Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinAre you plagued by shoulder pain and unsure why? Interestingly, the cause of your shoulder pain may not be coming from inside your shoulder joint itself. The shoulder joint
Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinFor many, negotiating stairs can be a daily challenge. Whether you’re recovering from a knee replacement or suffering from an arthritic hip, stairs can be both difficult and painful.
Share Tweet Share +1 Email Pin“Never get old.” A common piece of advice heard inside our office from patients who have deemed themselves “older.” As we age, the normal wear and tear of daily
Share99 Tweet Share +11 Email PinIf your morning is anything like mine, it’s chaotic. The buzzing alarm jolts me out of bed. The morning routine has been carefully planned, down to the last second.
Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinBack pain is becoming a rite of passage with roughly 80% of the population experiencing at least one episode in their lifetime. Nearly 8% of the working population will
Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinTechnology is a wonderful thing. Never before have we had the ability to connect to a world of knowledge on a device we can hold in our hand. For
Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinWith healthcare costs skyrocketing and most insurance policies transitioning to a high deductible, determining medical necessity has growing importantce. As physical therapists, we are frequently asked, “Should I get
Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinHas your social calendar and weekly routine fallen victim to your low back? You’re not alone. Many of our patients surrender their daily chores and social calendar based on
Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinYou can’t flip through a fitness magazine without it touting the benefits of core strength. We lecture our patients on it every day, but why? Core strength plays a
Share Tweet Share +1 Email PinBend… bend… bend and bend some more. Sound like a typically day? If not, pause and think for a minute. Bending moments on our spine occur with nearly every