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Why Is My Core So Weak After Pregnancy?

“Why is my core so weak after pregnancy?” I get this question ALL of the time, even from people who have given birth many years ago.  The answer to this question is: your abdominal muscles have been stretched for about 9 months, and if you have had a c-section, this is a major abdominal surgery…

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What’s The Best Sleeping Position? The Answer Might Surprise You

When it comes to sleeping and pain, I often have been asked questions like, “what’s the best pillow for neck pain?” Or “is sleeping on my stomach bad for my low back?” Unfortunately, there is no single answer, as each person’s circumstances will be vastly different, even with the exact same pain issue. There’s a…

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Urinary Incontinence (Accidental Leakage): Myths & Reality

According to recent statistics from the National Association for Continence, over 25 million adult Americans experience temporary or chronic urinary incontinence. This is a common, widespread, but oftentimes very overlooked and misunderstood issue. What most people don’t know is that there are different therapeutic solutions to help reduce daily leakage, or even eliminate it altogether. …

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How to Stay Hydrated During the Summer Months

60% of our body is made up of water, but when we’re enjoying our favorite outdoor summer activities, all the water inside of us won’t be enough to keep us hydrated. Summer activities and sweltering heat lead our bodies to lose more fluids than normal — through our sweat. If you don’t replace the moisture…

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The Benefits of Dry Needling

Have you ever had a deep tissue knot in your shoulder or back? Or perhaps you’ve had a muscle strain or even a herniated disc that was causing you significant pain. Others may even experience nerve pain in parts of their body that physical therapy and exercise don’t seem to relieve. Rather than using different…

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How Stress and Anxiety Affect Pain

Anxiety disorders, commonly associated with chronic stress, are the most common mental illnesses in the United States. In fact, anxiety disorders affect nearly 40 million adults each year. People suffering from anxiety are three to five times more likely to visit the doctor than those without anxiety disorders. The reason? Stress and anxiety do not…

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Understanding Insurance

When searching for the right physical therapy clinic, many prospective patients will want to know whether or not that practice takes their insurance.  In fact, it’s such a common question that we receive at ResilientRx, we thought we’d make this video to help you gain a better understanding of how the insurance process typically works…

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How We’re Different

We’re ResilientRx. We’re a physical therapy practice here in Austin Texas. We’ve helped hundreds of people just like you get back to doing what they love to do- while keeping them away from pain meds or surgery.

We’d like to take a moment to tell you just how we are different than your typical physical therapy practice. And to do that, we first need to take a look at how these traditional PT clinics are run.

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The Benefits of Pilates

Have you tried Pilates? It could be the perfect complement to your workout regime, or the start of one. Learn about the benefits of Pilates here.

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Sleep and Athletic Performance

Quality sleep is an important consideration when it comes to pain, injury and recovering after a workout. Research supports that individuals who get a bad night’s sleep (especially those with chronic sleep issues, insomnia, etc.) are more likely to have pain the subsequent day. In fact, two thirds of people with chronic pain suffer from…