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Scar Tissue Treatment
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Scar Tissue Treatment Options

Scar tissue that develops after trauma to the body is a natural and unavoidable part of the healing process. However, over time, scar tissue buildup...

Physical Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease
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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...

Joint Replacement Physical Therapy
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Benefits of Joint Replacement Physical Therapy: Before And After Surgery

If you experience significant joint pain and problems with mobility, and medical treatments aren’t working, you may be a candidate for joint replacement. With physical...

dry needling vs acupuncture
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Dry Needling vs. Acupuncture

To many people, dry needling and acupuncture look similar, but the techniques are different. While both treatments involve the insertion of thin needles into the...

what can physical therapy do for concussion
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What Can Physical Therapy Do for Concussion?

Upwards of 3.8 million sports and recreation-related concussions occur every year in the United States. At least half a million of these cases involve children,...

pros and cons of dry needling
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Pros and Cons of Dry Needling

Physical therapists have a wealth of tools and techniques at their disposal to help patients feel, move, and function better. Dry needling is one therapy...

What Is the McKenzie Method?
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How Does the McKenzie Method Work?

If you have frustrating pain, stiffness, or numbness, relief may be available in the form of a 60-year-old non-invasive therapy called the McKenzie Method. How...

What Is IASTM Therapy
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What Is IASTM Therapy?

The field of physical therapy is always evolving, continually introducing new and innovative treatments to help patients move and function without pain. IASTM therapy is...

what is a muscle knot
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What Is a Muscle Knot?

What is a Muscle knot? These stiff, palpable bands of tissue contain a hard nodule in the center. Also referred to as myofascial trigger points,...

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Prevention
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Prevention Strategies: Tips to Relieve Pain and Avoid Surgery

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition typically associated with long hours spent typing away at a computer. But anyone who performs repetitive hand and arm...

blood flow restriction
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What Is Blood Flow Restriction Training?

Blood flow restriction training is a promising treatment often used in physical therapy to increase muscle strength without putting undue stress on the body. It...

How to Reduce Knee Pain Without Surgery
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How to Reduce Knee Pain Without Surgery

Knee pain is a common ailment affecting people of all ages at all stages of life. Pain anywhere in the body is a sign that...

How to Choose a Physical Therapist
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5 Tips: How to Choose a Physical Therapist

Physical therapy is designed to help patients feel, move, and live better. And a strong connection between the patient and the physical therapist is a...