KinetixPT: Solve Daily Aches & Pains

NEWSLETTER Health & Wellness Newsletter 352-505-6665

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Health & Wellness Newsletter


How do you feel when you wake up in the morning? Does your body feel stiff, like a brick that’s been plastered to your bed? Is it difficult to move your arms, legs, back, etc., without feeling achy, sore, or even painful? Does it feel as if your body is moving in slow motion, with your discomfort holding you back? Yourbody wasmade tomove.Prolongedperiodsof inactivity can causemuscles and joints to constrict, resulting in pain or achiness - that’s why the mornings are typically the hardest for people experiencing these symptoms. However, the way that you live your daily life can also be a factor in daily aches and pains. Your body relies on certain physical responses to movement, such as posture, coordination, strength, blood pressure, etc. Everything you do has an impact on the way your body responds. If you live an inactive or unhealthy lifestyle, aches are certainly common. Conversely, if you have sustained an injury or strain from an overly-active lifestyle, aches will also be common. Whatever the case may be, our physical therapists at Kinetix Physical Therapy are here to help. Their sole focus is helping you achieve your highest level of comfort. If you are experiencing daily aches and pains that you just can’t seem to shake, give our office a call today. Why am I so achy? Overexertion is a common reason for achiness or pain. Let’s say you decide to start up a new physical routine: you’ve never been much of YOU’RE ONE STEP AWAY FROMPAIN RELIEF! INSIDE: • Simple Tips For Ache Relief • Relieve Leg Pain In Minutes • Patient Success Spotlight • Healthy Recipe

Whether you have aches and pains or have been suffering for a long time, seeing a physical therapist at Kinetix Physical Therapy can help you return to a more active and pain-free life. Give us a call at 352-505-6665 today!

a runner, but you want to get into it. So, the first day you run, you push yourself to a mile. You didn’t think it sounded like too much, but your body wasn’t used to it. Your legs were overworked, and the tissues in your muscles got irritated, causing inflammation. Therefore, you wake up the next morning with sore legs. This is what happens when any part of your body is overworked. You may not notice it during the day while you’re moving, but inflammation can thicken overnight during inactivity, causing tissues to become inelastic.Thiscan causestiffness orpain in themorning, typically easing as you move throughout the day. However, the cause for stiffness isn’t always as cut and dry as, “I did an exercise I wasn’t used to so now I’m sore.” Sometimes it’s difficult to pinpoint the cause of your discomfort. That’s why it’s important to consult with a physical therapist if your aches and pains persist.

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• Sleep! - This is probably the easiest step you can take to relieve common aches. Your body chemistry is delicate, and not getting enough sleep can affect that. This prevents your muscles and tissues from functioning as they normally would, resulting in stiffness, soreness, or achiness. • Stay hydrated - Drinking water is an important part of living a healthy, pain-free life. When you are dehydrated, your tissues become drier, which slows down normal chemical processes in your body. Your body is 70% water and your muscles are 80%water. When you don’t drink enough water, your body can become achy due to dryness. In order to stay hydrated, you should drink 1/2 your body weight in ounces every day. • Maintain a healthy diet of fruits and vegetables - Fruits and vegetables with bright colors often have a higher concentration of antioxidants and vitamins. Fruits and vegetables help your body in maintaining its normal functions. • Exercise regularly - Exercise allows your body to efficiently pump blood around your body. When you exercise on a consistent basis, muscles and joints remain warm, lowering the possibility of them becoming tight. • Keep a good posture - Slouching causes stress on the shoulders and neck, which can cause pain or achiness. If you sit at a desk or computer, it is important to get up every 30 minutes for a few seconds to stretch. Moving around or simply standing up after a while is a great way to maintain a good posture, even if you don’t have a very active day. • Get a physical therapy consultation - If your aches and pains are persistent and aren’t going away despite your best efforts, it may be time to consult a physical therapist. At Kinetix Physical Therapy, we will help you determine the best course of action for your specific needs. How physical therapy will help: A consultation with a physical therapist will allow you to address the issues that you’re facing. It is always better

to figure out the cause of your pain early on, rather than waiting until it gets worse.The earlier you make an appointment, the easier the treatment will be. One of our dedicated physical therapists will give you a muscle and joint evaluation to discover problem areas and determine exactly what may be causing your aches and pains. From there, they will create a personalized treatment plan for you that will help alleviate your aches. They are dedicated to your progress and genuinely want to see you feel better - so why wait? Say goodbye to your daily aches and pains with Kinetix Physical Therapy today!

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INGREDIENTS • 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil • 1 tbsp sherry vinegar • 1 tsp orange zest • ½ tsp salt • ½ tsp honey

• ½ tsp ancho chile powder • 1 large cucumber, chopped • 1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved • 1 ripe avocado, halved, pitted & chopped

DIRECTIONS Whisk oil, vinegar, orange zest, salt, honey and chile powder in a large bowl. Add cucumber; toss gently. Cover and let marinate for 15 minutes. Fold in tomatoes. Gently fold in avocado. Serve immediately.

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Patient Success Spotlight


For Back Pain & Sciatica Sufferers: • Do you have pain when you stand, walk, or sit? • Do you experience pain, numbness or tingling in your buttocks… down your leg? For Balance & Dizziness Symptoms: • Have you fallen? • Are you unsteady? • Do you experience dizziness? • Do you feel like the room is spinning? For Shoulder Pain Sufferers: • Do you have pain when reaching overhead? • When reaching into the backseat? • When reaching behind you? • When trying to sleep? If you have answered YES to any of these questions, then these workshops may be a life changing event for you (or a stubborn spouse or parent who is in denial). Register by calling 352-505- 6665 or at Seats are limited, so register today!

I was able to decrease my pain medication! “My experience at Kinetix was awesome. All the guys were supportive and motivational towards me, to improve the strength of my legs and muscles around my knees. I was able to decrease my pain medication thanks to it. I used to sometimes have my knee fail and almost fall, and it has not failed at all lately. I want to thank Dr. Josh, Raj, and Albert for all their advice and help.” - Jonathan

Relieve Leg Pain In Minutes Try this movement if you are experiencing leg pain.

HAMSTRING STRETCH - WALL Lie on the floor in a doorway. Rest your leg against the wall. Scoot through the doorway until you feel a stretch up the back of your thigh. Hold for 6 seconds then repeat 10 times on both sides. Strengthens Legs

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