PT Month: Injured? Physical Therapy Should be Your First Stop

There’s nothing worse than the fear, pain, and uncertainty after injury. Many people turn to friends, family, and (of course) the all-knowing internet for answers; however, this often brings more questions than answers and causes more anxiety. Unless you’re well-versed in anatomical knowledge, are…

PT Month: Move More for a Healthier Life

Welcome to #NationalPhysicalTherapyMonth! October puts a spotlight on physical therapy, physical therapists, and the ways that PT can benefit your life. In an article on their site ChoosePT.com, APTA cites the stat that 80% of American adults and adolescents don’t get enough physical activity….

Why You Should Consider Dry Needling

If you’ve never heard of dry needling, or if you’re a little leery, we’ll explain what it is, what it can do, and why you just might want to give it a try. Even the most needle-phobic might be surprised to see how dry…

Why You Should Treat Your Ankle Injury

Ankle injuries can be both common and frustrating; this time of year, it isn’t uncommon for student athletes to have sprains and strains in fall sports like football, soccer, or track for example. Ankle injuries can also be the result of simple bad luck,…

Free Injury Screening: What are You Waiting For?

Reasons Injury Screening is the Right Choice if You're Injured

We all have that one friend (or maybe are that one friend) who says “I’m fine, really!” as they limp along during the run, or try to hide their grimace during weekend activity. Instead, they promise to rest for a few days, maybe use…