PT for Chronic Back Pain

Chronic Back Pain Doesn’t Have to be Your Story. Understand 3 Physical Therapy Can Help.

September 20th, 2020
Chronic back pain is pain that persists for three months and longer. This type of pain can be due to a variety of reasons, including arthritis of the spine, aging, disc problems and myofascial pain syndrome. With arthritis of the spine, there is a slow thinning of the cartilage inside the spine which can cause

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4 Ways PT Can Relieve Arthritis Pain

Are Your Joints Hurting? 4 Ways Physical Therapy Can Help Relieve Arthritis Pain.

September 10th, 2020
Arthritis is a common joint pain issue that can affect people of all ages. And while there is no cure for arthritis, with physical therapy you can learn to manage your arthritis pain naturally. For many people with chronic arthritis pain, prescription pain medications may seem like the only pain relief option. However, our experienced

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Avoiding the Opioid Trap PT

Avoiding the Opioid Trap — Thanks to Physical Therapy

August 20th, 2020
You have so many things you want or need to do today — but they’ll have to wait until you take your pills. Prescription opioids are powerful medications that can deaden pain for hours at a time. Unfortunately, they can also cause profound new problems in your life, from the risk of an overdose to

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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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