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Back Pain: Why physical therapy isn’t just about ending pain

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From our email bag, word for word, praise for our ​physical therapy team on treating back pain… Hi Kim, I love the way you run your business! The attention to detail and customer satisfaction is fantastic. Since I am also in a customer service business (real estate broker), I appreciate ​it​ takes extra effort and …

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Physical Therapy Techniques for Gut Health

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Did you know that physical therapy can help digestive health? Whether you are experiencing constipation, diarrhea, bloating, nausea, abdominal discomfort, acid reflux, and/or fecal leakage, a knowledgeable physical therapist specialized in pelvic floor and gastrointestinal health can help you overcome your symptoms. Understanding Your Digestive System Your digestive system includes the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, …

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Ankle Sprains: Not All Are Created Equal

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Understanding Your Ankle Sprain A sprained ankle is a very common injury, with approximately 25,000 people—athletes and non-athletes, children and adults—experiencing it each day. An ankle sprain affects the ligaments, tough elastic bands of tissue on the outside of the ankle that connect the ankle bones to each other and protect the ankle joint from …

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Walking On A Sprained Ankle

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If you have a sprained ankle, you may be puzzled when your doctor or physical therapist recommends walking on it. Although resting an injured ankle is wise immediately after an injury, the latest data suggest that you will benefit equally from walking on a properly supported ankle as soon as possible. Successful recovery begins with …

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Let’s Talk About Pregnancy and Incontinence (And How Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Can Help)

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Pop culture and memes like to make light of moms who accidentally pee when they sneeze, jump, or pick things up. But the truth is, postpartum incontinence is a frustrating reality for a surprising number of women. Because urinary incontinence is such a common concern I hear among my female patients, I’d like to spend …

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