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We heard you loved our newsletter feature on stabilizing blood sugar, complete with recommendations from our partners at Metagenics (e.g. Ultra Glucose Control), so we wanted to give you a little extra taste (pun intended). Physio Logic’s Clinical Nutritionist, Michelle Miller, MSACN; and Nutritional Educator & Registered Dietitian, Rachel Naar, RD, provide 5 easy tips […]

Meet our new Pilates Group classes All new class offerings and an expanded schedule   Beginners Classes Core Foundations (Mat) | Reformer Core (Reformer) Intermediate Classes Unwind/Rewind (Reformer/Mat) | Reformer JUMP Advanced Classes Get Physical (Reformer) | Get Technical (Reformer) Pre/Post Natal BYOB (Bring Your Own Baby)  (Mat) | BYBB (Bring Your Baby Belly) (Reformer)   We are […]

In this article, Physio Logic Pilates Instructor Julie Olival, discusses the benefits of Pilates for mothers identifying habitual actions, common tendencies within those movements, and counter exercises to strengthen the muscles required for those actions to move more efficiently and prevent injury. Creatures of Habit We are not static beings. We are dynamic. Every day […]

Mechanical traction therapy (or nonsurgical spinal decompression therapy) is a popular conservative treatment option for patients with low back and neck pain. Physio Logic Chiropractor, Dr. Mike Distler answers common questions regarding the treatment.  Is there a difference between traction therapy and decompression therapy? The terms are used interchangeably, but traction and decompression are not descriptive terms for varying amounts […]

In this article, Physio Logic Spine & Sports Interventional Pain Medicine Specialist and Anesthesiologist, Tanuj Palvia, MD describes Stem Cell Therapy, how it works, and the several applications that our Regenerative Medicine team utilizes in treating patients at Physio Logic. Regenerative Medicine You may have heard about Regenerative Medicine (especially if you’ve ever been into […]