With Physical Therapy, Pain Relief Doesn’t Have to be in the Form of a Pill! Pain can substantially affect your ability to engage in even basic daily activities. You may feel that taking opioids to relieve the pain is your only choice. There are other options available, including physical therapy, that can help you live
Could You Benefit from Chiropractic Care? Approximately 22 million Americans visit a chiropractor each year. If you are already seeing a physical therapist to restore your functional potential, you may not realize how chiropractic care can also be integrated in the same treatment plan for optimum results. While our physical therapists focus on reducing your
Surgery is a serious, painful business, even when successful, and managing your recovery can be as delicate and important as the procedure itself. Currently, the use of opioids is the most broadly accepted way to treat postoperative pain, but the benefits of these drugs come with a host of side effects that range from the
Do You Know How to Identify a Herniated Disc? If you’ve been experiencing back pain, it just may be a herniated disc. A herniated disc can put extra pressure on the muscles and nerves around the spinal column. Strange neck pains, back pains, or extremity symptoms can indicate a variety of potential problems – including
Physical Therapy: The Logical Choice for Long-Term Pain Relief Chronic pain presents some very real challenges for sufferers. If you have a chronic condition that produces constant or recurring pain, you may already know that you need a long-term solution as opposed to a quick fix. Unfortunately, some of the medical solutions offered by medical
Sports Programs May Look Different This Season But Your Methods & Mindset For Off-Season Training Should Never Change!
Since the onset of Covid-19, many different aspects of our lives have changed. One of the aspects that has been affected is our youth and high school sports programs. Student athletes are having their sports seasons drastically altered due to athlete volume restrictions and health safety concerns from our middle schools and high schools. Even