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Say No to Pain Killers, Say Yes to Physical Therapy

Posted on by Leython Williams, PT, DPT, CMTPT

We are all too familiar with pain; it is truly one of the unfavorable guarantees that we have in life. Whether it be emotional or physical pain, we learn at a young age that pain is a reality that we all must face. In fact, there is a direct link between our physical pain and emotional wellness. Often times, emotional stressors are manifested in our physical ailments. Just as often, we find ourselves with physical impairments that can trigger certain emotional responses affecting our moods and perspectives.

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Physical Therapist

Posted on by Brandon Bowers, PT, DPT, Astym Cert.

Did you know physical therapists can treat patients with headaches? Or did you know that physical therapists now receive a doctorate level education? Continue reading to discover ten things you didn’t know about your physical therapist.

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What is GOOD Physical Therapy?

Posted on by Jonathan Go, PT, DPT, OCS, GCS

How do you choose which physical therapist you should see? Are all types of physical therapy the same?

Physical therapists have different backgrounds, training, and specialties depending on where they went to school, what advanced courses they have taken, and their own belief systems. Physical therapists may also specialize in working with different body parts such as shoulders, ankles, or knees. Finally, there are physical therapists who work with a certain population of patients such as athletes, dancers, or those with work-related injuries.

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Why Should You See a Physical Therapist First for Pain?

Posted on by Tony Matoska PT, DPT, CMPT

In all likelihood, there will come a time in our lives where we find ourselves in pain. Traditionally, if you weren’t able to manage the pain yourself, you would schedule an appointment with your doctor or seek out an orthopedic surgeon to have them assess you. However, numerous studies show a strong benefit of seeking out physical therapy first when dealing with musculoskeletal pain1,3. Musculoskeletal pain refers to pain in the muscles, tendons, bones, joints, ligaments and nerves of the body.

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