1. Tips For Self-Care And Wellness This Fall

    Welcome back to the Hopkins Health and Wellness blog! Today we’re giving you the low-down on all things self-care and wellness this Fall. Afterall, it’s flu season and with increasing amounts of darkness, it’s really important that we’re all taking care of ourselves.  If you’re currently need of health and wellness care, make sure you stop into our practice in Hopkins or Woodbury, so we…Read More

  2. Common Running Injuries

    Running is one of the best ways to get in shape, and many find it very relaxing. It’s an activity that people of just about all fitness abilities can get into. Look on social media and you’ll find a whole host of running groups, whether it’s at a rec center, a shoe store, or even a brewery. Once you get into it, you’ll definitely notice changes in your body, and most of them will be positi…Read More

  3. The Impact of Poor Posture

    Everyone has been guilty of poor posture. Whether you hunch over your computer at work or tend to slump down while eating dinner, many people are aware of their poor posture, but just never do anything to fix it. You are probably aware that good posture comes with a variety of benefits, but it may not have occurred to you that the opposite is true as well: poor posture has a variety of negative ef…Read More

  4. How Sleep Position Impacts Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    You know that sleep plays an integral role to your health. Sleep restores our bodies, healing the damage we do to our bodies on a daily basis. It plays an important part in ensuring that our nerves, muscles, and bones repair and grow. For these reasons, your physical therapist in Woodbury will be particularly concerned with ensuring that you get at least seven hours of quality sleep a night. Unfor…Read More

  5. How the Right Treatment at the Wrong Time Can Make Things Worse

    There’s an unfortunate truth that sometimes accompanies chiropractic care or physical therapy—sometimes, the results just don’t last. While every single medical practitioner has to account for some margin of error, no matter how small, the truth is that sometimes, not every problem can be solved. However, through the failures, it’s possible to learn new information that can lead to a highe…Read More