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Back Pack Safety 101

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin With summer coming to an end and the need for school supplies and backpacks returning, here are a few tips to keep in mind when shopping with your child. Continue below for back pack safety tips to make sure your kids don’t have any unnecessary back pain this year. Size Should […]

5 Unique and Fun Ways to Do Aerobic Exercise

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin Keeping our bodies healthy and active can be a chore. A well-balanced diet and regular exercise are important but not always fun. Even Zumba class can get old after some time. But there are things we can do to liven up our daily need for movement and luckily, they don’t […]

PT News July 2019

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin This time in PT News we recap what our clinics have been posting throughout July 2019. We are excited to begin a new year of new posts featuring published articles from PTandMe partnering clinics! 1. When Your Arm is a Pain in the Neck Written by The Jackson Clinics with […]

PTandMe Goes Backstage with Ability at Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin You may have noticed that PTandMe is working with AEW, All Elite Wrestling, to provide physical therapy and athletic training services backstage to their athletes. Our talented physical therapy partners at Ability Rehabilitation have been on-site at their most recent Florida Events (Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen) and […]

How Recumbent Bikes Can Help You with Physical Therapy

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin Recumbent bikes are fantastic pieces of gym equipment for rehabilitation and physical therapy. Their design and intent make them easy to use, with little strain on sore or injured joints, tendons, and ligaments. They also allow you to strengthen muscles during the process of recovering and after. What is a […]

Carpal Tunnel Causes, Relief, and Treatment

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin What is carpal tunnel and why does it hurt so much? The carpal tunnel is a small space at the wrist in which the median nerve and nine tendons pass through. The median nerve travels on top of the tendons through the tunnel. The tunnel itself is made up of […]

4 Common Pelvic Issues Seen by Physical Therapists

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin Women’s bodies and their wellness are unique. Many factors cause problems specific to women’s bodies. Physical therapists specializing in women’s health can help female patients eliminate or manage pelvic pain or problems while restoring their quality of life. Using a comprehensive approach to evaluation and treatment, women’s health physical therapy […]

PT News June 2019

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin This time in PT News we recap what our clinics have been posting throughout June 2019. We are excited to begin a new year of new posts featuring published articles from PTandMe partnering clinics! 1. 8 Great Pelvic Floor Stretches to Do During Pregnancy Written by Ability Rehabilitation with multiple […]

Senior Tip: How Physical Exercise Benefits Mental Health

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin We all know the importance of exercise in our lives. Exercise keeps our body, soul, and brain, healthy. It keeps us fit physically as well as mentally. According to Senior Guidance, older adults who exercise regularly have lower rates of getting any kind of mental illness. Moreover, exercise also helps […]

Post Surgical Rotator Cuff Physical Therapy

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin A patient will typically be referred for rotator cuff surgery when 90% or more of the tendon is torn. The most common causes for rotator cuff injuries are aging, overuse of overhead activities and heavy lifting. Surgery should never be taken lightly, so we wanted to take some time to […]

A Guide to Periodization with Weight Training

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin Periodization is an important technique utilized with training in order to maximize gains, whether it be through increased aerobic performance, speed, and strength. This guide outlines simple tips customizing training programs to prevent plateauing with training and improve performance. By no means is this an exhaustive guide, or an end […]

PT News May 2019

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin This time in PT News we recap what our clinics have been posting throughout May 2019. We are excited to begin a new year of new posts featuring published articles from PTandMe partnering clinics! 1. Effective Nutrition Strategies Written by The Center for Physical Rehabilitation with 8 physical therapy locations […]

Sun Safety

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin The official start to summer is fast approaching and for many of us, the end of the school year marks the start of outdoor activities and beach vacations. While enjoying yourself this summer be sure to take precautions. The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can damage your skin in as little […]

6 Ways to Find Relief and Prevent Joint Pain

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin Joint pain is a common issue that can have many causes and can lead to an array of complications. Joint pain affects such a large percentage of the population. It is estimated that by the year 2030, 67 million—one in every four American adults—will have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. That doesn’t mean […]

Low Back Pain: There is relief

like what you see? share…FacebookTwitterLinkedin Understanding back pain: You’re not alone & there is relief Low back pain affects nearly everyone at some stage of life and is one of the most common ailments seen in medical practices. It is referred to by many different names including lumbago, lumbar sprain or strain, slipped or bulging […]