PT First for Low Back Pain

manual therapy for low back pain

If you are among the majority of the population that experiences low back pain, remember that physical therapy should be your first line of defense to recovery so you can get back to doing what you enjoy!

Physical Therapy for Fibromyalgia

a young man receives hands-on physical therapy care for his knee and hip

Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes widespread pain throughout the body as well as a cluster of other symptoms. Although there is no cure for fibromyalgia, physical therapy can help to reduce pain and manage symptoms.

Take Action on Osteoporosis!

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Unlock the secrets to strong bones! In this blog, you will learn how bone density impacts fracture risks, who’s at higher risk, and the key steps to safeguard your bone health.

Overcoming Achilles Tendinitis

Physical therapist Kyle Stewart demonstrates an exercise utilizing a Kettlebell

In this comprehensive blog, we will explore causes, symptoms, and treatment options for Achilles tendinitis, emphasizing the pivotal role of physical therapy in restoring your strength and allowing you to resume your beloved activities pain-free.

Childhood Coordination: Challenges and Solutions

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Coordination is necessary for activities that use both sides of the body. Difficulty with coordination may be indicative of a disorder and can lead to other health problems if not addressed. PT can help!

Scoliosis in Adolescence

measuring degree of curve in adolescent scoliosis

As a physical therapist certified in the treatment of scoliosis, Patrick Bridge breaks down the various tests and treatments for this condition.

Got Back Pain?

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Does your back hurt? You are not alone! Studies have shown that more than 80 percent of us will have one or more significant episodes of low back pain in our lifetime.

Maximizing Recovery with a Walking Boot

after an ankle injury or surgery, a person often has to wear a walking boot

Working with a physical therapist when an injury or surgery results in the need for you to use a walking boot is the optimal way to ensure your exercise program is tailored to you and designed to maximize your recovery.

Tennis Elbow – Only for Tennis Players?

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Tennis elbow is named for its high incidence in the sport of tennis, but is an overuse injury that is common in individuals whose jobs require repetitive gripping, heavy lifting, or various non-neutral wrist postures.

4 Stretches to Alleviate Lower Back Pain

woman lying on back pulling knees to chest in lower back stretch for pain relief

Back pain is a common issue that affects millions of people worldwide. It can have a significant impact on our daily lives and can be difficult to manage. These four stretches are my top picks to help alleviate back pain.

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