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“No Knees Past Toes” is No Myth

There is a pretty famous saying for those in the physical therapy and fitness world: There should be “no knees past toes” when you are stretching. This includes squats and lunges and this is for both athletes and for regular folks who are recovering from injury using physical therapy. So this is something that has been pretty well established. However

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Home Stretches for Your Calf Muscle

Now that we have learned just what the calf muscle is, it’s important to know how to stretch the two parts of the calf muscle when you are not in your physical therapists office. Of course you should always follow whatever course of therapy your physical therapist prescribes. But if you have the go-ahead to do your own routines at

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Palpation and Training for Transverse Adbominis

Need Physical Therapy near Midtown? Learn more about Miccass PT. In our last piece we talked about the transverse abdominis (TA) what it was, and how it could be impacting your life. So now that you know a little more about the TA let’s talk about an exercise that you can do to strengthen it. Palpation and Training for TA:

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What Is Your Transverse Abdominis?

Need Physical Therapy near Midtown? Learn more about Miccass PT. As a physical therapy patient you may only have a vague understanding of why you are seeking out these particular treatments. Physical therapy is great but so much of what goes on in a PT office happens on pain you can’t even see. Muscles like your transverse abdominis action (TA)

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Lower Back Pain May Not Need Pills, New Study Suggests

Lower back pain (LBP) is a pretty common ailment that many people deal with. Some skeptics believe that a needle and a pill bottle are always the answer to anything and everything involving pain. However there is evidence to question these beliefs for individuals suffering from LBP. A new study from the American College of Physicians (ACP) suggests that LBP will for

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