Wrist Pain |
May 16, 2022
What can PT do to help you address tendinitis of the wrist?
Tendinitis of the wrist occurs when one or more of the many tendons that make up the wrist become severely inflamed. This inflammation results in pain, swelling and redness. It...
Fall Prevention |
May 2, 2022
These 4 PT methods should be part of your fall risk care plan
While many people can simply pick themselves up after a fall, for many older adults, this isn’t the case. A fall can often result in broken bones, dislocations and other...
Pelvic Pain |
April 29, 2022
What can PT experts do to ease pelvic floor pain after you’ve given birth?
Postpartum recovery is going to look different for every woman. Adapting to a new routine after giving birth can be challenging, and sometimes our bodies don’t bounce back as quickly...
Post surgery rehab |
April 20, 2022
5 goals your rehab after surgery should be shooting for
For patients recovering after a major surgery, the road to recovery can be a long one. While it is important to rest and recover, rebuilding strength and mobility is key...
Hand Pain |
April 15, 2022
What could it mean if my fingers are numb when I finish working?
Have you ever finished a long day of work with a feeling of uncomfortable numbness in your hands and fingers? This feeling may also be accompanied by a tingling sensation,...
Arthritis Pain, Knee Pain |
April 9, 2022
How to effectively rehab your arthritic knee without resorting to surgery
Arthritis is one of the most common causes of knee pain and discomfort in adults. Roughly 1 in 4 adults in the United States have been diagnosed with some form...
Headaches and Migraine |
March 21, 2022
Explore 3 physical therapy methods that are first-rate for migraines
A migraine is a chronic, episodic primary headache. Migraine headaches can be debilitating. In most cases, the pain is one-sided, but it may affect both sides of the head in...
Knee Pain |
March 14, 2022
The top 3 causes of burning pain in the knee
Burning pain in the knee can occur suddenly or gradually over time. People who play sports and spend long hours on their feet are more likely to experience this type...
Foot and Ankle Pain |
March 11, 2022
3 physical therapist-approved steps you can take to cut foot and ankle pain in the morning
It’s common to have sore feet, ankles or heels in the morning, especially if you’ve done strenuous physical activity the day before. But if the stiff, achy feeling continues or...
Work Injury |
March 7, 2022
Physical therapists are doctors near you who accept workers’ comp cases: Here are 3 reasons why you should go see them
Choosing the right physical therapist to work with can be a significant challenge for people who are hurt on the job. Most clinics will accept workers’ compensation patients, but some...