According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately one in every five people suffers from chronic pain. If you have daily pain and discomfort, we recommend that you see a physical therapist who can work with you to address the symptoms and causes of your pain and help you gain better function. Did
Do you have a physically demanding job or participate in a sport? Do you plan to have an operation this year? Do your muscles and joints feel weaker than they used to? If you recognize yourself in any of these scenarios, preventative rehabilitation, or “pre-hab,” may be beneficial to you! Participating in occupational therapy pre-hab
Did you know that one of the leading causes of joint pain and disability is osteoarthritis? That’s right, more than 50 million American adults suffer from osteoarthritis. Most people believe it is something that only occurs in old age, but it can happen to anyone at any age! Arthritis pain can manifest itself in the
If your pain is getting worse, you should reconsider your eating habits. Some people eat to survive, while others eat to thrive – and still others unknowingly feed their chronic aches and pains. Eating too much or the wrong foods can trigger inflammatory responses, resulting in muscle, nerve, or joint pain. Certain foods have been
Exercise is an essential component of living a healthy lifestyle. For many people, sports are a fun way to burn calories, socialize, and get in shape. Unfortunately, playing sports can mean you are more likely to develop an injury. A sports injury does not require you to be a professional or even an amateur athlete.
Chronic Pain Being a Chronic Nuisance? Physical Therapy Can Help Physical Therapy Can Help You Live Comfortably Once Again Chronic pain is defined as any pain that lasts more than three months. When people experience chronic pain for an extended period of time, it can lead to a downward spiral. As a result of the
Are You Living With Hip and Knee Pain? Physical Therapy Can Help Provide Long-Term Relief PT Provides a Natural Solution to Hip and Knee Pain Hip and knee pain are among the most common types of pain that people experience; they are among the top pains reported by adults in surveys conducted by the Centers
Finally Find the Relief You’ve Been Looking For Have you suffered from sports injuries or a traffic accident recently? If you have, chances are you’re still struggling with the consequences. It’s time for a shift if you are dealing with acute or chronic pain and have yet to find relief. To learn more about how
Did You Know PT Could Help Improve Your Sports Performance? Sports physical therapy is an ever-growing field of focus. In fact, according to the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, “The specialty niche of sports physical therapy has grown at a significant rate over the past 40 years.” So, what does a sports PT do?
You Can Do A Lot for Yourself by Participating in PT Both Before and After Surgery! Surgery can be very painful and traumatic for the body to go through, so it’s typically only performed when there are simply no other choices available. If surgery is in the immediate future, you might have already addressed a