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Optimizing Your Running Performance: Injury Reduction Techniques

Running is one of the most popular activities in which people of all ages, fitness levels, and physical goals participate. It is an activity that can be done all year round, on rainy and cold days, and wherever you are.  Like any sport, running comes with its inherent injury risk. Since running is a repetitive …

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What in the Pickleball? Injuries Related to America’s Fastest Growing Sport.

Pickleball is the fastest-growing sport of 2024 in the United States and over the past four years, pickleball has grown >223% and now exceeds 36 million players country-wide. The spike in pickleball popularity started largely due to COVID-19. Pickleball allows people to stay active, socialize at a distance, and is accessible to a wide range …

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The Role of Physical Therapy in Overcoming Frozen Shoulder Syndrome

Adhesive capsultis, colloquially called “frozen shoulder”, is a shoulder condition that causes significant loss in shoulder function and mobility. Frozen shoulder is a unique diagnosis in that it can result from injury, but in some cases no mechanism of injury occurs prior to its onset.  When someone sustains an injury such as shoulder impingement syndrome, …

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Shoulder Pain Keeping You Out of the Gym? Physical Therapy Will Get You Pain Free!

Shoulder impingement syndrome is one of the most common chronic shoulder conditions seen within outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinics. Shoulder impingement occurs when the subacromial space within the anterior shoulder is narrowed resulting in pinching, wearing down, and inflammation of the rotator cuff tendons which pass through this area. Common shoulder impingement syndrome symptoms include: …

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How Physical Therapy Can Improve Posture: Importance of Good Posture

Maintaining good posture is crucial for our overall health and well-being. Posture-related issues and neck, back, and shoulder pain are being seen more and more in physical therapy clinics. Especially with the increase in desk jobs, people are spending the vast majority of their workdays slouching and staying stuck in the same position for hours …

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What’s Behind the “Tennis” in Tennis Elbow? What to Consider in Your Game to Eliminate Tennis Elbow.

Tennis elbow or the medical term, lateral epicondylitis (LE), is the most common cause of lateral elbow pain. Although it has “tennis” in the name, tennis elbow can be caused by any repetitive activity involving the wrist extensors. Tennis players account for only 10% of lateral epicondylitis cases1. Other causes of LE include: weeding, typing, …

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5 Reasons to Choose Cash Based Physical Therapy Over Traditional Physical Therapy

Do you accept my Insurance? This is hands down the most common question I get asked when talking with potential patients. My answer is…no, but depending on your insurance provider, I can provide you with a bill that you can submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement or to go towards your deductible. Usually …

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