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Spinal Decompression Therapy
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Spinal Decompression Therapy Explained

Nearly 16 million adults in the U.S. have chronic back pain. Persistent back pain interferes with everyday activities and can impact their quality of life....

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Best Mid Back Stretches and Exercises for Back Pain

Mid-back pain has many possible causes including injuries, disease, and disc and joint damage. Depending on your diagnosis, your healthcare provider may recommend mid back...

Most Common Pickleball Injuries
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14 Most Common Pickleball Injuries

Pickleball has been sweeping the nation in recent years, and for good reason, it’s loads of fun for individuals of all ages. Pickleball is one...

what are fine motor skills
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Motor Skills Therapy: What Are Fine Motor Skills

Motor skills are basic movements that utilize the body’s muscles to perform a specific task. They require the brain, nervous system, and muscles to function...

lymphedema therapy
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Lymphedema Therapy: What to Expect

The body’s lymphatic system has several important jobs. This group of organs, vessels, and tissues work together to maintain a healthy balance of fluids throughout...

Joint Pain
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Joint Pain: Causes and Treatments

Joints are the areas of the body where our bones connect. They consist of bones and soft tissues that support and connect them: cartilage, ligaments,...

Exercises to Reduce Knee Swelling
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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome Symptoms Explained

Patellofemoral pain syndrome is pain located under and around the kneecap. Also known as “runner’s knee” this condition affects people of all ages and abilities—not...

What to Expect Functional Capacity Evaluation FCE - BenchMark Physical Therapy
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What to Expect in a Functional Capacity Evaluation

If an injury is keeping you from working, you may be wondering if and when you can return. It’s important to determine your current ability...

sciatic nerve pain
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Physical Therapy for Sciatic Nerve Pain

Approximately 40% of people in the U.S. will experience sciatic nerve pain during their lifetime. Symptoms range from mild discomfort to intense and debilitating chronic...

rotator cuff pain
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Physical Therapy for Rotator Cuff Pain

Every year, an estimated two million people see their healthcare providers because of rotator cuff pain. Rotator cuff injuries are common and can often lead...

Physical Therapy treatment for muscle weakness
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Physical Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease

After Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative condition affecting people in the U.S. Although some experts estimate as many as one...

different types of ankle pain
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Different Types of Ankle Pain and What They Mean

Ankle pain has a wide range of causes. It can be linked to a specific trauma to the foot or leg, or be related to...

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