Headaches affect the lives of millions of people every year. There are several different kinds of headaches, including sinus headaches, hormone headaches, and migraines.
Did you know that different types of stress can also play a role in causing headaches? It’s unfortunate but true. In fact, stress-related headaches are considered one of the most common headaches that people have.
It’s important to understand how a stress headache differs from other types, the causes of these types of headaches, and how a physical therapist may be able to help.Read full blog
Nobody likes to live their life in constant pain. Many of us are quick to grab the fastest form of pain relief available to us, even if it presents a possibility of harmful side effects in the future. Thankfully, there’s a better option to pain management: physical therapy.
Physical therapy can help you control your pain without drugs, giving you a chance to break away from your opioid dependence. Long-term opioid consumption is not a good solution for managing chronic pain.Read full blog
Better Your Health with These 5 Tips!
If you have recently been dealing with pain and are searching for lasting relief, our physical therapists are here for you. With a personalized physical therapy plan, you can discover highly efficient ways to treat your pain and improve your overall energy levels.
Our physical therapists have the experience to help you actually live a pain-free life. Please contact our office today to learn more and arrange your first appointment with us!Read full blog
Kick Pain Management Drugs to the Curb Today!
The world we live in today is heavily medicated. Go to any grocery store or pharmacy and you’ll find countless over-the-counter drugs. Doctors also consistently prescribe more extreme pain relievers, including opioids that have been widely abused over the years. Drug abuse is everywhere, and it is an ongoing battle that patients are constantly fighting.
If you’ve ever experienced an injury, you know it can turn your everyday life upside down.Read full blog
Ready to Move with Ease Once Again?
If you’re having ankle pain that isn’t going away, there’s a significant chance that you’ve suffered from a strain or a sprain! People sometimes use these two terms interchangeably, but there is actually a big distinction between them.
A strain is the tear or overstretching of a muscle or tendon. These tendons connect the bones to the muscles. Your lower back and hamstrings are the most popular area of the strain.Read full blog
You Can Do A Lot for Yourself by Participating in PT Both Before and After Surgery!
Surgery can be very painful and traumatic for the body to go through, so it’s typically only performed when there are simply no other choices available. If surgery is in the immediate future, you might have already addressed a post-operative physical therapy appointment with your doctor.
It is incredibly normal (and highly recommended!) to see a physical therapist during rehabilitation.Read full blog