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Author: Deanna

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  Breaking the Pain Cycle The body is a complicated machine and it is important to understand where to start when seeking treatment. If you are feeling pain, it is most likely that you are stiff or tight in another area of your body. This means that...

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Urinary Incontinence: How Physical Therapy can help What is urinary incontinence? The Mayo Clinic defines incontinence as the loss of bladder control. This is very common after giving birth, abdominal surgery or from poor postural habits over time. Some types of incontinence Stress - occurs during additional pressure from...

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Breathing and Posture: The Connection What is Posture?? Posture can change breathing habits and poor breathing habits create muscle imbalances. These muscle imbalances can change the mechanics of the entire body. The diaphragm is a skeletal muscle that is designed to assist with moving air in and...

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Do you have a Diastasis Recti, aka "mommy tummy?" Do you still feel like you haven't recovered since giving birth? Do you get stiffness, achy in your neck, shoulders or lower back when caring for your children? Are you frustrated with the appearance of your...

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Suffering from Head and Neck Pain?   We are in the age of computers Today efficiency and time management play an integral part of our busy lifestyle both at work and in our free time. Did you know that the constant strain of your musculature straining of your...

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Choose PT for Pain Management Did you know that since 1999 the primary use of managing pain is through prescription usage? Painkillers like Vicodin, Oxycontin, methadone and Percocet are being over prescribed and misused creating depression, mood disorders and just masking the symptoms of the pain....

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New Year Resolutions Do you have aches and pains that limit your ability to exercise? Do you have joint or back pain that limits your commitment to a new healthy lifestyle? If you answered yes to these questions, come in and get assistance with your pain...

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Centered Physical Therapy Do you want one-on-one care? Are you looking for MORE time with your therapist? Deanna Elliott is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who strives to find YOUR source of pain.   Please read the New Article from Parkbench. About The Therapist Deanna Elliott is a Doctor of Physical Therapy...

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Are shoes really that important? Having good shoe support is more important than most of us think.  The calcaneous or heel bone is the one of the primary supporting points of the foot. Without a stable foot, it can create issues up to the pelvis and lower...

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