Adhesive Capsulitis, or “Frozen Shoulder” is a pathological process that is characterized by the progression and resolution of shoulder pain and mobility limitations. The entire
Did you know the number of physical therapy professionals in America is set to grow more than 20% before 2030? The growth of the industry
Are you getting injured more often? Perhaps you’re experiencing headaches, neck pain, or mobility issues as well. You might want to look into physical therapy
We will be hosting a Pelvic Health I continuing education course on April 23-24 through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. This course is open
Trying to find ways to alleviate pain and improve function can be difficult, as each individual injury is unique. Acupuncture and dry needling are both
Did you know that physical therapy can treat pelvic floor dysfunction? Read this article to learn more about pelvic health and the use of PT for treatment.
Many people turn to shoulder muscle stretches to solve the pain in the general area due to injuries like rotator cuff tears. Medication can alleviate
Almost everybody has heard about physical therapy, but not as many people have heard of manual therapy. This is unfortunate because studies have found that