Physical Therapy for Hip Pain

Knee Pain

Hip pain often begins as a slow ache that escalates with time. Causes can range from mild to severe health problems like fractures, osteoarthritis, strains that directly affect the hip joint. Without treatment, you may deal with swelling, weakness, and limited movement. Physical therapy for hip pain consists of manual therapy, mobilizations, massage, and various…

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Physical Therapy for Foot Pain

Spending extensive time on your feet during the day, wearing uncomfortable shoes, twisting your ankle, and having high arches or flat feet, all increase the likelihood of severe foot pain. We find out why this happens and provide a personalizd foot pain treatment plan for pain management and relief. Overview The foot consists of 26…

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Physical Therapy for Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles tendonitis can start as nagging pain and end up turning into frequent and sharp discomfort in the back of the ankle. Seeking help from a physical therapist can assist in diminishing the pain and preventing achilles tendonitis from worsening into a diagnosis that is more difficult to heal. Learn more about physical therapy for…

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