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Massage is a word that is typically associated with relaxation and a calming massage in a spa like setting. In recent years, massage has started to grow in the medical and physical therapy fields. What’s often overlooked is that massage can have medical benefits as well. Therapeutic, also known as medical massage, can be used…

In home physical therapy is not limited to star athletes and the elderly. There is a misconception that in order to receive physical therapy, you need to have a painful injury or be suffering from limited movement. In reality, everyone benefits from in home physical therapy. From children to athletes, office workers to the elderly,…

Waking up in the morning is already difficult enough for some people. Having plantar fasciitis can make getting up in the morning a painful and slow process. Plantar fasciitis is sharp pain in the heel that is usually at its worst in the mornings. Often, plantar fasciitis is only attributed to runners, hikers and other…

October is Physical Therapy Month, a time to celebrate all the good that physical therapy does for those suffering from pain. Pain can manifest in many different forms. Some pain is the result of a recent injury, while other pain is chronic pain that people live with each day. Many people take for granted the…

Physical and speech therapy make most people think of an office setting and sitting down with a physical therapist while working on therapy exercises. What if you do your therapy in the comfort of your home? That’s exactly what a lot of physical therapist are offering these days. Therapists are now coming into people’s home…

When you hear the term tennis elbow you may think this topic is only relevant to those who play tennis or other sports. In reality, anyone can get the shooting pain that’s associated with tennis elbow. Dealing daily with pain in your elbow can hinder movement in your arm and make everyday tasks, such as…

If you’re subscribing to the old adage of “grin and bear it” when it comes to an injury, you’re not doing yourself any favors. The pain will most likely get worse. Researchers say that over time, putting up with chronic pain will develop into more serious issues. And now that summer is upon us, you’ll…

Shoulder pain is a problem for many people. It can restrict the movement in your arms and cause pain when performing certain everyday tasks such as lifting your arms above your head, reaching sideways, reaching forward, and more. There are a variety of shoulder rehab exercises you can do to help prevent and relieve the…

Do you have an old injury that left you inactive and in pain over the winter?  Have you just learned to work around it and tough it out? You deserve to feel better. Without professional therapy assistance, you may not heal properly and might even feel worse or do more damage. Physical therapy can help…

With this physical therapy exercise of the month we will focus on hip exercises and how to reduce pain associated with hip injuries. In order to reduce hip pain, it’s important to build strength and flexibility. Hips are large, weight bearing bones that are put under stress each day. Due to this constant stress, hip…

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