Author Archives: Aaron LeBauer

What You Should Expect When Returning to Physical Therapy During the Coronavirus & COVID-19 Pandemic

Today, I wanted to share with you where we are with our business, with re-opening to in-person visits, with the Coronavirus pandemic and everything that is changing daily and weekly here in Greensboro, North Carolina. LeBauer Physical Therapy has been open this whole time. We have been seeing our physical therapy patients and health coaching…

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Coronavirus Quarantine: 3 Simple Steps to Alleviate Your Back, Neck, Hip, Shoulder & Knee Pain in Just 10 Minutes a Day

These Three Simple Steps Will Alleviate Your Back, Neck, Hip, Shoulder and Knee Pain in Just 10 Minutes a Day Today we’re going to share three simple things you need to know to alleviate your back, neck, hip, shoulder and knee pain (or any condition) in just 10 minutes a day. These are not magic…

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The 5 Amazing Benefits of Massage Therapy and the #1 Myth

Today, I wanted to share the five benefits of regular massage and the one myth I often hear when it comes to it. Here are the five benefits: It Relaxes You You’re stressed and working all week long and sometimes you just need to calm down. It’s an hour all to yourself to relax. It…

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Top 5 Things Most People Don’t Know About Physical Therapy…

Today, I wanted to share the top 5 things most people don’t know about physical therapy. Here we go! It Reduces Pain While pain is an important signal your body gives you, it’s not always pleasant. Our initial focus will be to help you reduce your pain and symptoms so you can become active again…

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I Was Told to Never Lift More Than 35lbs Again or I Will Throw Out My Back

One of the most common questions I’ve received is, “I was told I should never lift more than 35 pounds again ever again or I might throw out my back. What can I do?” And so here’s what happens all the time: people go to their doctor, their physician, physical therapist, acupuncture, or chiropractor, etc.,…

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Stop Calling Me Old: Getting Older Doesn’t Mean You’ll Get a Pulled Muscle

Stop calling me old. Really stop it. Just because I’m getting older and have more years of experience doesn’t mean my body needs to hurt more. It doesn’t mean that it needs to get worse. In today’s new post, I talk about why age is just a number. Yes, some things degenerate. I’ve got wrinkles.…

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I Was Told I Should Never Run Again Because I’m Going to Damage My Knee

Recently, someone said to me, “I was told I should never run again. I have knee pain and I’m passionate about running. Running is really important to me, and I don’t want to do something that keeps me from running. I just want to run.”  I totally get it. I used to race bicycles and…

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Here’s What Posture Corrector You Should Choose

Today, I’m here with Dr. Derek Nielsen of Kaizen Physical Therapy and we’re going to explain exactly what you need to know about posture correctors and which one you should choose. If you’re looking for help with your posture, it’s probably because of back or neck pain, right? You’ve probably been told that posture is…

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Will Kevin Hart Get Better with Physical Therapy after his car crash?

Many celebrities have used physical therapy to recover from injury and have a healthier lifestyle, including: Jennifer Anniston, P. Diddy, and more recently, Kevin Hart. Kevin was involved in a motor vehicle accident and crashed his car, a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, last week where he suffered three spinal fractures, and underwent a spinal fusion surgery.…

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Fix Your Herniated Disc Once & for All Without an Injection or Surgery

In this video I recorded with Dr. Derek Nielsen of Kaizen Physical Therapy, we talk about what a herniated disc really means and what you should do if you’re diagnosed with one. Both of us see patients quite often in our clinic who have been diagnosed with a herniated disc. They get told the next…

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