RUN FORREST RUN!

Have you ever considered that Forrest Gump is a brilliant story on the importance of action? When Forrest Gump set out to run he didn’t plan his route. He didn’t say, “hey, I’d like to…

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The Fight Against Opioids: How PT Can Help

1 out of 4 of the patients who receive prescription painkillers on a long-term basis for noncancer pain in a primary care setting ends up struggling with dependence or addiction. And those who are addicted…

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Movement is Medicine: The Best Way to Keep Your Body Young

Aside from all the holiday cheer in the air this time of year, some of the most common messages we hear on the radio or see in the news involve New Year’s resolutions to get…

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Pappas Physical Therapy’s Running Guide

Our patients who are training for a race often ask us what they need to know to stay healthy through the course of their training regime and on through race day. So, we figured it…

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Friday Night Lights: What You Need to Know About Concussions

Fall sports began this month in many areas of the country, marking both an exciting and anxious time for parents of student athletes. A single concussion can have lasting repercussions on mental health, intellectual functioning,…

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