Sacroiliac Joint Pain Exercises and Stretches
One of the most common causes of disability is low back pain with about 80% of the population experiencing low back pain in their lifetime.
5 Reasons Hands-on PT May Supplement or Replace Pain Meds
by guest blogger Brian Scherff, PT The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is undertaking an anti-opioids campaign touting the benefits of Physical Therapy (PT) over
What is Scoliosis Specific Exercise?
By guest blogger Jean Masse PT, DPT, PRC, OCS, ATC Scoliosis can have many forms. We have general categories for scoliosis and spine curvatures, but each
Printing for the Home-Care Physical Therapist
While at the 2019 American Physical Therapist Association’s (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) conference, we had the opportunity to talk with home-care physical therapists about
Hip or Knee Osteoarthritis (OA) Exercises
While at the 2019 American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) conference, I had the opportunity to attend Urban Poling’s ACTIVATOR® Course where
Physical Therapy Exercises for Ankle Sprains
Growing up, winter was basketball season and now makes me think of sprained ankles. I believe that this is caused by my bad ankle sprain
Exercises to Recover From Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Since the launch of the IBM Personal Computer in 1981, annual sales of desktop computers has exploded to peak at approximately 350 million units/year in