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Stop and Stretch.

Stretching is the most under used activity for the recreational athlete.

Let’s face it, stretching is boring. I don’t have the time is the most common phrase we hear. I get it.

Let me tell you what it does for you though. Keeps the joints loose, ie: reducing the effect of arthritis which will eventually side line you. Every athlete will develope arthritis the longer you stick with something. Those that remain flexible will be less burdened by this. East to follow program.

Stretching will also reduce your risk for muscle pulls or strains. It’s a no Brainer, spending 20 minutes a day stretching, keeps you fit enough that an injury is less likely to occur and thus you don’t have to take weeks to months off from working out.

Our stretching service is for those people that don’t have the motivation to do it themselves. It’s easy to do it on your own but so is working out. Some people need a trainer to be accountable, so we are here for you if you need help. You can simple schedule a stretch session online at www.hadlcenter.com

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2 hands are good, 4 hand are mind blowing!

We are announcing a New Signature Service.

Morgan and Kathy are pleased to bring you the 4 hands Massage treatment. This treatment is the ultimate in relaxation. If you have never experienced something like this, we highly encourage you to try it. You will leave feeling more relaxed than you have ever been before.

This service will only be offered on Thursday’s between 2-7 and you must call or text to schedule it. The price for this service is ($120.00) for an hour session. The online schedule will not have this service listed. 682-200-9817

New Therapist

We are pleased to announce that we have added Kathy Lewis to our team. She has been a therapist for a couple years now and has back ground (20 years) as a Occupational Therapy Assistant. She is someone who understands injuries and the rehab process very well. Please help us welcome her to the team. Her schedule is now live online. Schedule today.

Tip of the week!

SI Joint Dysfunction is something many of us deal with on a weekly basis.

What is it? At it’s basic form, it is just your hips inability to stay in place. Most people will feel a pain or stiffness on one side of the lower back. You may have trouble going from a sitting to standing position. Think of the dimples on your back. Those are your SI Joints. The simple fix……are your ready for it?

STOP crossing your legs when you sit. This small activity of crossing your legs, will keep pulling your hips out of alignment. It is really that simple. Over time your body will adapt.

*If you do this subconsciously and can’t stop crossing your legs, odds are your hips are already out of alignment and need to be realigned. For more info come see us. www.hadlcenter.com