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Physical Therapy

Total knee replacement and how physical therapy can help

The knee is a critical joint in the body, allowing us to walk, run, and move freely. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most commonly injured joints, leading to pain, discomfort, and reduced mobility. In severe cases, a...read more

Physical Therapy

The Meniscus

The meniscus is a vital structure in the knee joint that serves multiple functions, including shock absorption, load distribution, and lubrication. A meniscus injury can result in significant pain, instability, and disability. This blog is aimed to help understand...read more

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy 2.0

As in any profession, physical therapy has seen growth and change as more research and evidence calls for an updated approach to treatment. There is less and less reliance on passive treatments, such as modalities using ice, heat, and...read more

Physical Therapy

I have a rotator cuff injury: Do I need surgery?

So what is the rotator cuff? The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles: the infraspinatus, supraspinatus, teres minor, and the subscapularis. One of their main functions is to depress and stabilize the head of the humerus, or...read more

Sports Performance

Bouncing back from an injury

Bouncing back from an injury is often extremely challenging, mentally and physically. “When will I feel normal again?,” “When will I be able to get back on the field/hit the gym again?,” are questions we get all of the...read more

Sports Performance

Corrie’s Ankle Fracture Patient Story

Meet Corrie! She is a Body Pump instructor in Mechanicsville, Maryland. She leads a very active lifestyle and loves to encourage those around her to do the same – when she isn’t teaching fitness classes, she is outdoors and...read more

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