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Let Peak Physical Therapy Reduce Your Fibromyalgia Related Pain

Those who are diagnosed with fibromyalgia are happy to finally know what’s wrong, but they’re often depressed when they contemplate living with the condition. There’s no cure for fibromyalgia, but physical therapy is effective in alleviating the symptoms and improving quality of life.
Juvenile Arthritis

Juvenile Arthritis and How Physical Therapy Can Help

Juvenile arthritis (JA) isn’t a specific disease, but an inflammatory and autoimmune condition in youngsters under age 16. JA affects approximately 300,000 children just in the U.S. and it’s classified within seven different types, depending upon a range of symptoms and co-conditions.
Physical Therapy and Tennis Elbow

Back In The Swing: Physical Therapy and Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is one of the most common injuries that people sustain, but it doesn’t just happen to tennis players. Less than 5 percent of all tennis elbow injuries occur in people who don’t play tennis at all. The term tennis elbow is often used to describe any injury that occurs as a
Weekend Warrior

How to Avoid Weekend Warrior Injuries

It's important to be physically active, and avoid injuries at the same time. This is especially important for a 'weekend warrior'. If you are sedentary, it's extremely important to plan ahead in order to avoid exercise-related injuries. After all, the human body cannot go from 'inacti
Childhood Arthritis

Can Physical Therapy Help Childhood Arthritis?

Did you know that physical therapy can help kids with childhood arthritis? Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA), also called Stills disease, is the most common form of arthritis seen in children and young adults. Children commonly complain of joint pain and stiffness, along with an occ
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Tennis Elbow and Physical Therapy

Tennis elbow is not restricted to those who play tennis. It is a condition in which tendon damage causes soreness or pain around the outside of the elbow or the lateral epicondyle.
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Selecting a Physical Therapist

Having back, knee, or neck pain?Sometimes in these cares your primary care doctor may recommend that you see a qualified physical therapist, and in some states you can see a physical therapist directly without a referral from a doctor.If you are thinking of see a physical ther
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The Obesity Terminator eBook

In a world where slim, slender and sexy are the standards of society, obesity has no place. From television programs, commercials and product advertisements to magazine features, billboards, and internet pop-ups, you won’t be able to find men not packed with biceps, triceps and abdomi
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Energy Unlimited

Just thinking of being in an environment where stress, anxiety and panic attacks often occur is distressing enough. Most of the time, you just can’t do anything about it since it follows you wherever you go. But at other times, you give in to all kinds of temptations at home and in th