July 2015 - Orthopaedics Plus
Pain in the Neck: Passing Crick or Chronic Agony?
At best, neck pain is awkward but brief – a couple days of stiffness where you can’t turn your head. At worst, severe neck pain can commandeer your life. Find out how to deal with mild neck pain at home, when to see a doctor and what to expect from physical therapy.
Physical Therapy Can Help Women Bounce Back From Pregnancy
Moms, do you feel like your body still isn’t recovered from having a baby? An appointment with a specialized physical therapist may be what the doctor ordered.
How to Choose a Physical Therapist
Most patients visit physical therapists for chronic pain from injuries or if they recently underwent surgery. People with pain in their backs, knees, neck, shoulder or other joints can receive benefits from finding a physical therapist.
PT a Growing Aspect of Cancer Treatment
Exercise is one of the best things we can do for our physical and mental health, and that doesn’t change after a cancer diagnosis.