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Never Give Up On Your New Year’s Resolution of Feeling Better

by Jason Ulisse February 04, 2013

How is your New Year’s Resolution going? Yea, that resolution you may have stopped a few weeks ago when you decided to eat that extra donut or sleep in just a few more minutes. As New Year’s approaches and passes, it is quite common for a lot of us to make our “New Year’s Resolutions” for the upcoming year. It is a popular topic to discuss in our office and I hear many different lists. Most often the resolutions are similar to “losing weight”, “exercising more frequently” & ”getting more out of life”. Hearing this over and over again led me to this question: “How can we achieve these goals (resolutions) when we are in pain?” It is very difficult to exercise when your back or knee hurts thus making it harder to lose weight or develop that “beach body”. It is also hard to enjoy life on a daily basis when the first thing you feel is the sharp pain in the arch of your foot when you get out of bed in the morning and have to limp to the closet or bathroom.

It stands to reason that in order to complete these resolutions for 2013, you need to address your aches and pains. This is where the experienced staff of physical therapists and professional services at Specialized Orthopedic Physical Therapy of Warwick RI can help! We, as Physical Therapists, are experts at treating musculoskeletal pain and addressing the deficits that lead to these aches and pains, preventing you from getting to the fitness center or just enjoying the activities you do every day. If you are having pain in your back, neck, shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, or ankle then you should get it checked out. There could be a very simple solution to getting you pain free and the best physical therapists in RI at SOPT can help you.

Contact an experienced Physical Therapist and let Specialized Orthopedic Physical Therapy help you succeed in achieving your New Year’s Resolutions!

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