Gabby Tucker, PTA Joins Impact Rehab & Wellness!

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We’re excited to announce that Gabby Tucker, PTA has joined the Impact team! Gabby is from the small town of Haskell, OK. She’s excited to have her first PTA job in another small town close to home. In 2020, she graduated from Connors State College/Indian Capital Technology Center where she received her Associate of Applied Science degree and completed the …

Osteoporosis: How to Make a Positive Impact on Your Bone Health

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Most of us know someone who struggles with Osteoporosis, or Osteopenia. 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men have had fractures related to Osteoporosis. What you may not know is that there is more you can do for Osteoporosis besides taking medication, stop smoking, and getting enough calcium. Risk Factors Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to …

Fight Depression with Meditation & Movement

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Move Better, Feel Better is on the back of our t-shirts at Impact Rehab & Wellness. It’s something we try to instill in our patients. Sometimes something as simple as breathing and moving can help you feel better! 15 million Americans suffer from depression! Exercise has been found to reduce the symptoms. This is because exercise promotes the release of …

Southwest Salmon Chowder

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Eat Better, Feel Better With the weather turning colder, many of us are making soup for dinner. After all, it’s a simple way to stay warm and there are many different types to choose from. This recipe for salmon chowder is easy to make and contains many foods that help you feel better by decreasing inflammation! Many chronic health problems …

Move More, Feel Better, and Live Longer!

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Do you have 11 minutes a day for your health? We all know that we need to be more active and exercise regularly. This can be hard, especially for those who suffer from chronic illness. Going to the gym is often not an option and finding time to exercise at home can be challenging as well. New research found that …

Can my diet make my back pain better?

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Back pain affects most adults and limits quality of life. Usually, people are given the option of pain medication or physical therapy, and sometimes surgery to help with the pain. What if you could take your pain into your own hands and do something about it? According to a recent study, the food you eat CAN positively or negatively affect …

Exercise is Medicine

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Did you know that a sedentary lifestyle is a risk factor for many health issues? This includes cardiovascular disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, bone and joint disease, depression, and premature death! Unfortunately, inactivity is on the rise due to Covid-19. Fortunately, there’s something you can do about it! Exercise is proven to be a great way to combat these issues, …

Concussion in Sports

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A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that affects your brain function. A concussion is caused by a bump, blow, or a rapid movement of the head. Additionally, they can occur from a fall or blow to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. Due to the extremely physical nature of contact sports, …

Knee Pain: Simple Exercises to Help

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If you’re experiencing knee pain, it might surprise you to learn that strengthening your hips can help! Whether you’re considering surgery or opting for a more conservative approach make sure hip strengthening is part of your plan. There’s a strong relationship between hip strength and knee pain. Current studies show that patients who strengthened their hips prior to knee surgery …

Blood Flow Restriction Training: A Physical Rehabilitation Game Changer

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New advanced technology to help you recover quicker. An in depth look at how it works. Getting strong is hard. Rehab after injury is hard. Unfortunately, losing muscle after periods of inactivity or immobilization is not hard. Muscle is easy to lose, but hard to gain. Even brief periods of decreased activity can cause a significant amount of muscle loss …