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Superior is Now Offering TelePT Visits for Women’s Health

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Are you one of the millions of women who suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction, such as pelvic pain or incontinence? If so, it can often feel as though your bladder dictates your life. Here are some of the ways pelvic floor dysfunction can affect women’s lives: Prevents your ability to experience intimacy Makes vaginal exams […]

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Protect and Strengthen the Knee Thru Physical Therapy

Knee and foot injuries are common for people of all ages. They tend to occur during day-to-day activities such as walking, climbing stairs and running. In most cases, people tend to ignore the pain and just 'carry on', leading to more injury and pain. Rest and medication help reduce pain. However, the residual effects of […]

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Ease Biceps Tendinitis with Physical Therapy

The biceps tendon connects the biceps muscle in the upper arm to the elbow. The tendon acts like a tough connective tissue. The inflammation of this tendon is bicep tendinitis. Physical therapy can help reduce pain and regain mobility. Causes Some of the causes of biceps tendinitis include: a fall that injures the shoulder excessive […]

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Cause of a Wrist Fracture

Colles' fracture refers to a fracture around the wrist. Typically, it occurs due to a fall on an outstretched hand. Specifically, the fracture occurs at the end of a bone in the forearm called the radius (at the cortico-cancellous junction). Dorsal displacement and dorsal angulation are common characteristics of such a fracture. Falling on an […]

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How to Make Kids Healthy and Happy

Getting your child involved in sports is an excellent way to encourage exercise and prevent childhood obesity. This is a proud feeling for every parent, and the expectation is that the child will have fun, gain confidence and interact with other children in the process. To determine what your child will enjoy participating in, help […]

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Pre-Surgery Physical Therapy

Most people think of physical therapy in regard to rehabilitation following surgery, but it's also beneficial for preparing the body to undergo a surgical procedure. It's effective for aiding in quicker recovery times, decreasing the potential for complications, and reducing the care required after surgery - especially in major procedures such as joint replacements. It's […]

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Physical Therapy – The Secret to Athletic Excellence

The vast majority of people believe the primary use of physical therapy is for back pain or rehabilitation of an injury such as fracture leg or whiplash. While physical therapy is beneficial in all those situations, it's equally advantageous for individuals who want to improve their athletic performance. Athletes don't have to seek the services […]

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Preparing for Spring with Physical Therapy

With the coming of spring, the urge to get outside and "do something" to alleviate cabin fever will be strong. After a winter of relative inactivity or virtual hibernation, it's a good idea for the body to get a tune up to prepare it for the stresses of emerging gardening, biking and baseball season. Even […]

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