How Can Physical Therapy Help Sciatica

How Can Physical Therapy Help Sciatica

If you’ve been experiencing pain that radiates from the lower part of your spine through the back of your thigh or calf, you could be experiencing sciatica. Sciatica is pain caused by a pinching of your sciatic nerve. Sciatica can manifest in a wide variety of...
MCL Injuries and How Physical Therapy Can Help

MCL Injuries and How Physical Therapy Can Help

The MCL (medial collateral ligament) is the most commonly damaged ligament in the knee. While injuries to this ligament most often occur in athletes, they can occur in nonathletes as well. The MCL is located on the inner part of your knee, so injuries to this ligament...
Setting New Year’s Goals and How PT Can Help

Setting New Year’s Goals and How PT Can Help

Happy New Year! What do your New Year’s resolutions look like for 2019? If you’re one of the many who have made a goal to live life with less pain, we’re here to encourage you to choose physical therapy! Physical therapy can get you on the path to functioning better...
What is  A Certified Hand Physical Therapist

What is A Certified Hand Physical Therapist

Did you know that you can go to physical therapy for hand issues? If you’re experiencing any type of pain in your hands or wrists, physical therapy has the potential to be incredibly beneficial for you. We’ve included a list of hand and wrist issues that can be...
5 Common Ski/Snowboarding Injuries & How PT Can Help

5 Common Ski/Snowboarding Injuries & How PT Can Help

Where are our snowboarding/skiing enthusiasts at? Today, we’re sharing some of the most common injuries experienced from these winter sports. If you do experience any of these, it’s crucial to understand the important role physical therapy plays in helping you...
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...

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