Category: Fusion Performance

Workout

Not Getting The Results You Want In The Gym? Time To Switch Up Your Workout Routine

February 10th, 2021

We know that It’s easy to get into a rut or hit a plateau where you find yourself doing the same exercise routine over and over. According to Women’s Health, every time you complete the same routine your body becomes more adept at handling the stress, which makes that ultimately, you’re burning less calories while

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Stretching

We All Know Exercise is Important – But So Is Stretching!

January 20th, 2021

Did You Know Stretching is Just as Important as Exercise? There’s no doubt about it: American aren’t getting enough physical activity. Healthy adults should be making a point of getting at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity every week. If you already know that you need to be more active, you may be preparing

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Stress-Related Headaches

Finally, Find Relief for Those Stress-Related Headaches

January 10th, 2021

Looking to Rid Yourself of Stress-Related Headaches? We Can Help! There is nothing worse than that feeling of having your head in a clamp. Whether the pain starts in your neck, the back of your head or front and center behind your eyes, stress headaches can derail your entire day. While reducing your stress level

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Exercise

How Exercise and Movement Impact Recovery

December 20th, 2020

Recover Faster with These Tips! What comes to mind when you think of recovering from an injury, surgical procedure, or painful area? Most people may imagine lots of rest, with little to no movement, and lounging on the couch until you feel better. While rest is undeniably important to recovery, so is exercise – and

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Hip and Knee Pain

Discover the Long-Term Benefits of Hip and Knee Pain Relief with Physical Therapy

November 20th, 2020

Are You Living With Hip and Knee Pain? Hip and knee pain are some of the most common types of pain people deal with – they are some of the top pains listed on the Centers for Disease Control surveys of adults reporting joint pain. So, if you are struggling with hip and knee pain,

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Aches and Pains

Reduce Your Aches and Pains with the Help of a Nutritional Diet

November 10th, 2020

If you work with a physical therapist to help manage a chronic pain condition, you will probably receive some nutritional advice as part of the process. Physical therapists are not nutritionists, but providing nutritional advice to patients is well within the scope of a physical therapist’s duties. For some chronic conditions, dietary changes can make

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Physical Therapy

You Can Find Fast Relief WITHOUT Opioids! Try PT Today

October 20th, 2020

Did You Know You Could Relieve Your Pain Without Harmful Drugs? Long-term opioid consumption is not a good strategy for managing chronic pain. In addition to the risk of addiction, opioids simply alleviate the symptoms (pain) of a larger problem. For very real, measurable improvement over chronic pain, physical therapy has been proven to be

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Workout

The Difference Between Overtraining and Under Recovered

October 10th, 2020

Are You Training Too Much or Has Your Body Not Completely Recovered Yet? In our last blog we talked about the importance of recovery time, or the time you take between workouts. As previously mentioned, recovery periods are an important part of working out, as they allow your muscles to rest, rebuild, and strengthen. It

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The Importance of Recovery

September 10th, 2020

The more you do is not always what the body needs. Recovery is the lost discipline. Athletes tend to believe that pushing the body to its limits is the best way to reach physical goals. While it is always important to have ambitions, recovery time should also play a crucial role in those ambitions. A

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Ahces and Pain

Waking Up Achy? It May Be Time to Say Goodbye to Your Mattress

August 10th, 2020

Did You Know You Could Relieve Your Aches and Pains by Changing Your Sleeping Situation? Imagine waking up, fully rested after 8 hours of sleep. As you gently awake, you move to sit up… only to be hit with an ache in your back. The aches in your shoulders and neck quickly follow as you

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