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How Headaches MAY be Deriving from Neck Problems

Many people I treat are referred to me with headaches. Some patients even describe their headaches to me as “migranes.” It has always been important for me NOT to assume that the patient’s headache is deriving from neck problems (also ...

The Herniated Disc

What is it? Can it repair? How is it treated? Does it require surgery?….. These are all super common questions to a super common problem. I remember a mentor of mine telling me that something like 70% of people over the age of 40 have a herniated ...

Problems from the Ground, Up.

There have been numerous studies tying in the relationship between low back pain and the development of neck pain, thus, demonstrating how a chain reaction can occur through the spine. There is also a direct relationship between the stability of the ...

I’m going to make this super simple rather than getting into the science and phases of tissue healing. If you start having a particular pain while or after doing an activity, you should stop doing it if 1) the pain progresses to get worse as you ...

1) Cortisone (Steroid) Injections: used to treat inflammation. Please understand this is NOT a curative approach, but can certainly help when PT treatment has been working but has hit a plateau.  Sometimes this injection “mellows” things out ...

Most people have heard of the common “Tennis Elbow” and “Golfer’s Elbow,” but any Joe Schmoe can get it (you don’t have to be a tennis player or golfer).  Tennis Elbow is inflammation of the tendon on the outer side of your elbow, and ...

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IMG_5467.TRIM (click on the file above to play video) It is very important to first note that this exercise may not be suitable for everybody due to various reasons.  With that being said, it is important to consult with a Physical Therapist before ...

Treatment of Muscle Tears and Strains

One of the most common sports injuries are pulled muscles, otherwise referred to as muscle tears or muscle strains.  There are different grades of severity in this type of injury.  Furthermore, Physical Therapists have their own grading system for ...

There have been many studies on this topic, one in particular in the American Journal of Neuroradiology.  The study saw that even in 20-year olds, anywhere from 20-40% of those individuals have some sort of disc pathology, but are completely ...

TOP REASONS FOR PLANTARFASCIITIS….AND WHAT TO DO.

Plantarfasciitis is simply inflammation of the plantarfascia.  Most often, it occurs where the tissue attaches to the heal bone.  The location of pain is usually on the bottom of the foot, near the heel bone, but more toward the inside portion of it.  ...