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Just like Taylor Swift’s iconic eras, we all have phases in our lives, and for some, it might just be the “pelvic floor era.” But fear not, because we’re here to navigate you through it with humor, expertise, and a sprinkle of celebrity wisdom. Even Taylor’s bestie Brittany Mahomes is telling women not to ignore...
Breathing is often neglected when we consider where to begin our journey to improved health. But we are going to share with you how the rhythm of your breath orchestrates a symphony of stability within your body. At Inspire Physical Therapy and Wellness, we embark on a journey that delves into the profound relationship between...
It’s a common misconception that where you feel pain is where you need to be treated. Surprisingly, it is more common that where you feel pain is where your body is paying the price for dysfunction happening somewhere else in the body.  This dysfunction can be caused by many different sources: muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons,...
Ahhh…SUMMER!  Time to kick off the heels and take a stroll through the grass or slip on a pair of  “barely there” shoes. But is this the best thing we can do for our feet? Let’s discuss some normal walking mechanics. In a normal walking pattern, we first strike with the heel, roll through the...
Have you heard of dry needling but not sure what it is, or wondering how it is different from acupuncture? Are you wondering if it can help alleviate some of your pain? Let us help clear up the mystery for you. Dry needling is a form of intramuscular stimulation that does not inject any fluid...
The summer heat is upon us and runners everywhere are gearing up for a season of training. Many are hoping to improve their stamina in hopes of chasing the ever coveted PR (personal record). Or maybe this is your first time training and you want some advice to know how to ensure a good running...
Yes, I said it, urinary incontinence! I know it’s not the most glamorous subject, but it is a familiar term to many men and women. Have you ever laughed, coughed, or sneezed and felt something “leak” out?  Have you ever had to the use the restroom so bad, only to not make it in time?...