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Tips for new and experienced Runners

There is always something new to learn, whether you’re an experienced runner or brand-new to the road. Training safely and engaging in physical activities like running are top priorities for physical therapists. In this blog we will cover a few running suggestions from the physical therapists here at Allied Health Solutions, whether you want to speed up your race time or simply avoid an injury.

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Physical Therapy for Your Child

When we think of physical therapy (PT), we often have an image of an injured young adult recovering from an athletic injury or maybe an elderly person receiving treatment for age-related aches and pains. But did you know that physical therapists can play a vital role in helping young children as well?

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Selecting Supportive Shoes

Our Therapists at Allied Health Solutions commonly treat foot and ankle injuries, and are skilled at gait analysis, and examining orthotics, running and/or daily-wear shoes. We hope to share some suggestions for selecting the right shoes.

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How to Keep Your New Years Resolutions

One of the most common New Years Resolutions is to exercise more– an excellent goal! Our Physical Therapists at Allied Health Solutions hope to share some tips and tricks to make sure that you don’t end up becoming one of the resolution-ers who have abandoned their exercise goals by the end of February. Here are a few ways to motivate yourself to exercise.

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A Year in Review at AHS

This past Saturday, the AHS team members and their families gathered to celebrate the holiday season and the end of a wonderful year! Turns out, we clean up pretty well!

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Managing Body Pain in Cold Weather

Have you ever wondered why your muscles and joints seem achier during the winter months? Our bodies’ natural reaction to cold external temperatures can cause us pain. Small changes in your daily habits and physical therapy can help. Here’s how:

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What is Bell’s Palsy

Bell’s palsy is a form of temporary facial weakness. It results from damage or trauma to the 7th facial nerve. It presents as drooping of the eyelid and corner of the mouth, drooling, dryness of the eye or mouth, impairment of taste, and excessive tearing in one eye. Most often these symptoms usually begin suddenly and reach their peak within 48 hours and lead to significant facial distortion.

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