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TruMotion On Preferred Radio

TruMotion’s Dr. Erik recently had the privilege of being a guest on the Preferred Company with Joel and Friends radio show. On the show, Joel shared his own experiences with TruMotion and the process of recovering from an injury in

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Are you experiencing musculoskeletal pain?

Some of us know the daunting feeling of having aches and pains during movement. The experience can be quite exhausting and will ultimately end up impacting our ability to be the best versions of ourselves. If the aches and pains

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Let’s Talk Blood Flow

One of the biggest challenges in recovering from an injury is being able to strengthen your muscles without irritating the painful condition. It can be a very fine line to walk early on with a new injury and sometimes can

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Feeling Pain? Let’s talk about it.

Many patients are taught about what hurts but often times aren’t taught why. Understanding the why has been shown to be more impactful in reducing chronic pain and helping restore normal function.

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TruMotion On Preferred Radio

TruMotion’s Dr. Erik recently had the privilege of being a guest on the Preferred Company with Joel and Friends radio show. On the show, Joel shared his own experiences with TruMotion and the process of recovering from an injury in a truly patient centered and holistic practice. The conversation went on to discuss some difficulties in the current healthcare environment as well as an overview of services provided by TruMotion to help patients make meaningful and lasting improvements in their health, including our newest device, the Neubie. Listen in with the link below or see the transcript attached and of

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Are you experiencing musculoskeletal pain?

Some of us know the daunting feeling of having aches and pains during movement. The experience can be quite exhausting and will ultimately end up impacting our ability to be the best versions of ourselves. If the aches and pains are bad enough, they usually prompt a doctor visit where we will receive a treatment in order to help the condition. The lucky ones have a reduction in symptoms and return to life as normal. But the truth is not all of us are quite so lucky. For the latter, the initial treatment approach may provide some relief but eventually

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What Is All The ‘Buzz’ About Handheld Massage Devices?

All around the world people are experiencing the positive effects of handheld massage devices. Time to time you may even see your favorite professional athlete being treated or treating themselves with one of these devices in between timeouts or on the sideline. But what is all rave about? The truth is, these handheld devices are able to pack a big punch of relief and benefit with minimal time and effort, but the best part is that anyone can use it if trained properly. How Does The Handheld Massage Device Work? Most of us have seen or even experienced a masseuse

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Let’s Talk Blood Flow

One of the biggest challenges in recovering from an injury is being able to strengthen your muscles without irritating the painful condition. It can be a very fine line to walk early on with a new injury and sometimes can remain difficult for months following. This concept is known as tissue resilience and when resilience is poor, we often find injuries linger much longer than they should. Let’s Look At An Example Consider what would happen if you strained a muscle in your thigh, let’s say your hamstring. Within the first few hours and days, it hurts constantly; walking is

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Feeling Pain? Let’s talk about it.

Many patients are taught about what hurts but often times aren’t taught why. Understanding the why has been shown to be more impactful in reducing chronic pain and helping restore normal function.

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Our Covid-19 Guidelines

All Patients MUST wear a mask upon entry to the building

If you do not have one, one will be provided

All patients are screened per CDC recommendations with temperatures
taken upon entry

We ask that all patients either wash their hands or use provided hand
sanitizer upon entrance to the clinic

Routine sanitizing is performed on all clinic furniture and equipment

Professional sanitizing performed 3 times per week

Social distancing is observed and maintained through spacing of
equipment and treatment tables

Telehealth is available to some or all of your treatments