Is Physical Therapy Safe For Children?

Physical therapy isn’t just safe for children – it’s hugely beneficial, too. Especially if your child has any mental or physical impairments, injuries, or chronic health conditions that may affect them achieving their full potential. In that case, physical therapy is one of the greatest gifts you can give a growing child.  Very few of…

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How To Treat A Strained Elbow

Are you having problems with your elbow? Perhaps it’s causing you pain or showing signs of muscle weakness. Maybe your game is suffering, or you’ve lost some of your usual power. There could be several reasons you might have elbow pain, ranging from elbow strain to tennis elbow. However, elbow injuries of any kind are usually…

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TMJ: Everything You Need To Know

Do you have pain in your jaw or facial muscles? Have you been told you might have TMJ? The temporomandibular joint is like a hinge connecting the jaw to the skull’s temporal bones. They’re the bones that lie underneath the temples (the two spots on each side of the head that you massage when you have…

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Here Are The Benefits of Knee Kinesiography

Are you looking for answers regarding chronic knee pain or recurrent injuries?  Would you like to find out, once and for all, what is up with your knee? If you suffer from knee pain, you’re not alone. “100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain” – with 18% reporting knee pain as the primary source of…

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Will Diabetes Stop Me Getting Physical Therapy For Foot Pain?

Have you recently been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes? Are you worried that your diagnosis may affect your existing foot problems? Diabetes is a disease that can lead to poor circulation, which can then reduce blood flow to the feet. This problem in circulation often causes ulcers and decreased sensation in the feet, making you…

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Does Sciatica Cause Foot and Ankle Pain?

Sciatica is a painful condition that occurs as a result of compression of the sciatic nerve. Several different things can cause this compression. These include but are not limited to disc herniation, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, fractures, or one of the most common causes is pregnancy – due to the additional weight of the baby. Sciatica…

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Can Physical Therapy Help Me Lose Weight? 

Well, the short answer to this question is there is no straightforward answer – it’s more complex than a simple yes or no. But the answer may surprise you, nevertheless. So, if you’re currently overweight and desperate to lose weight but suffering from joint pain, muscle weakness, reduced mobility, or a lack of balance and…

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How Long Is A Physical Therapy Session?

One of the most asked questions by patients considering Physical Therapy is, “How long does a physical therapy session take?” Physical Therapy is a specialized type of therapy to treat musculoskeletal pain, reduce stiffness and increase mobility. It helps decrease pain and restore function in your joints and muscles and can be used to improve…

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What Is A Doctor Of Physical Therapy?

This is a popular question. Many patients want to check what type of education and professional certification is required before booking an appointment with a Physical Therapist. They want confirmation that we’re fit to practice and know what we’re talking about. But most importantly, they want to know that we can help them get out…

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What To Wear For Physical Therapy

Are you confused about what to wear to physical therapy? It might seem like a silly question. I mean, you certainly don’t need to dress up for a physical therapy appointment. It’s not a fancy-dress party, and you won’t be turned away from the door if you’re not wearing a specific “having physiotherapy” uniform. Nor…

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