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Marketplace Physical Therapy Beaumont for Arthritis Sufferers

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Published on: May 23rd, 2013

Arthritis Sufferers Avoiding physical activity is one major mistake most arthritis sufferers make. Even though there may be less pain when avoiding certain movements, there can be severe consequences. Muscles and joints can tighten up and weaken if they aren’t being used, making it more difficult to perform any regular movements over time. Pain Medication-

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Proper Lifting Techniques for Spring Cleaning

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Published on: May 14th, 2013

The weather is warming up making it the perfect time for spring cleaning! You’re ready to clear out the garage or maybe pack up some old clothes for the Good Will, but before you do, make sure you are not putting yourself at risk when lifting heavy material. Heavy lifting, when done incorrectly, can cause

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Kobe Bryant’s Road to Recovery I Marketplace Physical Therapy

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Published on: April 23rd, 2013

Back in 2013 Sports talk show hosts were debating the reason for Kobe Bryant’s Achilles Tear. Was he playing too many minutes leading up to the Laker’s playoff run? Or did 17 years in the NBA finally catch up to him? In reality none of that really mattered, the only thing that mattered was for

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Kinesio Tape is not just for Olympians and Professional Athletes

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Published on: August 29th, 2012

Professional Athletes and Olympians with that pretty stretchy tape? Let us explain. Marketplace Physical Therapy Riverside has been using Kinesio Tape before it became the craze it is today. Dr. Ellstrom, Doctorate of Physical Therapy,  came across Kinesio Taping when she saw beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh with a very unusual tape on her body

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Marketplace Physical Therapy Riverside Specializes in Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

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Published on: August 15th, 2011

Marketplace Physical Therapy Riverside Specializes in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Over the last 10 years, Marketplace Physical Therapy Riverside has successfully treated several hundred Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients. During that time Pharmaceutical Companies have come up with some amazing treatments. Also, our Doctors of Physical Therapy have created some breakthrough programs to treat MS. What is

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Increase in Little League Elbow

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Published on: August 9th, 2011

Marketplace Physical Therapy Treats Children with Little League Elbow Marketplace Physical Therapist, Dr. Courtney Ellstrom, has seen a sharp increase in Little League Elbow. The medical term for Little League Elbow is Medial Epicondylar Apophysitis. Little League elbow is an injury that usually affects pitchers from 9 to 14 years old, thus the name. It

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The Truth About Weight Loss

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Published on: August 9th, 2011

Head Physical Therapist, Loren Middag, from Marketplace Physical Therapy Redlands Gives you the Truth about Weight Loss Myths vs. Truths As a Physical Therapist for over 25 years and a person who is passionate about health, I feel it is the job of the Physical Therapist to help their patients re-focus on their health. At

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Four Strategies to Alleviate Neck Pain

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Published on: August 3rd, 2011

Marketplace Physical Therapy Prescribes Four Simple Strategies to Cure Neck Pain The two most common reasons people go to Marketplace Physical Therapy in Chino is Low Back and Neck Pain. It makes sense when we start to understand that people are on their computer and electronic devices more than anytime in history. Daily we contort our

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Postponing Knee Replacement Surgery I Negative Affects

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Published on: August 6th, 2011

Dr. Courtney Ellstrom, Doctorate of Physical Therapy warns against postponing knee replacement surgery. As a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Practicing Physical Therapist, I often recommend trying Physical Therapy before seriously considering any orhtopedic surgery. Several studies have shown that Physical Therapy is as effective as Surgery and Physical Therapy combined. However, there are few exceptions

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CEO of Marketplace Physical Therapy becomes Patient of his own Physical Therapist Corona

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Published on: August 2nd, 2011

From CEO to Patient Do you remember that commercial in the 90’s for the Hair Club for men? The CEO makes his pitch for you to use his company and at the end he says “I’m not only the CEO, I’m also a client.” Well, I sort of felt like him this week. A while

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