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Overall, integrating physical therapy into your care plan can be a crucial step in managing the progression of diabetic neuropathy.
There are things you can do at home to help with tailbone pain, also known as coccydynia, but seeking guidance from a PT is your best option.
back pain, Exercise, Posture, tailbone
A physical therapist can provide an in-depth analysis of your breathing and upper body mobility, utilizing findings to create a custom treatment plan.
BreathWorks, Exercise, injury prevention, mobility, physical therapy
It is important to avoid strenuous and painful activity after a knee injury, while continuing with pain-free movement and to begin physical therapy as soon as possible.
To get to the root of your problem, a physical therapist will conduct a thorough evaluation. Once your PT determines what is causing your hip pain, they will work with you to create a plan of care for recovery and rehabilitation.
It is important to explore the possible reasons behind knee popping and investigate options for managing and preventing it.
Your perception of having a longer right leg could be a result of muscular imbalance, which commonly develops following lower back injuries and related physical therapy.
If knee pain is keeping you from exercising and hindering your daily function, it is best to see a physical therapist.
There are various causes of knock knees, including structural alignment of the hips, knees and ankles as well as muscular imbalances in the feet and hips. Strength training can help!

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All Therapeutic Associates physical therapists actively pursue ongoing continuing education to remain skilled and knowledgeable in the latest research and treatment techniques. Our Orthopaedic Residents are licensed physical therapists currently going through TAI’s most comprehensive and advanced education offering, our APTA-accredited Orthopaedic Residency Training Program. In most cases, residents will reply to your Ask the Experts questions with guidance from our experienced clinician team. Information provided is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician, physical therapist, or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. We cannot guarantee that all questions will be answered and response times will vary.

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