Back Pain & PT

Back Pain & PT

If you experience lower back pain, you’re not alone. Lower back pain is fairly common and often resolves on its own. However, if you find that your back pain is chronic and impacting your daily life, it’s time to seek help. Chronic back pain can lead to a decrease in...
Staying Active During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Staying Active During the COVID-19 Outbreak

During this time of social distancing and self-isolation, it can be easy to become more sedentary and not get enough exercise. We’re here to remind you that social distancing does not mean that you can’t get the exercise you need each day. Exercise has numerous mental...
PT & Pregnancy

PT & Pregnancy

Whether you are currently pregnant or have recently given birth, back pain can be a common occurrence. The body goes through significant changes during pregnancy and does not always recover fully afterward, which can lead to prolonged pain. 40% of women often report...
Workout Recovery Tips

Workout Recovery Tips

Proper recovery from a workout is as essential as the workout itself. If you don’t recover well from a workout, you may find yourself suffering from injuries and avoiding the activities that you enjoy. Today, we’re sharing some recovery tips to keep you doing the...
PT for Concussions & Traumatic Brain Injuries

PT for Concussions & Traumatic Brain Injuries

Physical therapy is commonly known as a way for athletes to get back in the game following an injury. However, there are numerous other reasons why you could benefit from seeing a Physical Therapist. Did you know that if you suffer from a concussion or a Traumatic...
Avoid Heart Disease with Physical Therapy

Avoid Heart Disease with Physical Therapy

Each year, February is recognized as American Heart Month and serves as an ideal time to encourage individuals, families, friends, and communities to focus on their heart health. Exercise is a great step towards improving heart health, however, most Americans don’t...

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