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Neck Pain

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain through Exercise

By Andrew Ryan, DPT, 2018 OCS Resident, Salem, OH Center Musculoskeletal (MSK) pain affects the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. Low back pain is the...


Two Steps to Starting a Customer Service Initiative from Scratch

Nearly 4 years ago BenchMark Rehab Partners decided we should start a customer service program. And when we decide to do something, we do it...

Hand Pain
Physical Therapy

Amid Opioid Crisis, PT as Alternative for Pain Relief

For a pitcher in New Mexico, it started with a foot injury. Knee surgery paved the way for a soccer player in California. A shattered...

Physical Therapy vs Opioids
Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy vs Opioids

CHOOSE PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR SAFE PAIN MANAGEMENT No one wants to live in pain. But no one should put their health at risk in an...

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Health & Nutrition

How Technology May be Harming You

Have you ever considered how technology may be harming you? A recent study found that Americans check their mobile phones an average of 344 times...

Neck Pain
Neck Pain

Unkinking The Neck Condition Known As Torticollis

By Landon Wahl, DPT, Dillsburg Center If you’ve ever awakened with a kink in your neck and found it difficult to look from one side to...

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Injury Prevention

6 Steps to CrossFit Injury Prevention

By Nadia Jones, DPT, SCS resident, Tuscaloosa (University of Alabama Rec Center) CrossFit is a fitness routine consisting of a variety of functional movements, including power...

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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...