Category: Physical Therapist

Help Your Child Kick the Habit of "W" Sitting with Physical Therapy Dec10th 2020

Help Your Child Kick the Habit of “W” Sitting with Physical Therapy

Is Your Child “W” Sitting? Our Pediatric Physical Therapy Services Can Help! As the parent, one of your main focuses is helping your child overcome physical obstacles that may be holding them back from being their best. One of the most common problems for children who see the physical therapist is “W” sitting. A physical

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Why Stretching Is A Critical Nov20th 2020

Why Stretching Is A Critical Part Of Your Physical Therapy Treatment

Do you stretch regularly? If you don’t, you could be increasing your risk of an injury in the future. Because chances are, you have at least some joints or areas in your body that are not as flexible and mobile as they could be. But what happens if you’re not sure where your specific mobility

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Physical Therapy Can Help Nov10th 2020

Physical Therapy Can Help With Your Knee & Hip Pain

At any given time, millions of Americans are going through their day with a chronically painful hip or knee. According to the 2006 National Health Interview Survey prepared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, knee and hip pain was reported by almost a combined 30 percent of respondents. If you’re someone struggling with

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Is Back Surgery The Best Option For You Oct20th 2020

Is Back Surgery The Best Option For You? Consider These Things First.

Do you have a chronic pain issue related to your spine? Maybe you have a stiff achy back or shooting pain and numbness in one or both legs. Perhaps your back pain and associated symptoms are so involved that it’s a struggle to get through a day at work, sleep through the night, or take

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Reduce Opioid Consumption Oct10th 2020

Reduce Opioid Consumption and Feel Better with Physical Therapy

Long-term opioid consumption is not a good strategy for managing chronic pain. In addition to the risk of addiction, opioids simply alleviate the symptoms (pain) of a larger problem. For very real, measurable improvement over chronic pain, physical therapy has been proven to be a much better option than opioids or other pharmaceutical painkillers. If

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Tips From a Physical Therapist Sep20th 2020

Tips From a Physical Therapist On Dealing With Herniated Discs

A herniated disc happens when the outer fibrous layer of a spinal disc (usually in the neck or lower back) tears. This allows the disc’s gel-like filling to leak out into the surrounding joint space. In many cases, this can irritate or compress nearby nerves and other structures, leading to uncomfortable symptoms like back pain,

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