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Posted by: Andre Heletsi | February 10, 2017

In today’s blog we are discussing dance injuries. Often dancers are asked to take time off in order to resolve an injury. From our experience, rest is not enough and when the dancer returns to the stress of the activity, the injury often returns. Today, we’re going to share with you a case where an eleven year old ballet dancer suffered from foot pain for over a year after consultations and treatment from five various healthcare providers.

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Posted by: Andre Heletsi | September 16, 2016

Welcome to another week’s blog! Today, I would like to discuss elbow pain. Specifically, lateral epicondylitis, also known as “tennis elbow”, or simply,  pain in the elbow. Why do I want to discuss this today? Well, I see many people in my office that experience acute or even chronic pain in their elbow that lasts for year after year.

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Posted by: Andre Heletsi | September 1, 2016

“You can have 20/20 foresight and get to places of your dreams when you’re next to someone’s 20/20 hindsight.” -Keith Kochner

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Posted by: Andre Heletsi | August 19, 2016

Pain Women Experience After Giving Birth…

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Posted by: Andre Heletsi | July 29, 2016

Hey, it’s Andre Heletsi, from Missing Link Physical Therapy, blogging once again. Today, I want to talk about inflammation. I’m not talking about inflammation in the joint or inflammation in the muscles, I’m talking about inflammation in the gut and HOW it relates to joint and muscle pain. Inflammation in the gut is chronic and is caused by foods that are genetically modified, including pesticides, and hormones. How is this related to the joints you ask? Well, with inflammation in the gut, you’re unable to absorb nutrients. With the inability to absorb nutrients, you can then experience fogginess in the head and joint/muscle pain. Today is the day to CHANGE what you are putting into your body.

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