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How To Avoid Common Yard Work Injuries

November 2, 2021

Every year countless people strain their backs doing yard work, and are stuck in pain for days or weeks. Before you start raking and hauling the leaves off the lawn, here are a few tips to avoid common yard work injuries: Warm-up: It is very important to participate in light warm-up and cool-down exercises. This […] Read More...

Acute Injury Management – Use PEACE!

March 8, 2021

By Taylor Blattenberger, DPT Imagine you’re playing basketball with a friend; you go up for a lay-up and land awkwardly. You feel a familiar pain in your ankle and think you must have turned it again. As you limp off the court, you notice some swelling and think back to what you did the last […]


5 Stretches to Perform During your WFH Schedule!

March 5, 2021

By: Megan Deible, PTA Since the COVID-19 pandemic has started, most people have turned to working remotely. If you are still working in the office, you are more than likely not as active pre-pandemic because of the business closures.  Due to the influx of people sitting at home more, the muscles in our bodies are […]



February 11, 2021

Many patients that come into the clinic often ask whether they should use ice or heat at home to help with injury, pain, and soreness. Ice and heat are both beneficial when used appropriately to aid in the healing process and help with stiffness or soreness. Cryotherapy and thermotherapy used in isolation without any other […]


Physical Therapy – The Secret to Athletic Excellence

January 22, 2018

The vast majority of people believe the primary use of physical therapy is for back pain or rehabilitation of an injury such as fracture leg or whiplash. While physical therapy is beneficial in all those situations, it's equally advantageous for individuals who want to improve their athletic performance. Athletes don't have to seek the services […]


Preparing for Spring with Physical Therapy

With the coming of spring, the urge to get outside and "do something" to alleviate cabin fever will be strong. After a winter of relative inactivity or virtual hibernation, it's a good idea for the body to get a tune up to prepare it for the stresses of emerging gardening, biking and baseball season. Even […]


Take A Bite Out of Life! Physical Therapy for Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)

December 6, 2017

There's Help for TMJ Disorder TMJ dysfunction affects more women than men and is typically diagnosed for the first time when patients are in their 20s-40s, though the symptoms may have existed for much longer with lesser severity. The early signs of TMJ disorder are often overlooked. For those with TMJ pain, physical therapy can […]


Physical Therapy for Restful Nights and Pain Free Days

November 21, 2017

7 Ways Physical Therapy Can Help Physical therapy treatments can be applied to any part of the body. The methods employed by a physical therapist will focus on relieving pain and inflammation, obtaining the restful sleep you need, and help you retain mobility. Physical therapy will help you: Relieve pain Sleep better Increase stability, endurance […]


Avoid Children’s Injuries Before They Happen with Physical Therapy

November 7, 2017

Training With Professionals Parents and caregivers should ensure that children are under the guidance of a coach or athletic trainer to learn the proper techniques and form needed to be safe in the sport or activity in which they're participating. They should have the appropriate safety gear and know how to use it. It's important […]


Choosing the Best Physical Therapist (Yes, Your Choice!)

October 17, 2017

Our promise to you. We will never settle for "average". It is our promise to provide and advance superior physical therapy services while adding uniquely specific and related services to serve the our community and surrounding region with the utmost quality. Listening is Part of The Treatment One of the biggest complaints that patients have […]