Physical therapy is a critical tool in the modern healthcare arsenal, and it is often the first step to providing effective mobility treatment options that usually do not involve drugs or surgery.
Here are seven of the most common myths and corresponding facts about physical therapy.
Exercise and dry needling for shoulder dysfunction and pain Experiencing chronic shoulder pain can be debilitating for people who suffer from it. There are numerous different treatment approaches that have varying levels of efficacy. Among conservative treatments, the options may include physical and manual therapy, exercise, acupuncture and dry needling. While exercise has previously been […]Read More (0)
Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA) is a widening of the gap between the two sides of the rectus abdominis muscle (RA) during and after pregnancy. The RA is the long muscle running from the rib cage to the pelvis that forms the coveted “six pack” that so many fitness enthusiasts strive for. The two sides of […]Read More (0)