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Physical Therapy for Osteoporosis

December 10th, 2019

Are you experiencing a thinning of your bones, due to osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a very common condition that mostly affects women, especially after the age of 40. In fact, 80% of osteoarthritis diagnoses are for women.    The meaning of osteoporosis translates to “porous bones,” as this condition causes bones that were once strong to

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Say No to Opioids! 3 Ways Physical Therapy Can Naturally Relieve Pain

November 20th, 2019

If you’ve been struggling with a serious pain problems for a while, and you’ve gotten little to no relief from over-the-counter painkillers, your doctor may want to prescribe opioids to control that pain. But as tempting as it might be to numb yourself with these powerful drugs, you’re better off saying no to the offer.

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Are You Experiencing Hip or Knee Pain? Find Relief with Physical Therapy

November 10th, 2019

Are you hobbling instead of walking these days? Do you fear that your active lifestyle is the thing of the past? Do your hips and knees simply refuse to do their jobs without causing  you intense pain? If your quality of life has been drastically reduced by knee pain and/or hip pain, you may be

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Is The Pain in Your Back Caused by a Herniated Disc? Here’s How to Know.

October 10th, 2019

Do you seem to have trouble perform even simple everyday activities due to severe back or neck pain? Do you have strange neurological symptoms in your arms or legs that you simply cannot account for? Has your spine never quite worked as it should since you experienced a recent accident? You may be struggling with

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Do you Wake Up Feeling Achy? It Could be Your Mattress!

September 20th, 2019

Do you notice that you often wake up in more pain than you felt when you were going to sleep? If you have been dealing with low back pain that seems to be much worse in the morning, your mattress might be the culprit! While back pain is a common enough ailment that most people

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Lasting Relief for Hip & Knee Pain with Physical Therapy

September 10th, 2019

Does nagging hip and knee pain keep you from completing everyday tasks with ease? If you’ve been living with chronic aches and pains in these areas, you may benefit from regular physical therapy treatment. A skilled physical therapist can help to improve your daily quality of life by targeting your problem areas to decrease pain

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Sprains, Strains and Ankle Pains

Sprains, Strains and Ankle Pains! What You Need to Know and When to See a Therapist

August 12th, 2019

There you are, walking through the park on a bright summer day when suddenly you find a hole with your foot. Before you know it, you are in pain, collapsed in a crumpled heap, hoping no one saw your graceful fall. What do you do? How do you know whether it is an injury that

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Don’t Join the Opioid Epidemic

Don’t Join the Opioid Epidemic. How Physical Therapy Can Help Ditch the Pain Meds

August 5th, 2019

It seems like every time you turn on the news there is another story about the opioid epidemic gripping the country. There is good reason for the panic. In 2016 alone, 116 people died each day from opioid-related drug overdoses. Some 11.5 million Americans misused prescription painkillers in some way, costing an estimated $504 million

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Core Strength and Better Balance

The Connection Between Core Strength and Better Balance

July 20th, 2019

Physical therapy as an industry has been talking about the link between core strength and better balance for years. When the “core” muscles around your trunk are strong, they prevent chronic lower back pain and many other injuries, but they also keep you from losing your balance and falling down. A stronger core will help

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Back & Neck Pain

Back & Neck Pain? Physical Therapy Can Help!

July 10th, 2019

Many people have back pain and neck pain. As a matter of fact, studies reveal that 90 percent of people will experience either back pain or neck pain at least once in their lives. It’s not always easy to isolate those regions of the body that are causing back pain or neck pain. Pain can

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