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Did you know Physical Therapy can treat these conditions?

Far too many people are unaware of the major benefits of physical therapy. While people are uneducated as to what all physical therapy can help treat, they opt to other remedies or treatments that are not nearly as helpful. While so many people turn to physical therapy for the obvious ailments such as sport’s injuries etc., a decent amount of …

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5 Interesting Facts About Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a popular form of treatment that is very effective at treating disease, injury, or deformity. If you’ve seen a physical therapist before, you may be wondering what it’s all about and how you can benefit. For one, physical therapy relies on methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise to help individuals get back on their feet. …

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6 Ways You Will Benefit from Physical Therapy

In recent years, physical therapy has become one of the most popular alternative therapies out there. People of all different ages and medical conditions have benefited from physical therapy. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that clinics like ours are able to customize a given physical therapy program to help people return to their normal level of …

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Smart Tips for Relieving Daily Back Pain

If you live with back pain on a daily basis, you’re not alone. An estimated 31 million Americans experience low back pain on a regular basis, ranging from mild discomfort to severe pain. While many people turn to pain medications for relief, we have found that physical therapy is one of the most effective forms of treatment. One of the …

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How Physical Therapy Can Help Manage Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can be absolutely debilitating and change a person’s overall quality of life. Whether you are living with back, neck, knee, or some other type of pain, it may seem as though there is no light at the end of the tunnel. However, both physical and aquatics therapy have been proven to help those suffering from chronic pain get …

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Common Spine Injuries That Physical Therapy Can Help With

The human spine is an incredible part of the body. Not only does it keep us upright, but it is part of our neurological system, nervous system, and so much more. There are many different ways in which the spine can become compromised, resulting in a great deal of pain and discomfort for the individual. Being told by your physician …

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Why Physical Therapy is the Solution for Low Back Pain

Lower back pain is something that millions of people experience on a daily basis. Many consider low back pain an unfortunate part of life, therefore opting not to pursue any type of treatment. However, there are numerous therapies and other modalities that have been proven to help lower back pain. Both aquatics and physical therapy, in fact, have been quite …

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Physical Therapy for Knee Pain

Knee pain is something that thousands of adults live with on a daily basis. Unfortunately, it is in our nature to live with pain until it is no longer bearable, which means we never really know what the root of the problem is until it is oftentimes too late. People often associate physical therapists with those who help people recover …

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Fractured Wrist – Treatment and Recovery

Wrist fractures or distal radius fractures are one of the most common fractures in children (25%) and in the elderly (up to 18%) population. Moreover, women are at higher risk of having a wrist fracture than men. Wrist fractures are not only financially costly but have many various social costs such as lost attendance at school or at work, loss …

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Physical Therapy for Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis is a painful condition that causes fibrosis of the glenohumeral joint (or shoulder joint) capsule, resulting in pain, stiffness and limited motion in affected patients. Most patients suffering from a frozen shoulder are women (around 70%) however, in men the risk of greater disability is higher. This condition not only affects joints, but also has …