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  • Child Injury Prevention with Physical Therapy
      Child Injury Prevention with Physical Therapy As children develop and explore their environment, they’re subject to a wide variety of injuries. Some of those...
  • TMJ Management Thru Physical Therapy
      TMJ Management Thru Physical Therapy The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is what connects the bottom jaw to the skull. The joint is a hinge that makes it possi...
  • How Physical Therapy helps before your surgery
      How Physical Therapy helps before your surgery Most people think of physical therapy in regard to rehabilitation following surgery, but it’s also beneficial ...
  • Physical Therapists and their Patients During COVID-19
      Physical Therapists and their Patients During COVID-19 COVID-19 has completely disrupted our way of living. Going out, spending time with friends and even so...
  • Breaking Free from Low back pain
      Breaking Free from Low back pain Healthcare reform has been a hot topic in recent weeks. As the United States struggles to lower health care costs, the finan...
  • Exercise Revolution through the Years
      Exercise Revolution through the Years Did you know that we become less active as we age? Over the past 30 years, people are living longer than they ever did ...
  • Let’s Get Physical! Home Exercises for Breast Cancer Prevention
    Let’s Get Physical! Home Exercises for Breast Cancer Prevention What is breast cancer? Breast cancer is an uncontrollable growth of cells. It is a result of...
  • Keeping your Home Fall Proof
    Keeping your Home Fall Proof Although a potentially dangerous fall can happen at any age, individuals aged 65 and over are the most susceptible. In individuals over the...
  • Diabetes Care with Physical Therapy
    Diabetes Care with Physical Therapy It’s got a lot to do with sugar, but there is nothing sweet about it. Diabetes is a serious disease that leads to potentially ...
  • Hypertension Basics: What you need to know
    Hypertension Basics: What you need to know High blood pressure, also known as hypertension is a serious health problem, especially when exercise seems to take a back se...
  • Osteoporosis: Detecting a Silent Killer
    Osteoporosis: Detecting a Silent Killer When bones start to go ‘soft’, it’s time to face the hard truth. An insidious and silent disease, osteoporosis...
  • Best Defense against Knee Osteoarthritis
    Best Defense against Knee Osteoarthritis The knee joints support an individual’s entire body weight as we move around doing our daily chores. In fact, they are su...
  • Pain Relief with Sleep
    Pain Relief with Sleep This is typically a time for new year resolutions. For most individuals, this involves exercising and healthy eating, but sleep is equally (if no...
  • The Link Between Your Smartphone and Joint Health
    The Link Between Your Smartphone and Joint Health Smartphones are an essential part of the new world that we live in. They help boost productivity and enable us to stay...
  • Physical Therapy for Shoulder Pain
    Physical Therapy for Shoulder Pain If you’re experiencing shoulder pain, you could be suffering from one of many different ailments. Some common conditions include: Ro...
  • Everything You Need To Know About Lupus
    Everything You Need To Know About Lupus Systemic Lupus Erythematosus or SLE (also known as Lupus), is an auto-immune disorder that affects the skin, joints, kidneys, br...
  • How to Enjoy the Weekend and Survive Without the Injuries
    How to Enjoy the Weekend and Survive Without the Injuries It’s important to be physically active, and avoid injuries at the same time. This is especially importan...
  • Step Outside to Walk or Run
    Step Outside to Walk or Run People enjoy walking or running for a number of reasons. For many, it’s a simple form of exercise. For some, it’s about ‘t...
  • Advantages of Physical Therapy on Juvenile Arthritis
    Advantages of Physical Therapy on Juvenile Arthritis Did you know that physical therapy can help kids with arthritis? Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA), also called S...
  • How to Heal Heel Pain
    How to Heal Heel Pain Have you ever experienced a sharp pain in your heel for no apparent reason? One of the causes of heel pain is a condition called plantar fasciitis...
  • Lateral Epicondylitis Physical Therapy Management
    Lateral Epicondylitis Physical Therapy Management Tennis elbow is not restricted to those who play tennis. It is a condition in which tendon damage causes soreness or p...
  • Keeping Fibromyalgia at Bay thru Physical Therapy
    Keeping Fibromyalgia at Bay thru Physical Therapy According to NIH (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases), fibromyalgia is an autoimmun...
  • Reverse the Aging Process Through Physical Therapy
    Reverse the Aging Process Through Physical Therapy The human body goes through a number of changes, as one grows older. A decline in muscle mass and bone density can le...
  • Advances on the Treatment of Autism Thru Physical Therapy
    Advances on the Treatment of Autism Thru Physical Therapy Autism is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interaction and communication. It ...
  • Advances on the Treatment of Autism Thru Physical Therapy
    Advances on the Treatment of Autism Thru Physical Therapy Autism is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interaction and communication. It ...

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