CCMC PT. Sports Injuries

“I was seeking physical therapy for aches and pains due to a previous accident. I was experiencing lower back pain and weakness in getting out of bed. Though it was hard at first, I got stronger with each session. My pain has since gone from barely being able to walk to now walking without problem. I would definitely recommend CCMC Physical Therapy. All the staff are friendly and encourage you to get better and stronger.” - Alan S. “I came to CCMC for a pinched nerve, resulting in neck and shoulder blade pain. The treatments were always insightful and helpful, opening my eyes to my bad posture and educating me with proper exercises. I have since learned how to be more proactive than reactive with my problem areas. The staff at CCMC is always friendly and knowledgeable!” - Chelsea P. “I was experiencing a lot of shoulder pain, making it hard for me to move my arm for simple tasks like washing my hair, getting things from the cupboard, or gardening– things I took for granted. The CCMC PT staff taught me how to strengthen my shoulder and educated me on how to move my arm the right way. I am now able to do things without pain!” - Karen F. SUCCESS STORIES Hear What Our Patients Are Saying

EXERCISE ESSENTIALS Try this simple exercise to help keep you moving...

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KNEE EXTENSION While sitting, tighten your top thigh muscle to press the back of your knee downward towards the ground. Repeat 6 times on each leg.

If you’re suffering from back or neck pain and think you may benefit from physical therapy, call 989.224.3000 (ext. 625) or visit clintoncountymedicalcenter.com today!

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INGREDIENTS • 1 cup greek yogurt (substitute coconut milk, coconut cream, or coconut yogurt)

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• honey, agave, or other sweetener (optional) • popsicle molds (substitute small cups with flat bottoms) • popsicle stick

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• 1/2 cup blueberries • 1 cup strawberries

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Make your white stars by making white, star-shaped “ice cubes” out of the greek yogurt (To avoid mess, use a syringe to easily fill the compartments). Meanwhile, make a puree with blueberries, adding optional sweetener if desired. Add a white star to the bottom of a flat bottomed popsicle mold or small cups with a flat bottom. Immediately cover them with your blueberry puree and freeze again. Once frozen, add a layer of yogurt or coconut. Placethepopsiclestick intotheyogurt layer. Iusedsomealuminumfoiltoholdthestickup, and then placed them into the freezer to freeze the stick in place. Puree the strawberries. When the yogurt layer is frozen, cover it with a layer of strawberry puree and freeze again. Follow the process with one more layer of yogurt and one more layer of strawberry puree. When ready to serve, ease the popsicles out gently by warming the sides of your cups with

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