Chronic Back Pain

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Chronic Back Pain

Chronic Back Pain Doesn’t Have to be Your Story. Understand How PT Can Help.

October 10th, 2020

Chronic back pain is pain that persists for three months and longer. This type of pain can be due to a variety of reasons, including arthritis of the spine, aging, disc problems and myofascial pain syndrome. With arthritis of the spine, there is a slow thinning of the cartilage inside the spine which can cause

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Back Pain

How Proper Posture Can Improve Your Back Pain

September 20th, 2020

Millions of people experience back pain. In fact, back pain is the most commonly reported area of discomfort across the United States. It is estimated that approximately 25 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, many of whom experience that pain in their back. According to one longitudinal study, 3% of all emergency room visits between

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Therapeutic Massage

Return to Your Sport Quicker With Therapeutic Massage

September 10th, 2020

Any athlete knows the amount of dedication it takes to be successful. Whatever you may be preparing for – whether it’s a competition, big game, recital, marathon, or anything else along those lines – it’s no secret that the training is extensive. With any athletic feat, you have to train your muscles and tissues to

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Physical Therapy

5 Ways to Achieve Risk-Free Treatment With Physical Therapy

August 20th, 2020

If you have been suffering from chronic pain (defined as persistent pain lasting longer than three months), you are not alone. In fact, the American Academy of Pain Medicine states that there are at least 100 million Americans are living with chronic pain. Because such a large amount of the country lives with chronic pain,

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Back Pain

Are Herniated Discs the Culprit of Your Back Pain?

August 10th, 2020

The spine is an extremely complex part of your body. It contains 24 bones, and 5 of those bones are located in your lower back. It also has a large number of nerves and intervertebral discs that help with movement. Unfortunately, it is sometimes possible for these discs to protrude (or “herniate”) through the cell

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