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Pre-hab for Injury Prevention

Pre-hab is one of the best ways to prevent injuries in patients at risk for developing significant movement problems. Those with physically demanding jobs may find that the exercises, stretches and pain relieving techniques taught at physical therapy help them perform in their jobs. This is especially true in jobs where there are high incidences of certain injuries.

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What Is Pre-hab?

The term pre-hab is short for preventative rehabilitation. A physical therapist typically uses pre-hab in two ways. First, they can teach targeted exercises and stretches to patients who are at risk for serious injuries. Second, pre-hab is a form of physical therapy used prior to surgery to speed healing and recovery.

“Take Me Fishing” Trailers

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Stocked with equipment and information, Idaho Fish and Game's "Take Me Fishing" trailers travel to local ponds across the state. Wrapped with vibrant fish illustrations, they're hard to miss. Getting kids, moms and dads excited about fishing can build a new generation of anglers. The only thing kids and their parents have to do is show up!

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Muscle Spasms: Vitamins and Minerals That Can Help

A calcium or magnesium deficiency is a common cause of muscle spasms, particularly spasms of the legs and feet. According to Acu-Cell.com, muscle spasms of the left leg are indicative of a calcium depletion, whereas muscle spasms of the right leg are indicative of a magnesium depletion. Your body requires a balance of both of these minerals and they work synergistically so for the best results take a "Cal/Mag" supplement, which is a supplement that provides both.

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Stretches To Relieve a Tight, Sore Neck: Bridge

Here's a classic yoga pose that allows you to control how much you stretch the back of your neck by how high the hips are lifted. Begin lying flat on your back with your arms along the sides of your body, with your palms facing down. Bend your knees and place your feet flat on the floor. Walk your heels as close as you can to your bum, keeping them hip-width apart.

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Stretches To Relieve a Tight, Sore Neck: Seated Heart Opener

Stretch through the front of your neck, chest, and shoulders with this relaxing heart opener. Begin sitting on the heels as if coming into Reclining Hero pose. Lean back and place your palms flat on the floor about eight to 10 inches behind you so your fingertips are pointing away. Press your hands firmly into the ground to lift the chest high, arching your back and pushing your hips into your heels.

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Stretches To Relieve A Tight, Sore Neck: Grounded Tipover Tuck

Here's a relaxing stretch for your neck and shoulders that can also help relieve headaches and drowsiness. Come into Child's Pose with your shins and forehead on the floor. Stay here for a few breaths, working on lengthening your spine as you relax your chest to your thighs. When you're ready, interlace your hands behind you in a double fist.

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Stretches To Relieve A Tight, Sore Neck: Behind the Back Neck Stretch

This standing stretch can be done anywhere, and will offer a deep stretch in the sides of your neck. Stand with your feet hip distance apart, arms by your sides. Reach both hands behind your backside, and hold onto your left wrist with your right hand. Use your right hand to gently straighten your left arm and pull it away from you slightly. 

Summer is Here!

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Summer is here and at Sativa Sisters we have everything you need to kick winter to the curb! Our summer hours start tomorrow,  we will be open 8a-11p Monday- Saturday and 9a-10p Sunday. Browse our menu online and then come on in. Happy Summer!

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Stretches To Relieve A Tight, Sore Neck: Seated Clasping Neck Stretch

Use your hands to offer a deep stretch for the back of your neck and your upper back.

Sit comfortably in a chair or on the floor. Clasp your hands and bring both palms to the back of your head.

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