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October, 2018

“How Much Can You Accomplish While In Pain?” SOLVE DAILY ACHES & PAINS

Yourbody reliesonafine-tunedbalancingactofproperposture,strength, coordination, chemical levels, blood pressure, and more. If any one of these factors is affected, then something is bound to happen. Poor health, injury, an inactive lifestyle, and poor nutrition are often to blame for the constant nagging aches or pains you may be experiencing. Why do you ache in the morning? If an area of your body, such as your back is overworked, tissues get irritated in the day and build up a chronic layer of inflammation. This may be subtle enough where you don’t notice it too much at the end of the day. However, overnight the inflammation thickens and makes your tissues inelastic, while also irritating the affected area further. The result is aching stiff joints or muscles in the morning, until you get moving. Then the inflammation becomes more liquid like, allowing the tissues to move better, thus hurting less.

If this cycle continues to happen, severe problems can happen down the road.Therefore, it is important to address your constant aches and pains, before they become severe. Here’s what you should do If you catch a problem early, it requires less intervention later on.That is why you should talk to our physical therapists at Worcester Physical Therapy. We have years of medical training, specifically in muscle and joint evaluation, to pinpoint why you are having your aches and pains. Through listening to you and examining your problem, we put together a comprehensive treatment plan to get your body moving pain-free. If you find yourself dealing with constant aches and pains, don’t wait it out another minute. Call us today to talk with an expert to find out how we can help you relieve your aches and pains.

Contact us to schedule an appointment at 508-791-8740!

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