Physical Therapy BlogFOR PATIENTS AND PROVIDERS
Welcome to our Physical Therapy blog. These posts are here to help you better understand how physical therapy can benefit you and positively enhance your lifestyle. You’ll find advice on improving your physical dexterity, tips to make you a better performer and posts geared specifically to each member of your family. We’ll also be providing posts from other sources and experts offering different perspectives that we feel will be helpful to both patients and providers.
We’re interested in hearing from you! If you have an idea for a future subject matter, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
In our last blog post, we talked about the first two weeks after your total knee replacement (TKR). That post included three areas you should address. Those were your environment, pain and exercise. We will now progress our discussion to what you should expect in...read more
In our last blog post, we talked about preparing you for your total knee replacement (TKR). That post included 5 areas you should address prior having TKR surgery. We are now shifting from the prehab portion to the rehab portion of your recovery. During this stage,...read more
With the increasing amount that the patient must pay, and the fact that everyone wants to get back to their activities as quickly as possible, a prehab program can help. Today’s blog post is about the prehab.read more
After 20 years of practicing physical therapy and treating runners, I want you to get the most out of you next medical appointment. Use these three questions to help maximize your recovery; and, remember, you called this meeting.read more
I have been a runner for 30 years and a physical therapist for 20. The combination of these skills gives me a unique perspective on us runners and what makes us tick. There is definitely a lot that that goes into making a runner; but, I have come up with three thoughts.read more
We both considered how much we use our computers and mobile devices and felt there had to be a better way to provide physical therapy that is more convenient to the patient (no matter where they are), and still deliver it at a reasonable cost.read more