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How Do We Come Up With Your Home Exercise Program?

How Do We Come Up With Your Home Exercise Program?

When leaving your physical therapy evaluation or the first follow up appointment, you will most likely be given some homework to do. Some may get similar programs depending on their injury, but they are all created with you in mind. In case anyone was wondering how we...

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How Important Is It To Do Your Physical Therapy Homework?

The current stalemate in healing is that we are all so busy, and we take very little time to care for ourselves over others. In physical therapy, we hope everyone that walks through our doors will walk out feeling amazing and worlds better at each session. This,...

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Aquatic Therapy Benefits

Physical Therapy is a field that continues to expand and grow in its knowledge base and specialities. With all of the fun and beneficial new interventions we have to work with, we still rely on and are grateful for aquatic therapy with many of our patients. Not every...

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Tips For A Sitting Work Space

We have evolved intellectually over the centuries, but has this mental evolution regressed us physically? Are our jobs and activities keeping us immobile to the point of causing imbalances and injuries? That, I suppose, depends on your job and how you do it. In the...

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See a PT for Bowel and Bladder Problems, Really?

Most of you know that physical therapists treat musculoskeletal problems like back pain and sprained ankles. Some of you may even have heard that physical therapists treat urinary incontinence. But did you know that physical therapists can treat constipation and fecal...

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When Should You Go To Urgent Care?

When Should You Go to Urgent Care? Contributed by Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine As an urgent care center, one common question we hear is: “Should I go to the emergency room or urgent care?” The simple answer: it’s all in the name. Urgent care...

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Raynaud’s Phenomenon

The weather is changing with more frigid days ahead and for some of us, it can make it difficult to regulate the temperature of our hands and feet. For those who are familiar with the diagnosis of Raynaud's Phenomenon, read on for some tips on what may trigger your...

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Summary of Trigger Finger

Trigger fingers are a fairly common ailment with our patients most commonly between the ages of 50-70 and is six times more prevalent in women compared with men and associated with the diagnosis of diabetes as well. Inflammation builds up at the sheath that surrounds...

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Dry Needling in a Nutshell

    We as physical therapists are always striving to provide the best care for each patient we treat. One tool we use quite frequently is a form of intramuscular stimulation known as dry needling. Essentially, this means we are able to stimulate the muscle from the...

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The Shoulder Explained

The shoulder is an inherently unstable joint. Typically known as a ball-and-socket joint, the shoulder has a very shallow surface for the joint to interact. While it may lack stability, we make up for it by having incredible mobility at the shoulder. Think of it this...

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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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