The New York City Marathon is coming up! If you’re a runner in training, it’s important to remember the most common running injuries and how to prevent them.
This is the famous question that I get all the time from my physical therapy patients. We often see the infomercials about products claiming to improve your posture and make you sit up straight. More often that not we are purchasing these products online to try and mitigate the effects of gravity on us all.
Not all cases of Carpal Tunnel are the same. While many cases originate at the wrist, there is a possibility that it could be coming from compression of the cervical spine or both at the same time…
Squats are one of the simplest and most effective ways to strengthen the lower body. However, if done incorrectly, they can actually be dangerous. Find out how to improve your squat to get the most out of it, and avoid injury.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, or IASTM, is a manual treatment technique that allows trained manual therapists (including but not limited to physical therapist) to treat soft tissue injuries, tightness and range of motion limitations due to soft tissue restrictions. While this technique has been around for quite some time, it is gaining popularity in rehabilitation settings.
Impingement Syndrome is a common cause of shoulder pain, commonly caused by repetitive use of the shoulder. For this reason it is frequently seen in swimmers and baseball players, but can affect just about anyone.
You may have heard of it before, but what exactly is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar Fasciitis is a condition that causes foot and heel pain when walking and is often worse in the morning. Plantar fasciitis is caused by inflammation of the plantar fascia, which is a thick band connecting your heel to your toes.
Is lower back pain or pain that radiates into your hip, buttocks or leg affecting you? It could be Sciatica. Get the details on what Sciatica is exactly, what to look out for and how you can get some relief!