The 43 Muscles in the Face In this months newsletter we look at the causes and symptoms of Bells Palsy and how physical therapy can help those who suffer with this neurological dysfunction. Read about it here.
July’s Newsletter helps us to address the common misbelief ‘No pain, no gain’, and the fact that over-straining can lead to long term complications,… Why You Shouldn’t Overdo it Read this months newsletter here.
Physical therapists provide a highly specialized skill with hands-on techniques to bring relief to those suffering. The Truth About Pain Relief (Without Pills) It is common knowledge that physical therapy helps with relief of pain and improvement of function. In fact, it helps improve mobility, increase strength, reduce swelling and empowers individuals to live healthy,… Read More.
Ouch! What To Do When That Shoulder Pops… The shoulder joint is subject to a great deal of motion, more so than other large joints in the body. Physical therapy plays a crucial role in recovery from injury. In fact, physical therapy can help with any pain or discomfort in any joint in the human… Read More.
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.