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January 6th, 2023 | Health Tips | Comments Off on Active Release Techniques® Physical Therapy for Neck Pain

Active Release Techniques® Physical Therapy for Neck Pain

Are you experiencing neck pain and in need of urgent relief? Data Shows Neck pain affects roughly 30% to 50% of adults. Fortunately, physical therapy may be able to help you ease neck pain. A variety of different treatment methods exist just for neck pain, including a category of physical...

December 29th, 2022 | Health Tips | Comments Off on How to help your knee pain? Try these Physical Therapy methods

How to help your knee pain? Try these Physical Therapy methods

We don’t realize how important our knees are until they begin to hurt. That’s why you shouldn’t ignore knee pain if you experience it. When you experience knee discomfort or even pain, it can make getting around difficult. We rely on our knees for the unimpeded movement of our legs...

November 30th, 2022 | Health Tips | Comments Off on Physical therapy for ankle pain in Edison, NJ

Physical therapy for ankle pain in Edison, NJ

There it is — that old, familiar twinge in your ankle. Often, it is a pain that you have learned to live with over the course of many years. Other times, the ankle pain is utterly debilitating, causing you to miss out on daily activities.  Are you wondering if you...

October 19th, 2022 | Health Tips | Comments Off on How can physical therapy help wrist flexion?

How can physical therapy help wrist flexion?

Wrist flexion is part of the normal range of motion for your wrists. It describes the motion of bending your hand downward at the wrist and is the motion we use when writing, turning a doorknob, and styling our hair. In fact, there are many daily activities that require wrist...

October 13th, 2022 | Health Tips | Comments Off on How does physical therapy help in neuropathy treatment?

How does physical therapy help in neuropathy treatment?

Neuropathy is a form of nerve damage. It typically occurs in the hands and feet and can feel like pinching, tingling, numbness or pain. Common causes include diabetes and other metabolic syndromes, chemotherapy, infections, alcoholism, injuries, HIV and even chemical exposure. About 25% to 30% of people in the U.S....

August 19th, 2022 | Health Tips | Comments Off on Minor Workplace injury and how does physical therapy help your injury?

Minor Workplace injury and how does physical therapy help your injury?

Workplace injuries happen a lot more than you may think. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employers reported 2.7 million nonfatal workplace injuries in 2020. While many of these minor workplace injuries occurred in manufacturing, numerous others happened in office settings.  Employees suffering from minor workplace injuries cannot perform at...

August 4th, 2022 | Health Tips | Comments Off on How Important to do Physical Therapy After Rotator Cuff Surgery: Rehab Guide

How Important to do Physical Therapy After Rotator Cuff Surgery: Rehab Guide

Practice makes perfect. Well, the same thought process goes for healing after a major surgery — especially if you recently had rotator cuff surgery. Many people think that you’re not supposed to move at all after a surgical procedure. But once your physician has told you it’s safe for you...

July 29th, 2022 | Health Tips | Comments Off on Shoulder Impingement Test: Physical Exams That Help Diagnose Injury

Shoulder Impingement Test: Physical Exams That Help Diagnose Injury

Physical therapists test the severity of a shoulder impingement Shoulder impingement is a painful condition. It happens when the tendons and soft tissues around your shoulder joint become trapped between the top of your upper arm bone (the humerus) and the acromion, a bony projection that extends upward from your...

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