Overtraining can lead to a series of issues, most notably, a life long injury that permanently impacts performance.

Overtraining Doesn’t Help, It Hurts

Working to achieve a sports or fitness goal can drive many people to overtrain in an effort to get stronger, better, faster. Our PT’s have seen many injuries related to overtraining. While the dedication and drive is admirable, overtraining can lead to long lasting effects, which may include required rest, delaying any further training causing […]

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Healthy & Hearty Soups

Could Six more weeks of winter be on its way? It so, it makes way for more brisk days and cool nights for just a little bit longer. Need for something delicious, hearty, and warm to keep you warm? We’ve got your covered. A popular belief is that soups require an immense amount of work or […]

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Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions

2017 is almost here, and it’s the perfect time for assessing the year behind and looking forward to the changes we want to make in 2017. Health and fitness are obviously some of the top resolutions people make each year. According to Nielson’s online survey, here are the top 5 New Year’s Resolutions Americans made last […]

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Top 5 Injuries During the Holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and with all of the merrymaking, injuries can unfortunately find a way to ruin the fun. Whether you go all out with the holiday decor, are opening gifts with extended family, or cooking a simple festive feast, there are a number of injuries you should be especially […]

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4 Ways to Make Holiday Travel Pain Free

‘Tis the season for holiday travel. The hustle and bustle is unavoidable with people moving through airports, piling into traffic, and some even traveling by bus to reach their destination. Travel is a multi-billion dollar industry, but let’s be honest, it’s not always the most comfortable. Airlines are making their seats tighter, sitting in a […]

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Stress Management and Response

You know what it’s like to wake up late for work, rush through your shower, rush through getting dressed, and then rush through traffic? What about a missed appointment, a meal that did not come out as you ordered it, even something as simple as a commercial or TV show you don’t like playing on […]

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5 Physical Therapy Tips To Keep You Healthy

Physical therapy is about living a happy, healthy life free of pain. Our team works with each patient to provide personalized plans for every patient. These plans are put together with a lot of thought and consideration and since every patient is different, no two plans are the same. When we say “we get you […]

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National PT Month Highlights The Benefits of Physical Therapy

National PT Month Highlights The Benefits of Physical Therapy

For a lot of us, October means the start of cooler weather, tailgating and Halloween. It’s also National Physical Therapy Month, and this year the goal is to encourage people to choose physical therapy over opioid use. The American Physical Therapy Association wants to help spread public awareness that physical therapy is a safe alternative […]

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5 Healthy Fall Soup Recipes

Is it time for Fall soup recipes? Well, Fall is officially upon us, and although the weather hasn’t quite cooled yet, it’s hard not to crave a good soup recipe in the meantime. Here at Momentum Physical Therapy, we strongly believe that healthy eating is crucial to healthy living, and an integral part of a […]

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Ski Season Means Ski Injuries

As winter approaches, to many that means one thing- it’s ski season! Resorts and lodges start seeing more visitors, and the slopes starting seeing some traffic. As the slopes begin to fill, the lanes will be filled with skiers of all skill levels and experience. You may pass someone that’s a beginner, novice, or pro […]

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