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Preventing Lower Extremity Stress Fractures

Preventing Lower Extremity Stress Fractures

A stress fracture occurs when tiny cracks become visible in your bones. These cracks can appear from performing repetitive movements where force is significantly placed on a single bone as well as sudden increases in intensity. In other words, sports such as track and field, tennis, gymnastics, […]

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#ChoosePT for ACL Recovery

#ChoosePT for ACL Recovery

Are you in the process of recovering from an ACL injury? If yes, it is essential to understand the length of time that it takes for your ACL to redevelop. In the meantime, consider choosing physical therapy to help your ACL heal quicker. Prior to setting up […]

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Risk Factors for Low Bone Mass

Risk Factors for Low Bone Mass

Osteopenia, also called Low Bone Mass, causes a person’s bones to become thin and weak which increases the risk of breaking something. 44 million adults in the United States have osteopenia and it’s also very common in the United States. It is also referred to as a […]

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How physical therapy can help you with flexibility

How physical therapy can help you with flexibility

When an injury occurs that requires the treatment of a physical therapist, there is almost always some loss of movement or motion in the affected area. Range of motion or complete loss of movement could stem from a number of injuries or conditions. A fractured bone or […]

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Physical Therapy for Sport Hernia

Physical Therapy for Sport Hernia

A sports hernia is the strain or tear of soft tissue (muscle, tendon, ligament) anywhere in the lower abdomen or groin area. It’s most commonly caused when an athlete makes a sudden change in direction or plants their feet and intensely twists the body. The oblique muscles […]

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Cycling Injuries

Cycling Injuries

Spring has officially sprung! And just as the just as the nice weather has pushed the leaves to rise out of their buds, so too has it pushed you and me to rise out of our beds to enjoy all it has to offer. One of the […]

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Traumatic brain injuries are on the rise due to falls in older adults

Traumatic brain injuries are on the rise due to falls in older adults

Traumatic brain injuries occur when any injury to the head disrupts brain function. These injuries are often very serious and can result in extensive physical and cognitive damage. Traumatic brain injuries affect an estimated 1.7 million people in the US annually and can range from mild to […]

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Avoiding Elbow Pain

Avoiding Elbow Pain

The elbow is not a simple joint. Like the shoulder, it is fairly complex, allowing us to perform a wide range of motions with our arms.  However, because it is so diverse in movements, that leaves it open for different types of injuries and pain. The elbow […]

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Physical Therapy and Joints

Physical Therapy and Joints

Are you having trouble learning how to manage your acute or chronic joint pain? You are not alone. According to a 2015 study published by the National Health Institute, over 11% of the American adult population suffers from some sort of persistent pain on a daily basis. […]

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Concussion Complications and Physical Therapy

Concussion Complications and Physical Therapy

Concussions are a tricky injury. With all the media coverage on the technology and science behind the research, concussions are still complex enough to hinder long-term injury solutions in the medical professional world.  Concussions are head injuries that can cause traumatic brain damage and have the ability […]

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