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Cancer Care

Physical Therapy For Cancer Care

Chances are you know someone whose life has been touched by cancer, or maybe you are living with a cancer diagnosis yourself. According to the...

Aging Excercise

3 Myths About Aging & Exercise

By Koratrona Evans, DPT, OSC Resident, Drayer Physical Therapy, Carlisle Center One in four Americans ages 50 or older is physically inactive on a regular...


Gearing Up For Your Best Run

By Matthew Repko, PT, DPT, Altoona Center Running has become an increasingly popular mode of exercise and for good reason. It is a cheap and...

Football Competition

BenchMark Physical Therapy Donates $30,000 to Bradley County Schools

BenchMark Physical Therapy has made a donation of $30,000 to Bradley County Schools athletic department. This donation has aided the school system with resources to...

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Pie in the Face for the AHA

Our Chattanooga Central Office had a little too much fun raising $500 for the American Heart Association by tossing pies in the face of co-workers...

IT Band Syndrome

IT Band Syndrome in Runners

By Scott McGeary, DPT, CSCS and Stuart Helster, SPT, Hershey Center Scott McGeary, DPT, CSCS I will never forget the summer I trained for my...

ASTYM® to Prevent Golf Injuries

ASTYM® to Prevent Golf Injuries

By Nicole Mallory, PT, DPT, MS, ATC, CSCS, Sports Resident, Birmingham Grandview Center Golf is one of America’s most popular sports, played year-round by millions...

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Knee Pain

Keep It Under Your Cap

Pain in the kneecap may be due to an outer thigh muscle (the vastus lateralis) that pulls the kneecap to the outer side of the...

5 Simple Ways to Check for Scoliosis
Spinal Stenosis

5 Simple Ways to Check for Scoliosis

By Elizabeth Williams, PT, DPT, Wilmington OH Center Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that is most common in younger years, prior to puberty....


How to Make Your Own Ice Pack

By Stephanie Bingham, MS, LAT, ATC Ice is a great form of cold therapy to help with the symptoms that can come from bumps and...


5 Steps to Safely Start Running

By: Kelley Zimbelman PT, DPT, Claremore, OK Center Summer is a common time for people to start getting back into shape. Because it is a high...


Improving Performance and Preventing Injury in Adolescent Athletes

By: Marla Ranieri PT, DPT, OCS, Flanders, NJ Center Your child is passionate about a sport. He or she trains long hours and dreams of...