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Physical Therapy isn’t just for your grandparents
Physical Therapy isn't just for your grandparents, you and your kids might benefit too...
Don’t Keep Injuries a Secret!
Learn 3 things that keep people from reporting injuries, and why hiding an injury is a bad idea.
Is Pelvic Pain Making Life Difficult?
Written by Elizabeth Franze, DPT
Living with pelvic pain can be tough, but physical therapy could be the answer you've been looking for.
What Physical Therapy Can Do For Arthritis
Written by Brian Hartz, DPT, MPT, OCS, CSCS
While physical therapy might not be the first treatment you think of for arthritis, it probably should be. Physical therapy has been extensively researched as a treatment for arthritis, and demonstrates good outcomes.
I’ve had a Stroke! Now what?
Written by Greta Myers, DPT, PWR! Moves Therapy & Certified Stroke Rehab Specialist
In the United States, more than 795,000 people have a stroke every year.1 The medical term for stroke is a cerebrovascular accident (CVA): - Cerebro: Affecting the brain - Vascular: Related to blood vessels - Accident: Something unexpected / not intended