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  • Email: devyn.dippel@airrosti.com
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We all know how busy the holiday season can be. With year-end deadlines at work, holiday parties and school performances on the calendar, endless shopping trips and all the holiday decorating, it may seem like the to-do list doesn’t end. The holiday season should be a joyful one and at Airrosti, we’re here to help ensure you’re feeling your best and a little less stressed during the holidays this year. Read More

Every patient has their own unique Airrosti Story. Watch as yoga guru and brain tumor survivor Erin Murray recounts her personal Airrosti experience. When brain surgery left her with frequent tension headaches, severe neck pain, and immobility, Airrosti’s Dr. Peplinski was there to help Erin regain her range of motion and return to normalcy.

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Tennis Elbow Treatment
Neck Pain Relief
I no longer have pain and I can use my arm again! - Debra Chambers
Stay Motivated - Stay Fit. Tips to Maintain Workout Motivation

Let’s face it – exercise is tough, no matter how experienced you are. Maintaining a strict workout schedule on top of the regular stresses of daily life can be difficult. When you get home from a long day of work, running errands, and taking the kids to school, you don’t want to go to the gym and exercise for an hour. You’d rather kick your shoes off and relax. But instead of that, keep these tips in mind to maintain motivation for your next workout.   Read More

Common Causes of Neck Pain
Physical Health and Its Effect on Mental Health

Health isn’t just about being strong or fit. Health is about your body and your mind. The World Health Organization defines health as “…a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely absence of disease or infirmity.” But to what extent are physical and mental health actually related? Read More

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