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PT & Workplace Injuries

PT & Workplace Injuries

According to the National Safety Council, a worker is injured on the job every seven seconds. The most common workplace injuries include strains, sprains, soreness, and lacerations. If you find yourself injured on the job, it’s important to find the right medical...

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Physical Therapy & Stroke Recovery

Physical Therapy & Stroke Recovery

Recovering from a stroke can be a lengthy process. Physical Therapists are an integral part of a stroke recovery team. Rehabilitation should begin as soon as possible following a stroke, with the goal of getting you back to your daily life activities at home, at work,...

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RPT Scholarship Winners 2018

Each year, RPT gives scholarships to each of the high schools for which we provide sports medicine services. 1-2 students are chosen to receive the scholarship from each school based on certain criteria. Criteria includes: grades, financial need, and interest in the...

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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:...

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Elbows 101

Elbows 101

Women, children, and the elderly are more at risk for elbow fractures. This can happen easily by falling and trying to catch yourself by reaching out your arms. There are three types of fractures, ranging from least severe to the most. If you have a type 3 fracture,...

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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...

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Pelvic Floor Pain

According to a National Institutes of Health (NIH) study, pelvic floor disorders affect a substantial proportion of women and increase with age. Contrary to popular belief, however, it is not only women who experience this dysfunction. Men and children can also be...

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Torticollis and Infants

Torticollis is a condition where the neck muscles are tight, keeping the neck in a fixed position. The name comes from a Latin word that literally means “twisted neck.” All ages can be affected by this condition, but today, we want to discuss how torticollis can...

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