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can a young person get sciatica

Can a young person get sciatica? (Spoiler: Yes, and we’ll explain why)

September 12th, 2022

Sciatica most commonly occurs in people between the ages of 30 and 50, but that doesn’t mean you’re immune if you’re still in your 20s — young people can get it too. If you feel pain, numbness or weakness that stretches from your back down your leg, it could be sciatica, no matter your age.

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how to prevent falls in the kitchen

5 ways to prevent falls in the kitchen

September 1st, 2022

While the kitchen can be one of the most joyous rooms in the home, it can also be dangerous. This is especially the case for seniors, people with neurological disorders and other people with a high risk of falling. With sharp objects and hot surfaces throughout the room, a simple slip can turn into an

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Torticollis Physical Therapy

How can you benefit from addressing torticollis with physical therapy?

August 15th, 2022

Torticollis, also sometimes called wryneck, is a condition involving the neck twisting at an abnormal angle. It most often occurs in newborns. For those with torticollis, the muscles in their neck contract, causing the neck to tilt.  The exact cause of this condition isn’t well understood but is thought to be because of the way

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