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No Such Thing as a Minor Ankle Sprain

No Such Thing as a Minor Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprains are an extremely common injury, the majority of adults report experiencing at least 1 ankle sprain in their lifetime. Despite the high prevalence of ankle sprains, very few individuals seek physical therapy for treatment. Ankle sprains, no matter how...

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Hypermobility and Ehlers Danlos

Hypermobility refers to the ability of a joint to move beyond what is considered a normal range of motion. This can be present in one joint, or widespread throughout the body. Widespread hypermobility is often due to connective tissue disorders such as Ehlers Danlos...

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Exercise and Incontinence

Have you experienced leaking while exercising? If you’re thinking to yourself, I remember that one time... then you may benefit from pelvic floor physical therapy. Leaking while lifting is a sign of stress incontinence. Stress incontinence can be defined as...

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Rotator Cuff: Non-Operative Care

Shoulder pain is a common problem that we treat at our clinics. A significant percentage of these patients have rotator cuff pathology that contributes to their symptoms. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that help dynamically stabilize the shoulder joint....

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Heel That Pain

About one in ten people in the United States will suffer from heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis at some point in their life. While plantar fasciitis is a very treatable condition, the pain and dysfunction can be debilitating, and healing can take up to several...

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Yoga and Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain can be a debilitating condition and has the potential to affect anyone. Yoga can be a cost-effective way to help reduce low back pain. This is not just something that makes intuitive sense but has been demonstrated in rigorous scientific studies...

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What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)?

What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome? Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) describes a group of disorders that occur when a person’s blood vessels or nerves become compressed between their collar bone and first rib. A person experiences symptoms secondary to the neurovascular...

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Aquatic Therapy

Did you know that A Fox PT offers pool therapy AND has a DPT who specializes in Pool Therapy? We can treat a wide variety of conditions in the water. Exercising in the water can help decrease the load on the joints, which makes it a great place to perform movements...

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Pain Reframed

Pain. It is a common phenomenon experienced by all living creatures. Whether you skinned your knees falling off a bike, snapped a bone in a sports game or experience the incessant grinding pain of arthritis, you probably do not think fondly about pain. But what if I...

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What is Frozen Shoulder?

What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a thickening of the shoulder capsule around the glenohumoral (shoulder) joint. It is usually a result of the inflammation, scarring, tightening of the connective tissue surrounding the shoulder joint...

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Testimonials

I tore my groin very bad playing hockey. I did a lot of research and chose Dr. Anne-Marie Fox for some IMS therapy. I went for 3 applications and the healing ...

- Carter Einhorn
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