1809, 2018

The Four Best Physical Therapy Exercises for Lower Back Pain

By |September 18th, 2018|Physical Therapy, Types of Injuries|0 Comments

Odds are, you will suffer from lower back pain at some point in your life. Whether you simply slept wrong or you had major back surgery, there are several common remedies to ease lower back pain. In the past, rest was the prescription across the board, but as modern medicine has evolved, we’ve come to […]

2308, 2018

Four Great Low Impact Exercises for Expecting Moms

By |August 23rd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

For many years, exercising during pregnancy was discouraged by physicians. Pregnant women were believed to be fragile and susceptible to injury.
In recent years, the recommendation of “no exercise” during pregnancy has been changed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and is much less restrictive.
There were original concerns of how exercise could affect the […]

2506, 2018

Top 4 Running Injuries and How Physical Therapists Treat Them

By |June 25th, 2018|Physical Therapy, Types of Injuries|0 Comments

Being an avid runner often comes with a host of nagging pains and injuries. Ideally, runners would love to live a pain free life, but unfortunately running can be very hard on the human body, and no amount of stretching or warm-ups can prevent pains or running injuries 100% of the time. Proper physical therapy […]

2203, 2018

3 New Ways Technology is Shaping Physical Therapy

By |March 22nd, 2018|Physical Therapy, Technology|0 Comments

Technology is reshaping the world we live in every day. New technological innovations in medicine are happening daily, and in ways that one could never imagine. Physical therapists, like most health professionals, are utilizing new medical innovations and techniques year after year. From a free app on your smartphone, to robotic sensory equipment, it’s important […]

102, 2018

3 Basic Techniques Physical Therapists Use to Treat Chronic Neck Pain

By |February 1st, 2018|Physical Therapy, Types of Injuries|0 Comments

Chances are you have suffered from neck pain at some point in your life. If you’re one of the unlucky, you’re one of the 30%-50% of the population that suffers from chronic neck pain.
Did You Know? A staggering 50%-85% of those suffering from chronic neck pain never experience complete resolution of their pain. The American Academy […]

412, 2017

4 Staggering Statistics about Opioid Addiction in America: The Physical Therapy Remedy

By |December 4th, 2017|Physical Therapy|0 Comments

Opioid addiction in America, and particularly in Ohio, has come to the forefront in national media in the last year. Awareness of the opioid epidemic has been a major focus within the government, and in many rural areas in Ohio, opioid addiction has hit a tipping point. The sad, but real truth is that the […]

711, 2017

Using Yoga to Enhance Physical Therapy: Therapeutic Pain Management

By |November 7th, 2017|Interviews, Physical Therapy|0 Comments

It goes without saying, the popularity of yoga in the past decade has blossomed. Around 80 million Americans were estimated to have tried yoga last year, and by 2016, there were nearly 37 million yoga practitioners in America. This is up from 20 million Americans just three years earlier.
Why Yoga
There are many different reasons Americans […]

1008, 2017

Top 5 Post Pregnancy Exercises To Get Your Body Back To Pre-Pregnancy Form

By |August 10th, 2017|Physical Therapy|0 Comments

Many women often wonder whether their bodies will ever be what it was before they gave birth to their little bundle of joy. We’re here to tell you that it can. Pregnancy can take a toll on a women’s body. Everything from pelvic and core issues, to general muscle degeneration from lack of normal movement, […]

606, 2017

5 Superfoods that Reduce Chronic Pain

By |June 6th, 2017|Diet|0 Comments

Chronic pain is a chief adversary of a physical therapists practice, and is increasing in Americans every year.
30% of American adults suffer from some form of acute or chronic pain, and that number jumps to 40% among older adults.
Therapeutic alternatives such as physical therapy, have taken a backseat to the opioid prescriptions to treat chronic […]

304, 2017

Source Causes of Opioid Abuse: The link between chronic pain and opioid dependency and addiction.

By |April 3rd, 2017|Physical Therapy|0 Comments

Opioid abuse and addiction has been on a steady increase for many years in the states and around the world.

In 2014 alone, US pharmacies dispensed 245 million prescriptions for opioid pain medication, nearly enough for every American adult to have their own bottle of pills.

Therapeutic alternatives such as physical therapy, have taken a backseat to […]