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Prenatal Exercise Shanel Hatfield Kaldahl DPT Staying active during pregnancy can be a difficult thing to achieve. From morning sickness and fatigue in the first trimester to weight gain and body changes in the second trimester to even more body changes in the third trimester. However despite the many challenges to staying active during pregnancy there are many benefits to doing so.  Benefits of exercise during pregnancy? Increased energy & mood Decreased constipation Manageme...
Posted on 2020-05-19
Take a couple minutes to check out this video on stretching for prevention of work related neck and arm discomfort! Disclaimer: This stretching program is for general health and wellness and is not intended for treatment of upper body pain. If you are experiencing neck or arm symptoms, we encourage you to contact us for a telehealth or in person visit to further evaluate and customize a home program at (218)727-1180. If you would like to access these exercises online for further instruction...
Posted on 2020-05-15
WHOLE BODY EXERCISE FOR HOME-PILATES Suzanne Donahue               With gyms closed and shelter in place extended, it’s important to continue to get physical exercise to help deal with stress and keep moving. I’m very thankful to be able to do Pilates at home with usually nothing more than my mat and laptop or phone!   Benefits: I think Pilates is one of the best whole body exercises you can do. Here are some...
Posted on 2020-04-23
Physical Activity Guidelines to Help Get You In Motion Shanel Hatfield Kaldahl DPT Are you getting enough physical activity? The numbers vary widely according to the CDC from 17.7 -47.7 of people who are classified as physically active (2020), that means as much as 85 of your max heart rate and vigorous is 76-96 intensity desired] + HR rest. FYI if algebra isn’t your strong suit there are calculators on the internet that will calculate it for you. An even easier way to track intensity ...
Posted on 2020-04-09
CHOOSE PHYSICAL THERAPY FIRST: BY UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS OF PAIN Pain is produced by the brain. While pain does start at the point of injury—it also kind of doesn’t, as well. The nerves of the injured body part send a warning signal up a rather complicated pathway to your brain. Once there, the brain decides if it needs to then send a pain signal in response back to the injured body part.... Whew. Okay, this is sometimes hard to grasp—this back-and-forth carrier system. ...
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