Fall Prevention Programs with Physical Therapists

A fall can result in an injury and a decrease in your ability to do your everyday things. Falls can diminish an individual’s ability to live an independent life. According to the CDC over 800,000 patients, a year are hospitalized because of a fall injury. Falling once also doubles your chances of falling again. One […]

Soccer Injuries

Common Soccer Injuries and How to Prevent Them with Physical Therapy Soccer is one of the most popular sports played in the world. However, in high school, girls’ and boys’ soccer are the second and third more dangerous sports. And things may get even worse in college. According to a World Cup study, there is […]

Cancer Fatigue

Specialty Niche Programs: Cancer-Related Fatigue Fatigue can be expected when undergoing cancer treatment. Cancer fatigue is very different from everyday fatigue. Everyday fatigue may be related to stress, lack of sleep, or an extra-hard workout. The fatigue you experience from cancer isn’t your typical, everyday tiredness. Cancer-related fatigue can result from cancer itself or its […]

Ways to Avoid Sports Injuries

Millions of high school students participate in fall sports each year, and many are gearing up for this season right now. However, before you begin preparing for this season, you should ensure that your body is ready to perform to reduce the risk of injuries. To participate in sports in high school, each athlete is […]

Physical Therapy for Low Back Pain

Almost everyone will experience some degree of low back pain at some point in their lives. The low back, which can also be referred to as the lumbar region is the area that starts below the ribcage. Fortunately, some back pain can and will subside on its own. Some situations, however, cannot get better on […]

Physical Therapy for Rotator Cuff Pain

At some point in their lives, many people will endure excruciating shoulder discomfort. Sleeping wrong, carrying a heavy purse or backpack, or lifting weights can all cause shoulder pain. Regardless of its possible source, how you intend to treat it is what matters most. Many people believe the pain may go away on its own [...]

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