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Amplified Pain Syndrome

Amplified Pain Syndrome (APS) is a term that is used to describe an increase in sensitivity due to abnormal nerve function. Instead of stimulus only causing the pain-sensing nerves to fire, it also causes the nerves that control the vascular system to fire. This causes the blood vessels to constrict, which decreased blood flow to the muscles and causes more pain than normal. Read More …

Let’s talk about strokes.

Let’s talk about strokes, while it may be a sad subject it is a pertinent one and unfortunately affects many people. According to the National Institute of Health, In the United States, more than 700,000 people suffer a stroke each year, and approximately two-thirds of these individuals survive and require rehabilitation. Read More …

Don’t let the cold keep you inside! Follow these tips for running in the winter.

“It is that time of year again where winter weather can cause havoc on the roadways and give us extra excuses to sit on the couch under a warm blanket watching movies with any free time. However, winter weather does not have to prevent you from staying consistent with your exercise plan. Knowing some key tips and techniques can help you beat the wintertime woes and stay safe while being outside.

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You’ve probably experienced this… But did you know you can treat it?

Four million Americans have frequent constipation, but what is constipation? Read More …