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Women’s History Month – Finding a Cure for Pelvic Pain

Women’s History Month – Finding a Cure for Pelvic Pain Although both men and women have a pelvic floor and may experience pelvic floor dysfunction, it is something that can particularly affect women during pregnancy…

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Can Physical Therapy Reduce Opioid Use

Can Physical Therapy Reduce Opioid Use? Chronic pain is one of the large scale health crises facing countless people, and there are very few options for effective treatment. People who experience chronic pain often do…

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Occupational Therapy Month

Occupational Therapy Month! What is Occupational Therapy and Who Can it Help? While physical therapy focuses on strength, muscle performance, and other large scale injuries, occupational therapy helps people regain the ability to perform activities…

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Knee Pain: Physical Therapy Exercises for Knees

Knee Pain: Physical Therapy Exercises for Knees Knee pain is one of the most common complaints we treat in physical therapy! No matter how old you are, knees can be tricky joints, but they are…

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Should You Foam Roll Your IT Band? Here’s What a PT Wants You To Know

Our very own Alan Tomczykowski, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, was featured in a Well+Good article on whether you should be rolling your IT band, read on below. Should You Foam Roll Your IT Band? Here’s…

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