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Thawing Frozen Shoulder

In Upper Extremity Pains by Royce Bowman, PT, Director

Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, can change your life and not in a good way. Frozen shoulder occurs in up to 5% of the population. Females are 4 times more often affected than men, while the non-dominant shoulder is more prone to be affected. And, if that’s not scary enough, 35 to 40% of individuals who have adhesive capsulitis in …

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Pickleball Injuries: What to Watch Out For Houston

In Sports Injury and Pain by Brad Rickert

Pickleball injuries on the rise. When we first read that headline, we weren’t surprised. After all, we treat pickleball related injuries in our clinics. The study noted that the most common injuries were lower extremity sprains, strains, and fractures. We’ve seen lower back, rotator cuff, and elbow related pains, too. In fact, most pickleball injuries look like tennis related injuries. …

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Physical Therapy Worth The Drive

In News by Brad Rickert

In today’s world, many people are looking for ways to save time and money. When it comes to seeking physical therapy treatment, some people might be tempted to go to the closest facility. However, in some cases, driving a little farther can make a big difference in your treatment. Here are three reasons why traveling 60 miles round trip for …