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Tennis Elbow - It's Not Just For Athletes

Written By Pro Physio on April 6, 2018

  Even though lateral epicondylitis is commonly referred to as tennis elbow, less the 5% of all cases occur in people who play tennis. Activities that require force, such as lifting, twisting, or pulling can damage the tendon. Forceful activities, such... Read More


Benefits of AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill Training

Written By Cory Murray, DPT on April 6, 2018

One of the most common complaints that I often hear as a physical therapist is my patient’s telling me that they stopped hiking, running, or even decreasing the amount of time they walk during the day, due to ankle, knee,... Read More


Physical Therapy for the Triathlete and Triathlon Performance

Written By Pro Physio on April 6, 2018

Physical Therapy: Helping Prepare Your Body for the Rigorous Demands of Triathlon Triathlons are one of the ultimate endurance races an individual can participate in. While competing in any form of a triathlon you are not only testing your body’s maximum... Read More


Back Pain Relief With Physical Therapy

Written By Pro Physio on April 6, 2018

Back Pain Relief   If you are reading this thenyou are likely one of the nearly two-thirds of Americans that have a history of low back pain. According to the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) “Move Forward” Low Back Pain survey, 37... Read More


Heel Pain: Causes and Treatment

Written By Pro Physio on April 6, 2018

    While there are multiple conditions that may cause heel pain, plantar fasciitis is the most common culprit. The plantar fascia, also known as the plantar aponeurosis is a strong layer of white fibrous tissue located beneath the skin on the... Read More


Achieving Optimal Knee Support: Knee Instability and Braces

Written By Pro Physio on April 3, 2018

How to Achieve Optimal Knee Support A common question that I often get from friends or patients who are currently experiencing knee pain is, “Should I currently be using a knee brace to alleviate these frustrating symptoms I experience while trying... Read More


Pectoralis Muscle Tear: Can Physical Therapy Help?

Written By Pro Physio on April 3, 2018

What are the signs and symptoms of a pectoralis muscle tear? How can Physical Therapy help?   There are two pectoralis muscles: the pectoralis major and pectoralis minor. The pectoralis major is the larger of the two muscles and has two... Read More


Groin Pull Symptoms and Treatment

Written By Pro Physio on April 3, 2018

Groin Pain and Groin Pull Therapy Today I wanted to address an injury that commonly affects youth and collegiate athletes along with recreational sport enthusiasts and weekend warriors such as myself. Groin pain often accompanies sports that include sprinting and excessive... Read More


How Your Rotator Cuff Muscles Work

Written By Pro Physio on April 3, 2018

  How Your Rotator Cuff Muscles Work   Struggling with shoulder pain? Have a hard time working out or moving around because of it? In this case, you might have a rotator cuff injury. The rotator cuff muscles protect your shoulder joints and... Read More


IT Band Syndrome: Runners, Pain, Physical Therapy, and Relief

Written By Pro Physio on April 3, 2018

Iliotibial band syndrome is a common knee injury caused by inflammation of the distal portion of the iliotibial band (ITB), which results in lateral knee pain. ... ITB syndrome has been documented to have as high as a 22.2% incidence... Read More


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