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Proper Posture

How Proper Posture Can Improve Your Back Pain

August 10th, 2020

Millions of people experience back pain. In fact, back pain is the most commonly reported area of discomfort across the United States. It is estimated that approximately 25 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, many of whom experience that pain in their back. According to one longitudinal study, 3% of all emergency room visits between

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Achieve Risk-Free

5 Ways to Achieve Risk-Free Treatment With Physical Therapy

July 20th, 2020

If you have been suffering from chronic pain (defined as persistent pain lasting longer than three months), you are not alone. In fact, the American Academy of Pain Medicine states that there are at least 100 million Americans are living with chronic pain. Because such a large amount of the country lives with chronic pain,

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Hip and Knee Pain

Walk Away From Hip and Knee Pain With Physical Therapy

July 10th, 2020

Your hips and knees are common areas of discomfort in the body. This pain can become worse as people age, due to the body’s natural “wear and tear” of cartilage. Hip and knee pain can also be caused by injury, overuse, or deeper underlying conditions (such as arthritis). In some severe cases, surgery may be

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These 5 Symptoms Need PT

If You Have Any of These 5 Symptoms, You May Need Physical Therapy.

June 20th, 2020

Did you know that physical therapy is a natural form of pain relief treatment that can be used to manage a variety of different conditions? Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that physical therapy treatments are a great way to reduce their chronic pain and other recurring symptoms until after they’ve tried other traditional treatment methods

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Hip & Knee Pain Relief with PT

Tired of Your Hip and Knee Pain? Find Lasting Relief with Physical Therapy

June 10th, 2020

The knee is considered a hinge joint while the hip is a ball-and-socket joint. They are both complex joints with a network of muscles, tendons, ligaments, bone, and cartilage all working together to keep you moving. With this many moving parts it’s not surprising that as we age or engage in strenuous activity that we

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