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  • Physical Therapy vs Opioids

    Date: March 5, 2018

    The opioid epidemic has been big news in recent years. No one wants to live in constant pain, but most people also don’t want to face the many risks associated with opioid painkillers. Medications like OxyContin and Vicodin are highly addictive and can lead to depression, overdose and withdrawal symptoms. While they are appropriate in certain situations, they usually are not the best first course of action. For many patients, physical therapy provides a safe, [Read More...]

  • 3 Best Stretches for Hip Bursitis

    Date: February 19, 2018

    Trochanteric (or hip) bursitis is a painful condition that occurs as the result of inflammation in the bursa. The bursa is a fluid-filled, jelly-like sac that minimizes friction in joints and between other moving tissues in your body. When it becomes inflamed, it may cause pain and stiffness. By maintaining strength and flexibility, however, you can reduce the friction that causes your pain. Here are a few of the best stretches for hip bursitis. Stretches [Read More...]

  • The Importance of Home Exercise During Physical Therapy

    Date: February 5, 2018

    “Why do I have to do at-home exercises when I’m already going to physical therapy a few times every week?” We hear this question a lot. Many people do not understand why they need to do their prescribed exercises at home in between appointments. At-home exercises are an important component of your overall treatment, though. Let’s take a closer look at the importance of home exercises during physical therapy. Why Are Home Exercises Important During [Read More...]

  • What Is Kinesiology Tape and How Is It Used?

    Date: January 22, 2018

    Physical therapists use multiple techniques to provide relief from pain and stiffness and help patients heal. One mode of treatment that is commonly used is kinesiology taping. You may have seen this tape on professional athletes, and if you are in physical therapy, your therapist may decide to use it on you. What exactly is kinesiology tape and how is it used? Let’s take a closer look. What Is Kinesiology Tape? Kinesiology tape is a [Read More...]

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