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The Ins and Outs of a Physical Therapy Evaluation

Category Archives: Physical Therapy

24 Jun, 2020

The Ins and Outs of a Physical Therapy Evaluation

PT Evaluations are an ongoing and iterative process that begins at the very first appointment with the patient. Your physical therapist will implement extensive physical and evaluative testing to determine your physical capabilities and limits. This includes comprehensive performance based tests that is used to determine your ability for work, activities of daily living, or

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10 Feb, 2020

Performing Deadlifts the Right Way – with the Help of a Physical Therapist

Deadlifting is a popular workout and training technique in the world of sports and fitness. When it is performed correctly, a deadlift can significantly increase your levels of body strength and power, especially regarding your core and posterior chain. Deadlifting also helps in stimulating your central nervous system, and it can be a great addition

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10 May, 2020

Boost Your Energy and Alleviate Pain With These 4 Easy Tips!

Do you constantly find yourself feeling tired throughout the day? Sluggish? Achy? Fatigued? If so, this is probably your body’s way of telling you that something is off. Perhaps you sit too much during your commute or throughout the day, without getting up to stretch and exercise. Perhaps you’re eating too much inflammatory food or

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20 May, 2020

Did You Know Carbs Could Improve Your Physical Activity? Find Out How!

Anyone who lives an active lifestyle knows how important physical activity is to maintaining that sense of well-being. However, you also know how much energy it takes to maintain that lifestyle – workout routines, athletic training, competitions, injury rehabilitation exercises, and even the non-stop pace of your everyday life can take a lot out of

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10 Jan, 2020

Treat Your Concussions the Natural Way with Physical Therapy

Concussions are a serious concern for athletes, especially those competing in high-impact sports. It is a serious condition that can hinder both your physical and mental capabilities for a period of time. Concussions typically happen from a trauma-based impact, usually either from a sports injury or motor vehicle accident. While concussions can be painful and

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21 Mar, 2019

Did you have a C – Section? A Physical Therapist Can Help You!

This blog post is dedicated to all mommy’s, especially those that have undergone a C-section. Did you know that over 30% of women have cesarean births, but are given little to no information on proper recovery? There is a lot of misconception that having a C-section is just “easier” and that you’ll “recover faster from

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11 Feb, 2019

UNDERSTANDING PELVIC FLOOR THERAPY

Did you know that 66% of people don’t know what their pelvic floor is, and 40% of people don’t exercise their pelvic floor? When treating clients I often hear the following statements: “I’m a male, I can’t have a pelvic floor disorder.” “I didn’t have any issues with my pregnancy, so I don’t need to

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31 May, 2018

Do You Have Good Posture? Check Out This Video

  Is your posture good? In the age of desk jobs and cell phones our bodies have adapted to the positions we find ourselves in most often.  We have a complex, but delicate system that requires balance in order to function optimally.  Posture is important because it allows our body to function as intended.  It helps

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7 Dec, 2016

Flat Feet: How Physical Therapy Can Help The Pain

Flat feet is caused by many things, genetics, age, weight, etc., and can create painful body issues. A physical therapist can treat and suggest simple lifestyle changes like exercises to lengthen and strengthen muscles, shoes and insoles that will lift the arch and posture builders to engage and strengthen the core. But those with flat feet should understand what happens to the

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