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  1. Bike Injuries

    By Patricia Staszak, PT Cycling is an excellent form of cardiovascular exercise that can be performed by people of all ages. It is primarily a…

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  2. Basic Principles of Bicycle Fit and Posture – Part Two

    By Patricia Staszak, PT Continued from Part One… Bicycle Posture After your bike is fit properly, it is important to learn the proper posture to assume…

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  3. Basic Principles of Bicycle Fit and Posture – Part One

    By Patricia Staszak, PT Basic Principles of Bike Fit Fitting a bike properly to a person is a very detailed task and one that is…

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  4. Stabilization Exercises: How They Help You Achieve Pain-Free Posture and Movement

    By Patricia Staszak, PT In this last article of the body wellness series, we will review how postural deficiencies can make us more vulnerable to…

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  5. Exercise of the Month: Shoulder Internal and External Rotation

    These are very common exercises in shoulder rehabilitation and a regular part of the workout of any athlete who needs to perform overhead motions with…

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  6. What is “Neutral” Joint Position and Why Is It Important?

    When we talk about a joint being in a “neutral” position, we’re referring to the point in the midrange of the joint where there is…

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  7. What is Good Posture?

    By Patricia Staszak, PT We’ve all been told to stand up straight, throw back our shoulders, hold our head up high. My mother was always…

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  8. Exercise of the Month: Abdominal Prep

    February 2010 This exercise works the trunk flexors, first using the deep stabilizing pelvic floor and abdominal muscles and then the obliques to pull the…

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  9. For Jan. 2010

    New pilates sessions…specials…etc.

  10. Treating Plantar Fasciitis with a Night Splint

    Treating Plantar Fasciitis with a Night Splint The plantar fascia is a ligament full of fibers that runs along the bottom of the foot from…

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