Hip, Hip, Hooray! Modern society comes with desk jobs, prolonged sitting, and repetitive motions that weaken the hip joints. As a result, the lower back and knees are forced to compensate. Muscle imbalances and poor posture compound the problem. Over time, this reinforces poor movement patterns, eventually resulting in pain and discomfort. It’s not too late,… Read… Read More.
Don’t Fall For This… The risk of falling increases with age. In this article, we shall briefly discuss the role of physical therapists in fall prevention and the treatment of gait and balance impairments. Read this months newsletter here.
How to Protect and Strengthen the Knee (and Foot) Knee and foot injuries are common for people of all ages. Physical therapy will increase strength and mobility to prepare the knee and ankle for active, daily life. Read the full newsletter here.
National Physical Therapy Month October is National Physical Therapy Month. A physical therapist is a licensed professional and an expert in the management of the musculoskeletal system. Your physical therapist will help you establish the foundation for a healthy lifestyle. Read what your physical therapist can do for you here.
Improving Connections Between Nerves and Muscles Most people have heard about multiple sclerosis (MS), but don’t know much about this autoimmune disease. It’s a debilitating and progressive condition that affects the brain and spinal cord. Physical therapy is an essential part of an overall treatment plan for patients with multiple sclerosis. Read the complete article… Read More.