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What To Be Aware Of When You Start Working Out

What To Be Aware Of When You Start Working Out

Click to play Working out is hard! It can also really hurt sometimes. With the new year, we’re all trying to push ourselves to improve. This means trying to start getting more active, getting more mobile and trying to commit to a healthier routine.When you start doing new activities, it is perfectly normal to haveContinue Reading »

3 of Our Favorite Upper Neck Stretches!

3 of Our Favorite Upper Neck Stretches!

Click to play Dr. Renee Poirier here to show you a series of my favorite neck stretchesStretch 1Starting off with is your levator scapulae, which runs from the base of your skull down to your shoulder blade. So you take your hand behind your back, you look down at your armpit, take your other handContinue Reading »

Scoliosis In Adults: Chronic Pain

Scoliosis In Adults: Chronic Pain

Click to play We end up seeing a fair amount of chronic pain in scoliosis patients that were diagnosed either as a teenager or later in life. Sometimes patients who didn’t know they had scoliosis until they were in their 20s or 30s and they’ve developed back pain from their scoliosis. With the curvature, you endContinue Reading »

Am I Going To Have To Do These Exercises Forever?

Am I Going To Have To Do These Exercises Forever?

Click to play One of our frequently asked questions at Focus PT from our back pain patients is, “Am I going to have to do these exercises forever?”  At the beginning of your time with us, we start the exercises. They’re going to be daily, sometimes twice a day, because we’re trying to bring your acute painContinue Reading »

Am I Going To Have This Forever?

Am I Going To Have This Forever?

Click to play One of our most frequently asked questions about back pain is “Am I going to have this forever?”  This is asked very, very often and, depending on the injury or the degenerative changes that you have in your back, determines whether this is a short-term or a long-term issue. Most back issues are going to end up going more towards the long term.Continue Reading »

I Thought It Was Better… But Then It Came Back

I Thought It Was Better… But Then It Came Back

Click to play It’s not unusual to leave your first visit feeling like a million bucks. That doesn’t mean you’re instantly cured though. Because your plan of care focuses around correcting your actual problem, not just the resulting pain, you have to be patient as we work to fix the root cause.Learn more directly fromContinue Reading »

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