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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 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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Choose the safer way to manage pain

October is finally here, bringing with it the first signs of Fall, pumpkin-flavored treats, and most importantly; National Physical Therapy Month. Since its inauguration by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in 1992, PT Month has been a great opportunity to celebrate all PT professionals as well as recognize the transformative power of physical therapy.

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Postnatal Back Pain – The Hormones “MYTH”

Postnatal Back Pain: What really causes it? Let’s dispel the MYTH that what you’ve got is nothing serious: “It’s just your HORMONES…and you’ll be fine soon after the baby is born.” Heard that little line before? It’s more “misinformation” that floats around. But let me shed some light on why, if you swallow this line,

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Physical Therapy Following a Femoral Fracture

Physical therapy can help with most fractures, but it is especially important if you have suffered a fracture of the femur, which runs from the hip to the knee. This incredibly strong bone typically requires significant force or direct trauma to break. A femoral fracture often requires surgery to place the bones back into position.

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