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physical therapy

To Stretch Or Not To Stretch?

By Ashley Simmons, DPT

It is in our fast paced nature to squeeze in workouts whenever we can, and forget about the self-care essentials to maintain a properly functioning ... Continue Reading

Are You Suffering From Hip Pain?

By Madhavi Chada, MD

The hip joint is a large ball and socket joint and is designed to withstand repeated motion and allow for fluid movement. Hip pain is ... Continue Reading

Physical Therapy and Breast Cancer Management

By Christina Scott, PT

About one in eight U.S. woman will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime. Depending on the diagnosis, an oncology team will ... Continue Reading

Helping Individuals Control Their Pain: Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

By Ben Carr, PT

The ongoing opioid crisis in the United States reflects the unintended consequences of a nationwide effort to help individuals control their pain. The health care ... Continue Reading

Considering Knee Replacement Surgery? Be Sure To Do Your Research Before Going Under the Knife: Part Two

By Brian Paris, DC

Part 2 Safe and Natural Alternatives To Knee Replacement The great thing about alternatives to knee replacement surgery are that they are historically proven. These ... Continue Reading

Are You Ready To Spring Into Action? Physical Therapy Can Help You Prepare

By Judith E. Cooper, MPT, DPT

Now that spring has arrived, many people are turning their attention to outdoor activities, whether it’s signing up for local charity walks, joining community cleanups ... Continue Reading

Fibromyalgia and Physical Therapy

By Judith E. Cooper, MPT, DPT

After osteoarthirits, fibromyalgia is the most common musculoskeletal syndrome, affecting more than five million people in the U.S. Yet, fibromyalgia can be difficult and, at ... Continue Reading

Aquatics as an Alternative PT

By David Sisk, DPT

Aquatic settings for physical therapy plans of care can provide benefits and options for patients that would otherwise have a low tolerance for physical therapy ... Continue Reading

Cardio Health and Diabetes

By Ben Carr, PT

The incidence of diabetes continues to rise and has quickly become one of the most prevalent and costly chronic diseases worldwide. A close link exists ... Continue Reading

Post-Stroke Rehab

By Judith E. Cooper, MPT, DPT

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S., with one person dying every four minutes. Approximately 800,000 people have a stroke each ... Continue Reading
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