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June 2017 Newsletter

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Summer is just a few days away. School's out but you can still use technology to make your Summer a little brighter. This month we are highlighting 5 smartphone apps that can improve health, safety, and just might add a bit of enjoyment too. Click here to watch the video.

Recipe of the Month

If you are in a rush in the morning but would like some delicious nutrition, you might be interested in this cool morning refreshment--the PB&J smoothie. Click here for the recipe.

Berries, Greek yogurt, and nuts...a nice list of healthy ingredients to get you started in the morning. If you give it a try, let us know what you think.

Brain Protein May Signal When Concussed Athletes Can Return to Play

Football is around the corner. While concussions happen in a variety of sports, there's certainly plenty of concern about football concussions and when athletes are safe to return to the field. A clinical study published in February suggests that the “tau” brain protein might signal when it's safe for athletes to return to play. Click here to read more from the NIH.

Can Recreational Running Increase Your Arthritis Risk?

It's a fair question and one that is addressed in a recent issue of Perspectives for Patients published in the Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy. If you're a runner or are considering running, it's worth the read. Click here to access this article.

Have a wonderful Summer and Let Us Know If You Need Help

Has the nagging neck, back, shoulder or knee pain returned? You should see one of our physical therapists first. Give us a call and please share this newsletter with family members and friends.

Deb Lutsk, Admin. Assistant
Maria Butler, DPT, MSc
Corie Good, PT, DPT, OCS
Alan Mazur, PT, DPT, ATC
Stefan van Duursen, PT, MSc, FAAOMPT, Cert. Dry Needling, Board Cert. Orthopedic Specialist, Cert. Manual Therapist Cert., Manual Therapist Cert. MDT (McKenzie)

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