Pointers to help you kickstart (or restart) your workout

June 28, 2024 Swedish Health Team

Do you get overwhelmed walking into the gym? Or do you pick up a workout plan only to let it go a few weeks later? You aren't alone. Lots of people want to move and get healthy on a regular basis or get back to their old workout routine, but are overwhelmed when thinking about where to start. 

Nate Hadley, DPT, a physical therapist with Swedish Pain Services has a few tips you can use to get moving again, stay active and meet your long-term health and fitness goals. Watch this short video to learn more. 

Learn more and find a physician or advanced care practitioner (ACP)

If you or a loved one are struggling with chronic pain, visit our website to learn more about how the experts at Swedish Pain Services can help. 

Whether you require an in-person visit or want to consult a doctor virtually, you have options. Contact Swedish Primary Care to schedule an appointment with a primary care provider. You can also connect virtually with your provider to review your symptoms, provide instruction and follow up as needed. And with Swedish ExpressCare Virtual you can receive treatment in minutes for common conditions such as colds, flu, urinary tract infections, and more. You can use our provider directory to find a specialist or primary care physician near you. 

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This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Always follow your health care professional's instructions.

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