Identifying Soreness vs. Injury

How do we tell when we have a simple ache or issue that came on after a hard workout? When do we truly have an injury? These are questions that many of our patients ask. Soreness or delayed onset muscle soreness, is typically classified in peaks 24 to 72 hours after activity.

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Mike Tucker
Avoiding Headaches with Hydration

Are you getting regular headaches? One simple solution could be drinking more water. Dehydration can sneak up on you quickly. By the time you're thirsty, you may already be dehydrated. If you do not replenish the fluid lost, your body will start to….

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Mike Tucker
Staying Hydrated This Summer

One of the reasons we love living here in the lowcountry is being outside and enjoying everything the outside has to offer, but now that we’re in the middle of summer time, the heat’s getting to us all.

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Mike Tucker
The Benefits of Aqua Therapy

We offer the area’s only indoor, heated, and resistance therapy pool. If you have an injury or illness that causes limited mobility, chronic pain, balance issues, or the inability to strengthen and stretch without pain, aquatic therapy may be a good option for you.

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Mike Tucker
Why Consider Pre-Surgical Rehabilitation

If you or someone you know is preparing for an upcoming surgery, the information you are about to read will be very useful. Most individuals are familiar with the thought of rehabilitation after surgery, but the idea of pre-surgical rehabilitation is gaining recognition.

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Mike Tucker
Quick Tip: Treating Plantar Fasciitis

One of the most common complaints we get from patients is that of plantar fasciitis, and just briefly, the plantar fascia is this band of tissue that connects the top of the foot to the bottom of our heel. It acts as a spring so to speak, so it helps cushion our foot as we load and unload our foot.

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Mike Tucker