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Exercises for a pinched nerve

When rehabbing nerve related issues it’s common practice to avoid aggravating motions as the initial goal is to get the angry nerve(s) to calm down. Performing overhead exercises can be irritating to an already angry nerve as they are demanding tasks for the spine and shoulders.
PT for motor Vehicle Collisions

Massage Therapy Treatment for Motor Vehicle Accidents

If you were involved in an auto accident and have a prescription for massage therapy, Therapeutic Associates Crescent Village can bill the auto insurance company for you once those benefits have been authorized. Soft tissue injuries, such as sprains, strains, spasms and inflammation can cause debilitating pain and postural compensations that can lead to more trouble over time.
Temporomandibular Dysfunction

Are You Experiencing Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain?

Are you having jaw or face pain when chewing, opening your mouth or even at rest? What about painful jaw clicking, popping or locking? These symptoms could be due to your Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ). This flexible joint is located just in front of your ear and is primarily responsible for daily activities such as eating, yawning, talking, and can even be active at night with excess grinding or clenching of the teeth while sleeping.

Can physical therapy help hammertoes and bunions?

There are several different toe conditions such as hammer toe, mallet toe, claw toe, and bunion formation, that can occur due to muscle imbalances, and for most of these conditions stretching of tight muscles and tendons is often a part of the rehabilitation process. Patients with toe conditions commonly have tight calf muscles and accordingly a calf stretch, performed for 30 to 60 seconds several times a day, is often a part of the stretching regimen.