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Scrutinizing Physical Therapy Myths

In News by Brad Rickert

Physical therapy myths often confuse and discourage people from seeking care. They may not seek second opinions regarding their musculoskeletal health. The reasons range from fear of pain to therapy not working for a friend. We address these myths and encourage you you to find out for yourself by seeing one of our licensed physical therapists. The Physical Therapy Myths …

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Knee Replacement Surgery Preparation

In Case Studies by roycept

Knee replacement surgery preparation means a lot of work. The physical and mental preparations require focus and dedication to helping you regain your quality of life. In the first part of this case study, we looked at how Royce arrived to the decision to undergo total knee replacement. The second part look at the extensive preparations needed for a successful …

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Golfer’s Elbow: What You Need To Know

In Upper Extremity Pains by Brad Rickert

Did you know non-golfers can develop golfer’s elbow? For example, people who work at computer keyboards often suffer from the same inner elbow pain as a golfer. So, what is golfer’s elbow? Golfer’s elbow is the irritation and inflammation of the medial epicondyle (the bony portion of your elbow close to your body). Golfer’s elbow is often referred to as …