Simple Movement Tests Can Predict Health

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The American Heart Association encourages people to “know their numbers” referring to blood pressure, blood cholesterol, blood glucose, and weight. However, research is now showing that moving properly is also important for health. Walking Speed Walking speed has been called the “sixth vital sign” in medical literature recently. Like blood pressure or heart rate, it is quick and easy to …

Downloadable Sports Schedules

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Download your team’s schedule below! You can use it as your wallpaper on your phone or just have it in your pictures so you always know when they’re playing! More sports will be added as the schedules come out. If your team isn’t represented below, shoot us a message and we’ll add them! Beggs Schedules Fastpitch Football Dewar Schedules Fastpitch …

Watermelon Slushie: Perfect for Summer

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Looking for a great drink to help you cool off this summer? A watermelon slushie may be exactly what you need! Not only is it easy to make, but it’s also healthy! Health Benefits This watermelon slushie is anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. Antioxidants in this drink will help prevent disease. It also has adaptogens to help your body deal with stress. …

ACL Reconstruction: When is it Safe to Return to Sports?

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction is one of the most common surgeries performed due to a sports injury. ACL rehab and ACL prevention training is one of the hottest topics in the sports medicine world. The Stats The sad reality is that while 80% of ACL reconstruction patients return to some form of sport, only 65% return to the same sporting …

Michelle Johnson, PT, MPT, CFSC, Joins the Impact Team!

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Impact Rehab & Wellness is excited to announce that Michelle Johnson, PT, MPT, CFSC is joining our team! Michelle is a native of Liberty Mounds, Oklahoma. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2006. After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree, she attended the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, where she graduated in 2009 …

Impact Athlete of the Week 4/15/19: Jared Sutter

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Jared Sutter, Beggs High School, Senior, Baseball, Left Fielder: Last week, Jared was 7 for 11 in 3 wins with 7 RBI, including a big 3 RBI double to break open a  12-2 victory over #10 Kellyville. Hitting 492 with 12 doubles and 25 RBIs on season. Jared Sutter Wins Athlete of the Week! Congrats, Jared!!

Hole in One: Improve Your Golf Game & Hip Mobility

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With the Masters coming up this weekend, we thought this was the perfect time to help out our local golfers. If you suffer from poor hip mobility or just want to improve your golf game and lower your risk of injury, we’ve got some great exercises for you! The Rotation Golf swings come in many forms. One of the biggest …

Lymphedema: What is it and How can it be Treated?

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Do you come home from work with swelling in your legs at the end of the day? Have you tried compression stockings for swelling, but find they don’t work or are too difficult to put on? Do you have swelling in your arms since breast cancer? If so, you might have lymphedema. Seeing a Certified Lymphedema Therapist may be the …