Physical Therapy

Spinal Traction and Decompression

Image Attribution: By –, CC BY-SA 4.0, Back pain is one of the leading causes of visits to the doctor and missed work (1). Some 16 million Americans live with chronic back pain. Conditions causing back pain vary greatly but include pulled muscles, ruptured or herniated vertebral discs, arthritis and osteoporosis, and …

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Cervical Radiculopathy

What is cervical radiculopathy? Cervical radiculopathy is a medical term that describes radiculopathy, or a problem with a spinal nerve, in the neck. There are 83 new cases of cervical radiculopathy diagnosed every year per 100,000 people (1). Radiculopathy, or nerve damage, usually happens because of the progressive development of arthritis in the neck over …

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What is Fascia?

Fascia is a layer of connective tissue that surrounds and protects the muscles and organs of our bodies. It is composed of fibrous bands that can stretch and compress to absorb shock and tension. In fact, it is so extensive and continuous that it essentially holds our body together while also compartmentalizing it.   It surrounds …

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Light Orthotics and Active Footwear — Open House Event

by Boris Litvinov, DPT If you experience pain or discomfort while walking, running, or simply standing…you may benefit from a change in footwear! Join us at our all-day open house and learn more about orthotics and different types of running shoes that can help alleviate foot pain. ALL-DAY OPEN HOUSE Tuesday, Feb. 21st You can …

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