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  • Hamstring Health and Physical Therapy
    Hamstring Health and Physical Therapy The body has three muscles (collectively known as the hamstring) in the back of the thigh that can be injured. The most common ca...
  • Mysterious Aches and Pains: Understanding Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
    Mysterious Aches and Pains: Understanding Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Do you suffer from Pain or Numbness in Your Arm and Hand? We will examine one of the possible causes...
  • Suffering from an ACL Injury
    Suffering from an ACL Injury If you’re a sports fan, you’ve probably heard of ACL injuries but do you know how they are treated? In a nutshell, an ACL injury is a...
  • COVID-19 Pain Management – Physical Therapist Important Role
    COVID-19 Pain Management – Physical Therapist Important Role COVID-19 has affected millions of people around the world causing respiratory and physical dysfunctio...
  • Ankle Sprains: What You Need to Know
    Ankle Sprains: What You Need to Know The ligaments surrounding the ankle are surprisingly fragile. A seemingly harmless motion has the potential to cause serious sprain...
  • Are you Ready for a Hip Replacement Surgery
    Are you Ready for a Hip Replacement Surgery If you suffer from hip arthritis and have tried everything with no relief, then your doctor may recommend a hip replacement ...
  • Are Our Children Getting Too Obese?
    Are Our Children Getting Too Obese? This is one problem that hits close to home. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and reports from the Nation...
  • Running Injuries And How To Avoid Them
    Running Injuries And How To Avoid Them Walking, jogging, and running are excellent activities to promote health and wellness. Are you an avid jogger or runner? If so, c...
  • Stroke Rehabilitation Through Physical Therapy
    Stroke Rehabilitation Through Physical Therapy A stroke can affect men and women of all ages and carries with it damaging and potentially life-threatening complications...
  • Physical Therapy for Arthritic Joints
    Physical Therapy for Arthritic Joints Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. This degenerative joint disease is a chronic condition characterized by the b...
  • Avoid Falling with Physical Therapy
    Avoid Falling with Physical Therapy As we get older, the chances of suffering from a fall increase. The severity of a fall can range widely. Some falls can cause minor ...
  • Knee Replacement Surgery Recovery
    Knee Replacement Surgery Recovery If you’ve been undergoing treatment for knee arthritis and haven’t gotten any pain relief yet, your doctor may recommend a total knee ...
  • Don’t Let It Be a Pain in Your Neck
    Don’t Let It Be a Pain in Your Neck Do you spend several hours a day at the computer? If so, it’s important to know that this is one of the leading causes of chro...
  • Treat Heel Pain with Physical Therapy
    Treat Heel Pain with Physical Therapy Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It is an irritation or inflammation of the plantar fascia – the s...
  • Why Exercise?
    Why Exercise? You know that exercise is important and has several health benefits. However, there are hidden benefits of exercise that you may not be aware of. Here are...
  • Don’t Let Shoulder Pain Stop You
    Don’t Let Shoulder Pain Stop You The shoulder is one of the most flexible joints in the human body. We can move our shoulders in directions like no other joint. O...
  • Improve Your Posture
    Improve Your Posture One of the most common spinal conditions individuals may hear about is scoliosis. It’s a term medical professionals use to describe an abnormal, si...
  • PT Techniques for Alzheimer’s Patients
    PT Techniques for Alzheimer’s Patients Alzheimer’s disease is a debilitating condition that robs people of their ability to think, remember and function without a...
  • Stay Young through Physical Therapy
    Stay Young through Physical Therapy Most people immediately think of cosmetic surgery for remaining youthful, but a younger looking visage won’t help people stay mobil...
  • Alleviating Pain for Childhood Arthritis
    Alleviating Pain for Childhood Arthritis Juvenile arthritis (JA) isn’t a specific disease, but an inflammatory and autoimmune condition in youngsters under age 16. JA a...
  • Preventing Technological Diseases with Physical Therapy
    Preventing Technological Diseases with Physical Therapy Technology has provided new medical treatments, ways to communicate, and entertainment options, but it’s also ta...
  • Joint Replacement: After Surgery Care
    Joint Replacement: After Surgery Care The decision to have a joint replacement is a big step involving major surgery and significant rehabilitation times. Patients will...
  • Physical Therapy is the Answer!
    Physical Therapy is the Answer! The feet bear the weight of the body upon them, but the heel of the foot receives little thought unless it begins to hurt. Pain can orig...
  • Fibromyalgia Pain Management – How Physical Therapy Helps
    Fibromyalgia Pain Management – How Physical Therapy Helps Those who are diagnosed with fibromyalgia are happy to finally know what’s wrong, but they’re often depr...
  • Autism and Physical Therapy – A Colorful Living
    Autism and Physical Therapy – A Colorful Living Autism is often viewed as a condition of the mind, but it also has a strong physical component that can be address...

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