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Consider this, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, "Health care spending per person is expected to surpass $10,000 in 2016 and then march steadily higher to $14,944 in 2023." In reality, the average American spent $10,345 per person in 2016, including the cost of insurance premiums and deductibles (cnbc.com). Ouch! With healthcare costs rising another 5% this year, it’s no wonder that people choose to forgo care. However, there are alternatives. If you are a r...
Posted on 2018-02-08
4 Things You Need To Know About Safely Managing Chronic Pain Symptoms This blog was contributed by one of our readers, Jackie Waters. Ms. Waters is the proud mother of four boys. Jackie has suffered from rheumatoid arthritis since her early 20’s and knows what it is like to live with chronic pain. She is passionate about providing a healthy and happy home for her family, and aims to provide advice for others on how to do the same with her site Hyper-Tidy.com.   According to a ...
Posted on 2018-01-19
Talk to Your Physical Therapist About Protecting Yourself from Falls and Injuries Rich and colorful hues of orange, red and gold painted our beautiful Michigan landscape once more this year. While we’ve been spoiled by unusually warm weather in October and November, we are finally experiencing brisk temperatures and need I say, SNOW!!! Cold weather and shorter days means winter is here .Now is the time to prepare and protect yourself from fall hazards that may take place from slippery i...
Posted on 2017-12-12
The Right Questions to Ask About Aqua Therapy We know water has healing powers. Listening to water flow can create a sense of relaxation. Furthermore, our bodies are comprised of 70% water so it is no wonder that water is vital to our well-being. Water helps us stay hydrated, keeps our bodies detoxified, helps our skin glow, and plays a role in relieving conditions like headaches, stomach aches, heartburn, and asthma. But did you ever stop to think that water also creates an optimal environment...
Posted on 2017-10-24
Have you heard of Pilates? A lot of Pilate’s studios are popping up lately, and for good reason. It is an effective method for improving a golfer’s swing, a runner’s endurance and speed, a dancer’s technique, a tennis player’s game, and helping lower back pain, for example. Pilates enhances performance by engaging the core for more power. It also teaches individuals how to safely participate in sports and activities by avoiding future injury. Most of us know Pilate...
Posted on 2017-09-14
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