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Exercise and Recovery
- Stretching is a crucial aspect of the healing process. Warming up and stretching prior to exercising will loosen up injured areas which keeps stiffness at bay and prevents further problems. If it hurts to stretch the affected area or you notice any swelling or tightness, it is probably better to wait until these symptoms subside before exercising. Make sure to take your time getting back into your workouts because pushing an already injured are too far can lead to permanent damage.
Ease Into This
Post injury exercise may speed healing if you have taken the appropriate steps and ease yourself back into working out. Doctors often recommend specific exercises to help you through your recovery. These exercises begin with simple range of motion movements to get the area moving again. Little by little, they will progress in intensity, difficulty and duration until you reach your preinjury potential again.
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No matter what ailment, injury or event brought you to our practice rest assured you've come to the right place. We put patients first.
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Your First Visit
Plan to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. Be prepared to list all current medications you may be taking. A great option to save you time is to download the forms below, complete them, and bring them with you to your first appointment.
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