Keeping Your Mobility Afloat

Traditional physical therapy works for a lot of folks. But, unfortunately, for some it just doesn’t.  Before throwing in the towel and/or giving up hope completely, there is another stellar option out there: Aquatic therapy. Select patients…

Folding Forward in Yoga

Yoga has become one of the most popular forms of exercise that can be found in just about every city around the country. Part of the reason yoga is so popular and such an effective form of exercise is because of the combination of strength and…

Anthems, Pledges and Hazard Lights

Over the course of the past two months I have had two different discussions about regular kinds of things. Things that happen in the normal kinds of activities that people like us participate in during our usual routines, but that we do often…
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AAOMPT Conference 2019 Orlando

So How Was the Conference? Written by: Dr. Travis Stoner   For those that don’t know already, I went to the annual American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists this past weekend.  It is an annual gathering of some…
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Should I use Ice?

This is one of the most frequent questions we get as rehabilitation professionals “Should I use heat or ice?”  While I wish the answer was a simple one, research tells us it isn’t and, in fact, may be telling us to use ice a lot less…
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Do Your Toes Have Enough Room?

Do you buy shoes based on how they look instead of how they feel?  Do you wear heels for work or when going out? Have you ever had plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, bunions, hammer toes, or other foot ailments?  If you answered YES…

WE ARE CHANGING OUR BRAND!

We would like to take this time to thank you, the community, for your involvement in helping us pick our new logo design and for the amazing support we have received from all of you.  Thank you to all patients that have come through our doors. …
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Pain Series Week Four: Options For Treating Pain

If your pain and “sensitive nervous system” has overstayed its welcome, it’s important to know that you have a plethora of treatment options today than ever before. There are several techniques/treatments that can control and reduce…

Pain Series Week Three: Pain Medication, the good, the bad, and the ugly

Most people are familiar with some sort of pain medication, whether it be an over the counter Motrin you pop after a long day at work or a prescription Vicodin after having a minor knee surgery. Pain medications are all to commonly overused…
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Pain Series Week Two: How Nerves Work and How That Can Lead to Chronic Pain Responses

Your nerves act like your home alarm system In your home, normal day to day activities will not set off your alarm.  Alarms are set to go off when something big happens, like a window breaking or a door opening.  In a normal,…