Coronavirus 411: What PhysioFit Is Doing To Keep You Safe

The health and safety of the PhysioFit family is our priority. With recent news around coronavirus, we understand you may have questions about how we can all do our part to stay healthy. We want to share the actions we’re taking to help protect our customers and our team— and what you can do to…

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Pilates: great medicine for scoliosis

One might think of Pilates as a modern-day exercise program geared toward the athletic type – the person seeking strength, endurance and overall body health. Pilates does accomplish all of these goals, but its applications go far beyond general fitness. In fact, some of the most challenging body dysfunctions can be treated with a Pilates-based…

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Physical therapy: An aid in headache relief

All of us get headaches from time to time, and the pain from most resolves quickly without much thought. However, severe headaches that recur frequently can inhibit your lifestyle. Physical therapy can effectively manage many types of headaches, allowing you to return to the activities you enjoy. A number of factors can trigger headaches, including…

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After PT, she was Climbing Hills for 22 Days on Vacation…Pain FREE!

I very much support and am thankful for the wonderful work that Physical Therapists do! In my case I came to your physical therapy for help in my inability to walk due to severe knee pain. The Sports Medicine and Surgeon Doctor was my first stop in getting a diagnosis.He thought surgery was a possibility…

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Our 10 wishes for you this holiday season…

We wish you a day of completely guilt-free eating and merry-making. Not ‘just because it’s Tis The Season’, but because there surely has to be at least one day a year where you get to eat what you choose without analyzing it. We wish you a big full-body hug from someone you love. And hope…

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Understanding Your Feet

Are your feet healthy? Flat feet, foot pronation, or foot imbalances can lead to foot pain, knee pain, hip pain, back pain, and even shoulder pain. Here’s what we’ve got for you this week. Now at PhysioFit, we are offering a complimentary foot scan to show you how imbalances in your feet can lead to problems in…

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

From our email bag, word for word, praise for our ​physical therapy team… 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 time and I’m saying…

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Lady (53) With Severe Knee Pain Yells, “I’m Stuck!”

Last week, I received this interesting question by email from a reader of my column in the Los Altos Town Crier with knee pain. It’s a question a LOT of people with Knee Pain ponder over: = = = “Kim, I am really beginning to wonder if anything can be done about my knee. All…

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What Is The Pelvic Floor?

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and connective tissues that help support pelvic organs including bladder, bowel and, in women, the uterus. A pelvic floor Disorder: Is a condition in which the pelvic floor muscles or connective tissue  weaken or become injured, causing pain or other problems. Some common Pelvic floor disorders include:…

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Do you know how many miles the average person walks in a lifetime?

Custom Orthotics Make All the Difference PhysioFit is excited to announce the acquisition of a new diagnostic tool – our Custom Orthotics Kiosk. This foot scanner checks patients for imbalances in the feet, which can often times contribute to pain throughout the musculoskeletal system. Highly-detailed scans are also used to build patients’ custom-made orthotics. The…

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