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For better or for worse, our daily lives are lived online. From banking to socializing, to streaming our favorite TV shows, Americans spend a large part of their day sitting in front of a computer or other electronic device. While the ease of access has expedited the time it takes to do daily tasks, the reality is, sitting in front of a computer screen each day takes a toll on our bodies. Even those who are mindful of the hours spent in front of a screen are still at risk of straining or i...
Posted on 2018-11-19
Your health and the optimal performance of your body are paramount to your overall well-being and successful navigation of life. Our services can help to ensure you are guided, supported and receiving the treatments necessary to aid your body in moving forward. Whether you are recovering from a sporting injury or looking to gain range of motion back after an accident, our team has your back (and health!) every step of the way. While we accept and work alongside most major insurance com...
Posted on 2018-07-05
The Painful Truth About Stress   Physical therapy is often associated with those clients who have experienced a horrific physical trauma, like a car accident or an injury at work. While this very much is a part of our services and the rehabilitation process we bring to those we work with every day, it is essential to realize that the stresses your body undergoes do not necessarily just come from catastrophic physical traumas, alone. Physical therapy can also help you get back to “yo...
Posted on 2018-03-06
  It doesn’t matter whether you are recovering from surgery or an injury, or happen to be seeking treatment for chronic pain. What you get out of your physical therapy treatment will be a direct reflection of what you put into it. Most insurance plans pay only for a limited number of physical therapy visits, so you need to make sure you’re maximizing your time. Here are a few things to keep in mind: Your doctor may or may not suggest a specific therapist or clinic. Either way,...
Posted on 2017-06-19
As physical therapists and medical professionals, we’re all about the mechanics of the human body. Bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves…they’re all foundational in what we do and how we do it – and in what our patients do and how they do it. What patients may not be aware of is the fact that their mental approach to physical therapy and recovery from an injury or surgery in general has a huge impact on how well they progress. Visualization, also called guided im...
Posted on 2016-08-15
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