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What do I wear to Physical Therapy

What you should wear to physical therapy can depend on the specific exercises and activities your therapist has planned for you. However, there are some general guidelines to keep in mind: Comfortable Clothing: Wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing that allows for a wide range of motion. Athletic wear, such as sweatpants, leggings, or shorts, is often a good choice. Avoid tight or restrictive clothing. Athletic Shoes: Wear whatever shoe you tend to work out in or run in or wear the ...
Posted on 2023-10-19

IOS Physical Therapy

Exploring the Benefits of iOS Physical Therapy Introduction In our fast-paced digital world, we often associate iOS with iPhones and iPads. However, there's another iOS that plays a crucial role in improving our overall well-being: "Integrated Orthopedic and Sports" (iOS) physical therapy. iOS physical therapy is a specialized approach to physical rehabilitation that focuses on the musculoskeletal system, helping individuals regain mobility and manage pain. In this blog, we'll delve into the...
Posted on 2023-10-19

Are you Over-training?

The simple definition of overtraining is not allowing enough recovery time between hard workouts to allow your body to recover. Simply put, the harder the workout, the more glycogen your muscles burn.   If you don’t allow your body to rebuild those glycogen stores between workouts, it can lead to fatigue and poor athletic performance. It is not uncommon for runners from novice to professional to experience overtraining at some point during the training cycle. Here are five ways to a...
Posted on 2023-09-27

Are You Running Hurt?

Running is a popular form of exercise that provides numerous benefits, such as improved cardiovascular health, weight loss, and increased mood and energy levels. However, with any form of physical activity, there is always the risk of injury. In this blog, we will explore some of the common running injuries, their causes, and how they can be prevented and treated. Shin Splints: Shin splints are a common running injury that is characterized by pain in BOTH shinbones or tibias. They are typic...
Posted on 2023-04-24

What is causing your arm to hurt? Your neck???

Arm pain can have a variety of reasons and origins. Neck pain and radiculopathy are common conditions that can greatly affect a person's quality of life. Radiculopathy is a condition in which there is irritation or compression of one or more nerve roots in the spine, leading to pain, numbness, and/or weakness in the affected area. Physical therapy can be a highly effective treatment option for neck pain and radiculopathy, helping to reduce pain and improve function assuming it is being identif...
Posted on 2023-04-17
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