5 Reasons to Go to Physical Therapy

5 Reasons to Go to Physical Therapy

A fact of life we all face is that, at some points, physical pain is inevitable. This may come in the form of the usual aches and pains of aging or from sudden injuries. Neither of these are easy to deal with which is why so many choose to seek help to improve their...
Athlete or Not, Physical Therapy is For You

Athlete or Not, Physical Therapy is For You

For many athletes training takes place year-round. While this leaves a large window of chance for athletic injuries, it’s important to remember that physical therapy isn’t only for athletes with injuries. At RPT, we see and treat a wide variety of patients. Our...
Rotator Cuff Injuries

Rotator Cuff Injuries

A rotator cuff tear is a common injury, but that doesn’t make it any easier to deal with the pain and the interruption it may cause in your life. If left untreated, a rotator cuff tear can cause severe pain and a decreased ability to use your arm. The good news is...
Exercising with Sore Joints

Exercising with Sore Joints

If you suffer from joint pain, you might feel like exercise isn’t for you. Many of our clients feel like they have to lead an inactive lifestyle because they’re waiting for a certain joint to quit causing them pain. Making some simple changes to your lifestyle and...

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