High School Fall Sports – Physical Therapy

High School Fall Sports – Physical Therapy

When it comes to participation in school sports, proper preparation is the key to success.  Fall school sports require your child’s dedication to prepare their bodies to face the challenges that various sports bring.  Many students spend their summers preparing and...

According to US population estimates, 5% of people over the age of 65 and more than 40% of people over the age of 85 have Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by the nature of its progressive condition which damages brain cells. Along with this...
Physical Therapy and Disc Disease

Physical Therapy and Disc Disease

Degenerative disc disease can leave you in pain and unable to participate in life the way you’d like to. Some of the symptoms include pain in your lower back, buttocks, or upper thighs. Those who suffer from this condition often complain that it feels worse when...
Patellar Tendonitis in Young Athletes

Patellar Tendonitis in Young Athletes

Patellar tendonitis is an overuse injury commonly found in young athletes. This injury is often caused from sports that require a lot of jumping or running like basketball, tennis, volleyball, track and field, and soccer. With these motions, microscopic tears of the...
PT and Types of Incontinence

PT and Types of Incontinence

Did you know that over 13 million people in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence? Urinary incontinence is when someone experiences undesired urine leakage. The types of urinary incontinence are numerous. Here are some of them you could be experiencing:...
Physical Therapy: Preventing Falls for Seniors

Physical Therapy: Preventing Falls for Seniors

Did you know that 87% of all fractures in the elderly are due to falls? Of that 87%, ⅔ of those who have fallen will experience another fall that results in injury within 6 months. Taking a tumble as an older adult can have some serious consequences. As you get older,...

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