain, which can leave you wondering if you

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over-stress-related-headaches Jul15th 2020

Stress No More Over Stress-Related Headaches! Physical Therapy Can Help Relieve the Pain.

Millions of people suffer from different types of headaches. A few include sinus headaches, hormone headaches, and migraines. Different types of stress can also play a role in causing headaches. In fact, stress-related headaches are considered one of the most common headaches that people have. It’s important to understand how a stress headache differs from

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Find-Out-What-Might-Be-Causing-Them Jul5th 2020

Aches and Pains in the Morning? Find Out What Might Be Causing Them.

A Troubleshooting Guide to Morning Aches and Pains Do you leap out of bed excited at the thought of experiencing another morning — or do you just lie there, afraid to move because of the pain you’re likely to feel? Aches and pains are never welcome, but they can really dash your spirits when they

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How-to-Stay-Active Jun15th 2020

How to Stay Active When You Have a Desk Job

At our physical therapy clinic, we see hard-working patients who want to excel in their careers and provide for their families—but it’s hard to do that when dealing with an injury. Unfortunately, many people eventually realize that it’s the sedentary nature of their job that’s directly impacting their health and job performance. Everyone needs to

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5 Tips to help you feel better faster Jun5th 2020

Addressing Chronic Back Pain: 5 Tips to Help You Feel Better Faster

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 1 in 5 people have chronic pain. If you experience pain and discomfort on a daily basis, we encourage you to consult with a physical therapist who can work with you to address the symptoms and causes of your pain and help you gain better

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stretch before and after May20th 2020

Do you stretch before and after your workout? If not, you should start.

Working out on a regular basis is a great way to improve and maintain good health. If you’re not stretching before and after your workout, however, you’re not really taking advantage of a complete workout routine. There are several specific benefits of stretching both before and after a workout. Benefits of Stretching Before a Workout

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Reduce Opioid Consumption May10th 2020

Reduce Opioid Consumption and Feel Better with Physical Therapy

Long-term opioid consumption is not a good strategy for managing chronic pain. In addition to the risk of addiction, opioids simply alleviate the symptoms (pain) of a larger problem. For very real, measurable improvement over chronic pain, physical therapy has been proven to be a much better option than opioids or other pharmaceutical painkillers. If

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