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Ankle Injuries: When I Should I Visit A Doctor?

January 15, 2019 Blog 0

Our feet can be found at the base of our legs, and they provide the foundation from which we stand…Read More

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Understanding Your Spine And Spinal Cord Injuries

January 15, 2019 Blog 0

It has been estimated that around 17,700 new spinal cord injuries take place in the United States every year. These…Read More

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Exercising To Avoid And Improve Back Pain

January 11, 2019 Blog 0

Many educational topics regarding your body involve the specifics of various injuries, how you can determine whether or not you…Read More

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Orthopedic Physical Therapy Center

What Happens If I Need Physical Therapy?

January 11, 2019 Blog 0

If you are faced with the likelihood of experiencing physical therapy, your initial thoughts might not be 100% positive. But…Read More

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What Should I Do If I Have Shin Splints?

January 11, 2019 Blog 0

At first, you may notice it but you don’t really give it much thought. It is that pain that you…Read More

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I Have Knee Pain – Did I Tear A Ligament?

December 13, 2018 Blog 0

Your knees take on the responsibility of carrying your weight throughout the many movements that you undertake during day-to-day activities.…Read More

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Why Is My Shoulder Sore And Should I See A Doctor?

December 10, 2018 Blog, Patient Education 0

If you decide to look up the literal meaning for the word ‘shoulder’ you will discover that it is a…Read More

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Hip Injuries And When You Should See A Doctor

November 28, 2018 Blog, Patient Education 0

Hip Injuries While we may not think about our hips to the same degree as we do with other parts…Read More

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Hand And Wrist

Understanding Injuries To The Hand And Wrist

November 16, 2018 Blog 0

If you were to create a list that included all of the ways that you rely upon your hands, how…Read More

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The Desk Job: Looking Down Can Be A Pain In The Neck

November 9, 2018 Blog, Patient Education 0

It is inevitable that during our normal activities there are times in which we need to look down. It’s normal,…Read More