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The Foot

The FOOT. If you can’t already tell by our logo, facebook, and instagram posts- we specialize in the foot and ankle as it pertains to optimal health and function. Sarah and Ashlyn both had events in their life that led them to dive deeper into learning more about foot and ankle function. Basically, recurrent injuries and pain in their feet that they wanted to go away and NEVER come back. It’s been 6 years and Sarah and Ashlyn can both say the pain is far, very far, and very ...
Posted on 2022-01-04

New Year, BETTER you

The New Year 2022 is approaching. C’mon we’ve all taken part in this. Sarah and I did a 30 day cleanse like 5 years ago with our friend “Vegas.” It was the worst 30 days of our lives. We ate chicken, broccoli, hard boiled eggs, and protein shakes everyday. Vegas walked in one morning at 7:05AM eating a green pepper as if it were an apple. It was bad, real bad. We were eating enough to just breathe it felt like. Now I won’t lie to you- We did lose like 10-15 lb...
Posted on 2021-12-15

Weight Training, Not just for the 'bros'

Strength Training- Not just for the Bros At Clash we encourage ALL of our clients to participate in some form of strength training. Why you ask? Well, besides walking frequently by getting your daily 8,000-12,000 steps in, we believe it is a key component to longevity and quality of life. When it comes to the human body “If you don’t use it, you lose it” could not be more true. Think about it...we all know older folks, whether they are our grandparents, parents, or neighbors...
Posted on 2021-12-03

5 ways to be healthier

5 ways to live a healthier life From Clash PTHS- School of healthy living         Eat better, drink water       Move better… and more often if able.       Be barefoot… more       Improve Sleep hygiene       Stress Management   Eat Better, Drink Water When it comes to nutrition- we almost always over complicate it. People think it’s always the “addition” of som...
Posted on 2021-11-18

Low Back Pain

Low back pain (LBP) is currently considered to be the most common cause of disability and time off in people over 45 years of age. It is reported that 84 of people who develop acute LBP end up in the chronic LBP category, as their symptoms persist for almost a year. If you look up: “What are risk factors to developing low back pain?” you are going to see a lot of medical and anatomical terms you may not understand. In fact, these terms may be triggering, so we advise aga...
Posted on 2021-10-15
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