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July 7, 2016Health News You Can Use

Heart Healthy Cookout Ideas

Warmer weather may mean it’s time to break out the grill, here are some tips and ideas from the American Heart Association for a healthier grilling cookout: Go fish! Fish, especially oily fish like tuna and salmon have great nutritional benefits including omega-3 fatty acids. Rub a fillet with lemon juice and parsley or rosemary for […]

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July 6, 2016TexPTS In The News

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists’ Physical Therapists Become Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialists

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists (TexPTS) is proud to announce that eleven of their physical therapists have received training and earned the professional designation of Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). Staff who received the designation are:     Dr. Aaron Caro-Mata, PT, OCS, SCS     Dr. Stephen Clark, PT, ATC, OCS     Dr. Alyson Ellis, PT, OCS     Dr. Barbara Guarriello, PT, OCS […]

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July 2, 2016Health News You Can Use

Stay Safe on the 4th of July and All Summer Long

Whether you’re at the beach or in your own backyard, keep in mind that about 90 percent of nonmelanoma skin cancers and about 86 percent of melanomas can be attributed to exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. People heading to the beach should be particularly vigilant, because water reflects up to 10 percent […]

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June 30, 2016Health News You Can Use

Earlier Intervention, Higher Savings

A recent ConsumerReports.org article noted that doctors oftentimes order more tests, drugs, and surgeries than necessary while sometimes overlooking proven treatments. While the article touched on a couple different underutilized treatments, including the shingles vaccine, we want to expand on our favorite point – physical therapy for low back pain! People suffering from a new occurrence of low back […]

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June 27, 2016Health News You Can Use

Physical Therapist’s Guide to Osteoarthritis of the Hip

Hip osteoarthritis is inflammation of the hip joint. It can develop at any age, although it is more commonly diagnosed in older adults. Hip osteoarthritis can make everyday activities such as walking or climbing stairs difficult. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 25% of all people may develop painful hip osteoarthritis by age 85. […]

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