7 Questions You Have to Ask Before Starting Physical Therapy

1.) Will I be seeing a manual therapist or an exercise therapist? - Some therapists specialize in manual therapy while others specialize in ... read more

Cardiac Rehabilitation - Rejuvenating Your Heart After Heart Surgery or Attack

Cardiac rehabilitation also known as cardiac rehab is an organized medical program intended to help you improve your heart health and well-being af ... read more

Alternative Treatment Protocols for ACL Injuries

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament, or ACL, is considered by many to be the most important ligament contributing to the stability of the knee. Attached ... read more

Osteopathic Treatment: Will It Help My Knee Pain?

A knee injury is one of the most common complaints especially among athletes. The knee includes bones, the meniscus, and ligaments. There are four ... read more

Bad Baby Walker, Good Baby Walker

They come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. However, they all have one big thing in common: they are all bad for your child development. I'm ... read more

The Truth About Flexibility, Part One

Flexibility is portrayed both in the media and in the fitness industry as a key factor in joint and muscle health. The current train of thought app ... read more

5 Questions to Ask Before You Select a Rehabilitation Facility

One of the most important - and difficult - decisions you may face is the selection of a rehabilitation facility. Philosophies and capabilities can ... read more

Cold Water Therapy

5 to 7 sets of push-ups, 5 to 7 sets of squats, same amount of leg lifts, calf press, over-head back press, 5 to 10 minute run then you get back ho ... read more

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy and rehabilitation seem to go hand in hand since physiotherapy has such a wide array of modalities for healing, and oftentimes rehabi ... read more

6 Reasons You May Need Physical Therapy

If you have a hard time moving and doing the things you need to accomplish on a daily basis, you may need some physical therapy. The main goal for ... read more

AlterG Treadmill - How It Helps With Injury Rehabilitation

Musculoskeletal injuries are quite common, particularly if you pursue an active lifestyle. Most of the renowned sports personalities have sustained ... read more

What Is Trigger Point Therapy?

Trigger point therapy (TPT) is considered the treatment of particular spots of pain or irritation on your body that are called 'trigger points'. Th ... read more

What Is Myofascial Release Therapy?

Fascia is the thin, tough connective tissue that connects your skin to your muscles, all throughout your body. Fascia is very strong and also very ... read more

How Can Physical Therapy Help To Ease Chronic Pain?

Many people who are in chronic pain try to move as little as possible. They believe that the less active they are the less pain they will experienc ... read more

The New Alternative to Braces for Ankle Sprain Prevention and Rehab

According to ACSM, 25,000 Americans suffer from an ankle sprain each day (9 million annually). Ankle sprains account for almost half of all sports ... read more