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Physical Therapy

Let It Go: Feeling Stuck with Frozen Shoulder?

Frozen shoulder, otherwise known as adhesive capsulitis, is a common shoulder condition characterized by painful and restricted active and passive mobility.  The shoulder capsule – which is like shrink wrap that secures the joint – undergoes an inflammatory and...read more

Sports Performance

Importance of Hip Strength and Single Leg Strength for Runners

Running is more than just a physical activity; it’s a lifestyle and a passion, yet running-related injuries are very common and present as obstacles for many to achieving their goals and doing what they love. Numerous factors can contribute...read more

Physical Therapy

Cupping and Acute Low Back Pain

If you’ve ever tweaked your back moving furniture, stepped off a curb wrong, added a little too much weight to your barbell without properly warming up or even slept funny, you know how annoying acute low back pain can...read more

Physical Therapy

Biology of Dry Needling

Dry needling, which is different from acupuncture, is one of the only invasive methods that physical therapist can deploy to alleviate patient’s symptoms. Tight muscular knots or “trigger points,” occur within muscles, which can cause localized pain in the...read more

Patient Stories

Abby’s Bilateral Knee Pain and Patellar Instability Patient Story

Abby’s journey with bilateral knee pain and patellar instability since childhood was undoubtedly challenging, but her perseverance and dedication are truly inspiring. She faced numerous obstacles along the way, from frequent dislocations to undergoing surgical interventions. However, with the...read more

Patient Stories

Kayla’s Knee Instability Patient Story

Kayla came to us last year with pain and instability in both patellas while playing soccer. Due to the severity of her instability and frequent patellar dislocations, it was recommended she undergo a MPFL (medial patellafemoral ligament) reconstruction. Kayla...read more