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GETTING BACK IN SHAPE AFTER STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS
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Did staying at home cause you to lose the progress you made before the stay-at-home orders were put in place? (continued inside)
INSIDE : • Getting Back in Shape After Stay-at-Home Orders • Tips For Getting Back In Shape
• Exercise Of The Month • Free Screen Event!
THE NEWSLETTER ABOUT YOUR HEALTH AND CARING FOR YOUR BODY NEWSLET TER
GETTING BACK IN SHAPE AFTER STAY- AT-HOME ORDERS
INSIDE : • Tips For Getting Back In Shape • Free Screen Event!
• We’re Open & Booking Appointments! • And More!
Tips For Getting Back In Shape 1. Baby steps at first.
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The sedentary lifestyle that I’m sure many people have experienced since being quarantined to their homes can actually lead to more aches, pains, and discomfort than one may think. Your body, quite simply, was made to move! With gyms and exercise classes closed for so long, you may have some pain when you get back to your daily physical activity. At Limitless Physical Therapy Specialists, we want to make sure you are able to get back into your normal exercise routine and don’t end up with unnecessary aches and pains, or worse, an injury. Follow our tips below and feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions!
If you haven’t been participating in the same type of vigorous physical activity you used to be accustomed to, it is important to begin with baby steps. Start small in the beginning and build up from there. When you push your body past its current limits, you make yourself more prone to injuries because your body is not prepared for the physical demands being asked of it. A physical therapist can help you understand the limits that your body developed while under quarantine and can create an exercise plan for you to get back to your physical goals.
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Tips For Getting Back In Shape
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Physical therapy is considered an essential healthcare service and we will continue to provide care to meet the needs of new and current patients as long as we feel it is appropriate. We are currently accepting appointments for necessary one-on-one in clinic appointments and are also now offering Telehealth services.
2. Keeping the correct form. No matter what type of physical exercise you are trying to get back into, form is a crucial part of it. Proper form could mean the difference between physical progress or injury. Your ability to safely perform any movement is reliant on great posture and proper body positioning. When living the sedentary lives that we all currently are, it is possible for your natural posture to shift a bit. A physical therapist can also help you improve your form during exercise by addressing any issues you may have while sitting, standing, twisting, bending, running, jumping, or lifting. Your physical therapist will create targeted exercises and stretches for you to improve your current form and limit the amount of impact on your joints during exercise. 3. Getting back to your weight goal. It is no secret that the past few months has caused many of us to lose some muscle mass and put on some more weight. With help from a physical therapist, you can set up an exercise regimen that will help you shed some pounds and maintain a healthy weight, taking off the added stress on your joints that may have developed. Your physical therapist will customize an exercise plan for your specific needs, which may include stretching, aerobic exercise, weight training, or pain relief treatments if necessary. This will help in reaching your targeted weight and decreasing pressure on vulnerable parts of your body. Contact us today Looking for more assistance in getting back in shape? Limitless Physical Therapy Specialists is here for you. Contact us today to discover how we can help you achieve your wellness and fitness goals.
As long as you have a smartphone, tablet, or a computer with a camera, you have what it takes for a telehealth appointment.
Our team is ready to help you live your life without limits right now! We are committed to providing excellent value to you during the time you spend with us - even if it is virtual! While every insurance is different, we promise there will be no surprise billing. In fact, most insurance companies are covering telehealth services in full right now. Feel free to call our office at (585) 869-5140 with questions about your insurance coverage, to schedule an appointment, or you can book an in clinic or telehealth appointment by clicking the button below.
Stay healthy and safe! - The Limitless Team
CALL US TODAY IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING ANY PAIN
FRONT PLANK FOREARMS & FEET Lie on your stomach with elbows bent. Your legs should be straight out behind you with your feet together. Raise up on your forearms and toes. Create a nice straight line with your body from your head to your heels. Concentrate on tucking your pelvic to engage your abs, squeezing your glutes and quads to keep your legs straight, and squeezing your legs together as you hold. Hold for 20 seconds and repeat 3 times. Helps To Strengthen Core www.simpleset.net Try this movement if you are experiencing back pain. EXERCISE OF THE MONTH
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT KINESIO TAPING
Have you suffered from an injury or condition that is affecting your everyday life? Pain can sometimes be so debilitating that it creates problems with your functional mobility, making daily tasks much more difficult than they used to be. Fortunately, the treatments provided within physical therapy clinics have been proven to help alleviate pain, promote healing, increase strength and range of motion, and most importantly, get patients back to comfortably living their normal lives. Physical therapists implement a variety of exercises and modalities into their treatment plans, based on the specific needs of each patient. Kinesio taping is among these, used to improve your mobility and provide support to your muscles, joints, and tendons. Your physical therapist will perform Kinesio taping by placing the strips of tape on the affected area of your body, as well as any other places that may be experiencing pain or stiffness. If you are experiencing pain and you think you could benefit from Kinesio taping, call our office to schedule an appointment today! What does Kinesio taping do? At your initial appointment, your physical therapist will perform a thorough evaluation, which will determine if Kinesio taping will be an effective option for your treatment plan. If so, your physical therapist will explain how it will benefit your journey toward recovery and the step-by-step process that you will go through to get there. Kinesio taping works by doing a few important things for your body. It helps in resetting the circuitry in the affected part of your body by correcting any faulty interactions between the skin and the muscles, joints, and tendons underneath. This results in an improvement of muscle strength and activity. Kinesio taping also works by blocking any pain receptors being sent to the brain. If those painful messages aren’t being received, the muscles in the affected area will loosen up and the likelihood for spasms will significantly decrease. Pain constricts an affected area, but if the pain is taken away, there suddenly becomes more freedom for blood flow and movement.
FREE SCREENING EVENT! FOR ALL OF JULY! From July 1 - July 31 we are offering completely free 30-minute, one- on-one consultations for anyone experiencing discomfort or pain in any area of the body. Request to have your consultation in the clinic OR via telehealth with one of our physical therapists who will do an exam and make recommendations based on what they find. Book your free consultation now! Call our office today at (585) 869-5140 to reserve your spot or visit our website at www.limitlesspts.com to fill out a request for an appointment.
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