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. 5 Mistakes Runners Make When Foam Rolling. Are you feeling tight and sore after running? Foam rolling, a type of self-massage that works out adhesions in muscle and neighboring connective tissue, is ideal for relieving your symptoms and getting you back to running without pain. When used correctly, foam rolling cannot only control your pain, but also improve your posture and boost your performance. While foam rolling seems simple, most runners use an incorrect technique, which actually impa...
Posted on 2018-10-30
. Runner's Knee - Treat and Prevent Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome With Physical Therapy. Runner’s knee, often referred to as patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) in the medical community, is undoubtedly one of the most popular forms of knee pain experienced throughout the world, especially among athletes, individuals who do physical labor, older adults, and active teenagers. It isn’t a specific injury but rather a broad term that refers to the pain you experience when you have one of...
Posted on 2018-10-28
. Physical Therapy for Stenosis of the Neck. Spinal stenosis refers to the narrowing of the spinal canal, leading to pressure and pinching on the spinal cord and nerve roots. When this condition occurs in the neck, it’s called cervical spinal stenosis. While some simple home interventions can help reduce the symptoms of cervical stenosis by strengthening and stabilizing your neck, it is advisable that you seek out treatment with a physical therapist that is trained in treating this condi...
Posted on 2018-10-26
. Physical Therapy After Spinal Surgery. Physical therapy after spinal surgery is one of the most significant aspects of the entire recovery process. It is only with physical therapy that you can experience the maximum benefits from your surgery. Participating in a physical therapy program for at least 6 to 12 weeks after spinal surgery will help you experience a quicker and easier recovery. In addition, the right therapy will also treat your pain and reduce the possibility of injuring your sp...
Posted on 2018-10-01
. Treating Knee Osteoarthritis with Physical Therapy. Knee osteoarthritis is a physical condition where the cartilage between your joints starts wearing away. As this happens, the bones of your knee joint closely rub against each other. Since they are deprived of the shock-absorbing advantages of your cartilage, the constant rubbing results in knee pain, swelling, and stiffness, as well as decreased range of motion of the knee. According to The Arthritis Foundation approximately 27 million in...
Posted on 2018-09-29
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