1 Padanaram Road Danbury, CT 06811 (203) 744-8013
304 Federal Road, Suite 109 Brookfield, CT 06804 (203) 989-0772

PMR Blog

Exercising Outside in the Warmer Months

Posted on February 27, 2017

No one has to remind us that exercise is important—it’s simply a given that staying active boosts your overall health and well-being. Like kale or regular flossing, it’s just one of those things that does a body good. But does it matter whether that exercise is taking place in the… Read More

3 Easy Ways to Reduce Pain Every Day

Posted on February 24, 2017

For many Americans, pain and aches are a part of everyday life. Fortunately, the solution to your pain can also be a part of your daily routine. From postural changes to simple daily stretches, there are many options available for limiting your joint and muscle pain. Developing these habits isn’t… Read More

Do I Need A Nutritional Plan?

Posted on February 23, 2017

Nutrition is such a critical part of our overall health, but it’s also a component that we often neglect when seeking answers to our health concerns. In part, this is because our nutritional habits are deeply ingrained and difficult to change.   At PMR, our dietitians and registered nutritionists know that comprehensive… Read More

FAQs about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Posted on February 22, 2017

At PMR, we often treat patients complaining of the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. But how do you know if carpal tunnel syndrome is the true culprit? And if you do have this common, treatable condition, you’re probably wondering what caused it—and what make you can do to make your… Read More

3 Advantages of Non-Invasive Treatments and Techniques

Posted on February 21, 2017

At PMR, our approaches are always holistic and comprehensive, and we often focus on those qualities when comparing our modalities to traditional Western medical practices. However, our modalities are also non-surgical and non-invasive, and that’s just as important.   In some cases, an injury or chronic pain may require surgery, and we… Read More

4 Tips for Traveling with Pain or An Injury

Posted on February 17, 2017

A recent injury or chronic pain may make traveling more difficult, but it shouldn’t make it an impossibility. Ultimately, you probably don’t need to delay or change your plans significantly because of pain or injury. In fact, you may be surprised by the modern accommodations that exist for travelers with… Read More

4 Ways to Enjoy Healthy Summer Produce

Posted on February 16, 2017

Summer might just be the best season of all for eating and enjoying healthy foods. With the sun out and temperatures rising, it’s easier to say no to carbs and heavy foods, opting instead for cool, fresh produce. At the same time, farmer’s markets are open for business, and many of… Read More

Headaches, Neck Pain, and Neck Tension: Causes and Solutions

Posted on February 15, 2017

Though the three ailments that we’ll examine in this post—headaches, neck pain, and neck tension (which can also feel like neck stiffness, soreness, etc.)—may seem like three disparate problems at first glance, they’re actually closely related to one another. In fact, the causes of neck tension and pain may also… Read More

Strengthening Muscles to Avoid Injuries

Posted on February 14, 2017

Strength training isn’t just for building and toning muscle—it’s also a great way to prevent injuries, especially as you grow older and become more susceptible to them. In fact, building up the strength and elasticity of the muscles, tendons, and ligaments surrounding your joints is one of the most effective… Read More

Should I Care about Organic Foods? Five Reasons to Buy Organic

Posted on February 13, 2017

Organic foods—or foods that are farmed organically, according to certain standards and regulations—have been popular for decades now, both as grocery items and as a marketing concept. But some studies have shown that organic foods may not be as nutritious as once believed. In addition, organic foods are usually more… Read More