Physical Therapy Myths Busted

Physical Therapy Myths Busted

Happy Physical Therapy Month! To celebrate, we wanted to debunk some common physical therapy myths. Myth #1: You need a doctor’s referral to see a Physical Therapist. Many people deal with pain for far too long assuming they need to see a doctor before they seek pain...
Whiplash and Physical Therapy

Whiplash and Physical Therapy

Following a car accident or traumatic incident, it’s common to experience whiplash. Whiplash happens when there’s forceful movement of the head on the shoulders in any direction. Those who experience this may suffer from pain for months at a time if not treated. Our...
September is Pain Awareness Month

September is Pain Awareness Month

September is Pain Awareness Month! It’s common to experience pain as a result of a variety of injuries and/or disorders. It’s also unfortunately common to turn to opioids for pain relief. This month, we wanted to promote the decision to #ChoosePT to help with any pain...
Physical Therapy and Balance

Physical Therapy and Balance

Inner ear infections and/or inflammation can cause some serious balance issues. These can cause you to feel dizzy and nauseous while causing you to lose your balance often. This increases your risk for accidents and falls that could result in injuries that impair your...
Chronic Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Chronic Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Did you know that around 25% of people in the United States report having back pain at some point in the last three months? If you’re experiencing this kind of pain, you’re definitely not alone. If nothing is done to prevent or improve back pain, it can easily become...
Dancers and Physical Therapy

Dancers and Physical Therapy

If you’re a former dancer and/or parent to a child who’s a dancer, you know all too well the numerous injuries that can occur from this activity. An injury called, “dancer’s hip” is common in the world of dancers. During activity, a pop is felt in the hip during...

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