Choosing the Best Physical Therapist (Yes, Your Choice!)

Our promise to you. We will never settle for "average". It is our promise to provide and advance superior physical therapy services while adding uniquely specific and related services to serve the our community and surrounding region with the utmost quality. Listening is Part of The Treatment One of the biggest complaints that patients have […]

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Physical Therapy For All Types of MS

Four "types" of MS have been defined and each follows a course of symptoms. Relapsing and remitting is the most common type in which new symptoms can clearly be seen and during remission few if any symptoms may be apparent. Symptoms include weakness and numbness on either side of the body, vision disturbances and loss, […]

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Physical Therapy – Another Option for Living with Autism

Autistic Development Through Physical Therapy Autism is a lifelong condition and physical therapy can help in multiple ways to keep patients of all ages healthy and maintain a better quality of life. Physical therapy is beneficial for: Improved Physical Conditioning Weight Control and Management Better Balance, Stability and Coordination Improved Eye-hand Coordination Better Interactive Skills […]

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Let Physical Therapy Reduce Your Fibromyalgia Related Pain

Our promise to you. We will never settle for "average". It is our promise to provide and advance superior physical therapy services while adding uniquely specific and related services to serve the our community and surrounding region with the utmost quality. Brain Changes and Fibromyalgia The heightened stimulation of nerves that's present in fibromyalgia causes […]

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Heel Pain and Injury

Our promise to you. We will never settle for "average". It is our promise to provide and advance superior physical therapy services while adding uniquely specific and related services to serve the our community and surrounding region with the utmost quality. Easy Does It An injury to the heel can have a variety of causes, […]

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Physical Therapy for Patients with Lupus

Help for Lupus Patients Physical therapy is an important part of treating the symptoms of lupus. It offers an effective way of dealing with the disease that has multiple benefits that include: Pain relief Reduced inflammation Improved mobility Restores physical functionality Strengthens bones, tendons and ligaments Maintains cardiac function Prevents weight gain Improves sleep Limits […]

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Getting Physical With Tech

The popular names of the injuries may change, but the established treatments of physical therapy can treat, correct and heal all the injuries that technology engenders. Physical therapy treatments are effective for: Relieving pain Aligning the spine and neck Improving posture Relaxing tensed muscles Relieving pressure on the neurological system Addressing migraines and TMJ pain […]

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Reducing Risk with Physical Therapy

It’s not just extreme sports enthusiasts who sustain injuries during the spring. Sprains and strains from shoveling and cleaning off vehicles, along with slipping and falling on wet floors are all dangers with which a physical therapist can help. One of the best strategies for avoiding typical spring injuries is by warming up with stretches […]

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Physical Therapy to Keep You at Play

Keep On Playing Physical therapy will keep every part of the body ready to participate in activities ranging from rock climbing to golf. A physical therapist can show patients how to perform motions that reduce the potential for injury at work, home and play. Physical therapy is beneficial for: Improving flexibility Building stability Improving coordination […]

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Childhood Arthritis and How Physical Therapy Can Help

Getting a Jump on JA Early diagnosis is critical to help children with juvenile arthritis. JA affects more than just joints and can actually represent a hazard to growing bones. Youngsters with JA are at risk of bone loss and weakened bones due to inflammation that make them more susceptible to fractures, including those of […]

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