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How Physical Therapy Can Facilitate Workplace Wellness The average person spends eight (8) hours or more in the workplace. Occupational hazards and risks are prevalent in a work environment, especially one with prolonged periods of sitting. When designing or adopting a workplace wellness program, invite a physical therapist to be a member of the… Read More.
Pre and Post-operative Physical Therapy for Total Hip Replacement Physical Therapy can speed up healing and rehabilitation of the hip joint before and after surgery. Read this months newsletter for the benefits of physical therapy to help facilitate recovery. Total hip replacement (THR) is a surgical procedure to replace a damaged hip joint with a… Read More.
Its a new year and we’re all excited about what 2015 will bring. Take a moment to read this months’ newsletter The Sound of Music (in your hip?) Snapping hip syndrome, also called dancers’ hip, is a snapping sensation or popping sound heard in the hip while walking, flexing or extending the limbs. This condition… Read More.
Because the spine and the arm move together, if the back isn’t doing it’s share, the shoulder will need to do extra. We work on the muscles and the joints from the waist up to make sure that the ball and socket joint of the shoulder is healthy. The shoulder blade is only attached to the body… Read More.