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One Annual Exam That’s Probably Missing from Your Calendar

At a yearly physical therapy “checkup,” your PT will gather your medical history and observe as you participate in screening tests and other assessments to establish a baseline of your physical abilities, fitness level and personal health. Physical therapists are educated on how your musculoskeletal system functions properly and are trained to identify dysfunctions before they grow into bigger problems.

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Becoming a mother has been one of the most exciting things that has ever happened to me; it has also opened my eyes to a plethora of women’s health issues that many women just accept as a part of life, especially after having a baby.  One of these issues is urinary...

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Back to School Injury Prevention

Back to school means back to competitive high school sports. The excitement of youth sports draws us all together. Many childhood lessons, even lifelong lessons, are taught on the field. Many positive outcomes emerge from participation in team sports. To keep children...

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4 Ways to Stick To Your Health Goals

Getting started is sometimes a bit of a challenge but staying “started” is the tricky part.  In my 26 years of experience in the fitness field, I have seen it all.  Indeed, I have gained great insight regarding why people seem to fail at their New Year’s Resolutions. ...

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Lexi Rix Spotlight

I first heard about S2S from a hip specialist who highly recommended Meredith based on her unique methods. Although I was living in Fort Worth at the time, I was willing to make the drive for a physical therapist so highly recommended by a great doctor. I had already...

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YOGA AT S2S: Inspiration from Lauren

What are some of the first thoughts that pop into your head when you hear the word yoga? Or maybe, what are some of the feelings you have associated with this word, either positive or negative. These are some of the questions you may ask yourself when considering...

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