Physical Therapy After a Stroke

Physical Therapy After a Stroke

Physical Therapy after a Stroke Every year in the US, two-thirds of individuals who suffer a stroke survive and need rehabilitation. Having a stroke can affect the speed of actions, changes in depth perception, range of motion and strength which can severely limit...
Physical Therapy: Why We Do It

Physical Therapy: Why We Do It

Our Physical Therapy Team   When people hear us use the word “physical therapy”, they often believe that our services are limited to sports injuries and athletic training. Physical therapy can mean a lot more than simply overcoming injuries or strengthening muscles to...
Rotator Cuff Injuries

Rotator Cuff Injuries

The rotator cuff (not “rotary cup”) in your shoulder is made up of a group of tendons and muscles. These tendons and muscles help connect the shoulder blade to the upper arm. (Photo Credit: WebMd) The tendons and muscles all begin on the shoulder blade and attach at...
Kinesio Tape

Kinesio Tape

Have you ever noticed athletes wearing different colored tape on their backs, legs, and arms? Did you know that those strips of tape are placed on certain muscles for a reason? This technique is known as Kinesio taping. Kinesio Tex tape is made of 100% elastic fibers...

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