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.
If your six-pack is split down the middle after pregnancy or due to overtraining, you are no doubt willing to try anything to pull it back together. The Internet offers scores of solutions for resolving diastasis rectus abdominis, or DRA, ranging from tips on bracing and binding, to exercises designed to bridge the gap. However, […]Read More (0)
Chronic shoulder pain from rotator cuff tendinosis is difficult to ignore, and it may keep you from performing even the most basic tasks. The longer it goes on, the more it interferes with your quality of life, making it difficult to carry out simple activities of daily living that you once took for granted. In […]Read More (0)