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Fall Sports Injury Prevention
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Fall Sports Injury Prevention Tips

Summer is winding to a close, and for many children and young adults, that means the start of the fall sports season. Whether your child...

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,...

When Can I Do Physical Therapy for a Sprained Ankle
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When Can I Do Physical Therapy for a Sprained Ankle?

“When can I do physical therapy for a sprained ankle?”  Starting at the right time can help facilitate healing and get you back to your...

sprained elbow
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Common Symptoms of a Sprained Elbow

The elbow joint is one of the most complex in the human body. A sudden, forceful bend or twist in an awkward position can leave...

What Causes Degenerative Disc Disease
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What Causes Degenerative Disc Disease?

Around the age of 40, most people develop some degree of deterioration of the rubbery discs that support and cushion the bones of the spine....

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Exercises
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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Exercises

Tarsal tunnel syndrome is compression of the tibial nerve in the ankle that leads to pain, numbness, or tingling in the ankle and throughout the...

Degenerative Disc Disease
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What Are the Stages of Degenerative Disc Disease?

Degenerative disc disease is the wearing away of the rubbery discs located between the vertebra of the spine. Despite the name, it is a natural...

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...

pulled groin symptoms
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Common Pulled Groin Symptoms in Females

Are you experiencing pulled groin symptoms? A groin pull, or strain, is a tear or injury to any inner thigh muscle. Pulled groins are common...

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...

common summer injuries
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Most Common Summer Injuries in Children and Teens

As the days get longer and warmer, children look forward to spending more time outdoors, staying active and making memories. But before you hit the...

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...