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“Thanks to HealthActions, I will be able to perform my normal activities!”

March 19th, 2020

“My entire experience at physical therapy was nothing more than what I expected. Scheduling of appointments was excellent. I received the normal time of therapy, but at the conclusion of first scheduled weeks, I was supposed to be dismissed. The therapist concluded that my goals had not been met and offered extended therapy with the

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Michael White – “The staff was very helpful and caring!”

March 18th, 2020

“When I first came to physical therapy, I was not sure if it would help, but I was wanting to try. Some of the exercises I had never done before. They were hard at first, but really helped. The staff was very helpful and caring. I would ask others to at least try physical therapy,

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HealthActions Attends Monroeville’s Annual Chamber Dinner

February 18th, 2020

HealthActions enjoyed attending the 2020 Annual Chamber Dinner in Monroeville this past weekend. It was such a pleasure to network with other local business professionals and hear from key note speaker, Megan Young, Director of Strategy & Special Projects of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

Lasting Relief for Hip & Knee Pain with Physical Therapy

February 12th, 2020

Does nagging hip and knee pain keep you from completing everyday tasks with ease? If you’ve been living with chronic aches and pains in these areas, you may benefit from regular physical therapy treatment. A skilled physical therapist can help to improve your daily quality of life by targeting your problem areas to decrease pain

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What is Pre-hab and How Can it Help Me Recover Faster?

August 12th, 2019

It’s no secret that having physical therapy after an injury or surgery helps you recover faster. But what if there was a way to prevent an injury in the first place? Or what if there was a way to speed recovery from surgery long before you went under the knife? Pre-hab or preventative rehabilitation helps

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Say No to Sciatica! 3 Indicators That You Need to See a Physical Therapist

August 5th, 2019

Each of your sciatic nerves runs from either side of your lower back down to each of your legs. That’s why a classic sign of sciatica is having a shooting pain on one side only. While compression of one of your sciatic nerves can literally be a “pain in the butt,” it doesn’t always require

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5 Quick Tips for Less Pain and More Energy

July 20th, 2019

Millions of individuals live with varying degrees of pain while also experiencing limited amounts of energy. There are several quick and effective ways you can increase your energy levels while reducing pain. Incorporating physical therapy into your regular routine is one way to limit pain. Call HealthActions Physical Therapy for more information regarding the use

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How to be Healthier, Stronger, and More Active

July 10th, 2019

If you are suffering from chronic pain, you know that being healthier, stronger and more active often seems unattainable. Fortunately, the key to a more active lifestyle is simpler than you think. Call our office today to find out how physical therapy can help you achieve levels of health and fitness you have only dreamed

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The Connection Between Core Strength and Better Balance

June 20th, 2019

Physical therapy as an industry has been talking about the link between core strength and better balance for years. When the “core” muscles around your trunk are strong, they prevent chronic lower back pain and many other injuries, but they also keep you from losing your balance and falling down. A stronger core will help

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5 Ways to Relieve Back and Neck Pain

June 10th, 2019

There are common causes of both back pain and neck pain. Changes in the spine’s anatomy often cause back pain. There may be lumbar disc herniation, lumbar degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis or sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Disc herniation occurs when the gel-like interior of the disc leaks outward and irritates the nerve roots. It typically causes

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