Self-Care / Activities of Daily Living Instructions The “Do’s & Don’ts” List In order to help you get the best possible results from your care, we have composed this list of general “Do’s and Don’ts.”  If you have specific questions about other ways to manage your injury or problem, please ask! Your Treatment Schedule Do…

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Chances are, you’re spending more time at home than usual recently. When you’re tired and hungry, sooften “what you see is what you eat”. What do you see when you open your refrigerator or pantry?Plenty of healthful options—or a big bag of potato chips or other empty-calorie snack staring you in theface?Here are a few…

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A Modern Epidemic of Poor Posture, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Arm/Hand Neurological Symptoms and Accelerated Spinal Degenerative Arthritis [“Text Neck” and “Tech Neck” are synonymous] On Monday, March 3, 2018, the front page of the newspaper USA Today printed a “snapshot” noting that “US consumers spend an average of 7.8 hours each day engaging with digital content.”…

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While neck pain is most commonly associated with whiplash associated disorder (WAD), patients often report jaw or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain following a car accident, sport injury, or slip and fall. Common symptoms associated with temporomandibular disorders (TMD) include pain in the jaw joint area (in front of the ear), neck and shoulder pain, ear…

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Spring cleaning chores can come with unwanted pain if not done carefully. Bending and/or twisting at the waist is a common cause for upper and lower back pain. From washing dishes, to vacuuming, using the proper techniques can prevent you from experiencing back or neck pain. When washing dishes, open the cabinet beneath the sink,…

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Fevers caused by the body’s immune system are not dangerous. While it can be frightening to have your child run a moderate to high fever, it is simply their body doing what it was designed to do. For all children above the age of 3 months, a fever is actually a good thing. It is…

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At Corner on Wellness we understand how frustrating and stressful it can be for our patients to deal with insurance companies and claims. Here are some things to keep in mind: Insurance companies deny claims (sometimes incorrectly) hoping that you won’t appeal You have the right to appeal a claim that has been denied, but…

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It’s that time of year again…cold and flu season seems to be as predictable as our rainy northwest weather. And while it is possible to feel like one, or both, is inevitable, they don’t have to be! Here are some tips to help prevent and treat colds and flu quickly: Frequent hand washing: We’ve all…

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