Get the Information You Need About Your Physical Therapy Concerns

Looking for more information about your physical therapy troubles? Look through this helpful blog by physical therapists. We provide tips and information that may be able to help you.

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  • Warm Weather Worries Serious athletes and amateurs of every age will be more vulnerable to injuries until they get re-acclimated to their favorite fair-weather sports.
  • SURGERY NUMBERS ARE UP; PHYSICAL THERAPY TOO In its recently released Surgery 2015-2017 Final Report, the National Quality Forum, an authority on improvement of the overall health of Americans, confirmed what most people already guessed: the number of surgeries continues to increase annually.
  • PT Tips for Returning to Activity Podiatry Associates, P.C. shares physical therapy tips to help you return to your activities safely and avoid recurrence of injury.
  • How Dry Needling Works Podiatry Associates, P.C. explains how dry needling works, and why you could benefit from this physical therapy technique.
  • Consistency is Key with Physical Therapy When recuperating, it’s important to keep up with physical therapy exercises for proper healing and quicker recovery. Dr. O explains.
  • Foot Pain And Your Back Dr. O explains how foot pain relates to your back and spine and why it’s important to determine the problem so it can be treated.
  • Shoulder Stretches to Combat Pain Stiff shoulders are a common complaint in today’s world, but stretches can help. Dr. Jennifer Molner, DPT discusses shoulder exercises.
  • Improve Performances By Cross-Training Cross-training is simple but has far-reaching consequences for athletes. Dr. O in Castle Pines, CO, explains how it can help improve performance.
  • Benefits of Yoga: Health in Body and Mind Yoga is a great form of exercise, with wide-ranging, positive effects for the whole body. Physical therapist Dr. Jennifer Molner explains some benefits.
  • The Key to Concussion Recovery Concussions are serious, and your body can’t handle jumping back into your activities. Dr. Jennifer Molner explains why you have to take your time.