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July 29, 2016AllPro Sports Training

Fantasy Sports – Is This the Real Life?

One of my favorite hobbies is fantasy sports. If I were a little older, I’d probably be working with ESPN, Yahoo, Draft Kings or Fan Duel to pioneer their fantasy sports lines. However, I was born about 10-15 years too late, thanks Mom and Dad. I believe I like it so much because I become […]

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July 27, 2016Health News You Can Use

Physical Therapist’s Guide to Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Osteoarthritis of the knee (knee OA) is the inflammation and degeneration of the bones that form the knee joint (osteo=bone, arthro=joint, itis=inflammation). The diagnosis of knee OA is based on 2 primary findings: radiographic evidence of changes in bone health (through medical images such as x-ray and MRI) and an individual’s symptoms (how you feel). Approximately […]

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July 22, 2016Health News You Can Use

Exercise Your Brain

A couple months ago we talked about how exercise can help reduce your risk for cancer, but what about your brain? A wealth of information supports the idea that physical activity is good for the brain, but exactly how remains somewhat of a mystery. A new study, published this month in the journal eLIFE, suggests that strenuous […]

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July 19, 2016ProRehab in the Community, ProRehab In The News

ProRehab Louisville Announces Partnership with King Louie’s Sports Complex

ProRehab Physical Therapy (PRPT), a locally-owned private practice physical therapy company, is pleased to announce their partnership with King Louie’s Sports Complex, effective immediately. The agreement will allow ProRehab Physical Therapy to serve as the exclusive onsite physical therapy provider for King Louie’s Sports Complex. The PRPT staff will also provide athletic training, physical therapy access, and […]

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July 17, 2016Health News You Can Use

Tips for a Healthy Road Trip

Road trips can take a toll on everyone – here are some ideas from the American Heart Association to keep things healthier while on the open road: Make “rest breaks” active: pick a road stop or park and get the family out of the car to take a brisk 10-minute walk and move around. Not only […]

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