A sports injury can be a minor set back or completely debilitating. The actions you take after your injury may determine how long it will take you to recover. If you get injured while playing sports, the extent of the
Like most physical therapy offices, we have some patients that do not do their homework while under our care. Unfortunately, this slows down the healing process. Once a physical therapy patient has achieved their goals and is no longer under
In short, a Physical Therapist is a health professional who can diagnose and treat people of all ages who have medical conditions that limit their ability to move efficiently or prevent them from living their daily lives to the fullest.
The over use of opioids (pain killers) has reached epidemic proportions. In many cases, the use of pain killers leads to addiction even after the pain has subsided. Chronic pain does not have to be a way of life. Chronic
You can pinch a nerve just about anywhere in your body. A pinched nerve occurs when there is too much pressure on a nerve from bones, muscles cartilage or tendons. When a nerve becomes pinched, the result is pain, numbness
Treating a dislocated joint is important to prevent re-injury The human body consists of 360 joints. When one of those joints becomes dislocated, it means that a bone has slipped out of place and is no longer where it should be.
Physical therapy normally consists of a variety of modalities to help a patient reduce pain and regain movement. Most people are familiar with active therapies, such as having an exercise routine to rebuild muscle, but many are not familiar with
Golfers are at greater risk for lower back pain and injuries to the shoulders, elbows, wrists and knees. The rotation and bending of a golf swing can have significant impact on the lower back. By maintaining a strong, flexible core
Use it, don’t lose it. Movement Matters! You have heard of the phrase, if you don’t use it, you will lose it. Well it is very true, especially when it comes to your body. Regular movement is imperative to long
Do you need a Doctor Referral to see a Physical Therapist? The short answer is no. In 2006. Congress passed legislation that allows patients in New York State who need Physical Therapy to go directly to their Physical Therapist to