General, Physical Therapy, Sport Medicine

Shoulder Assessments in Physical Therapy

When it comes to injuries that necessitate physical therapy, shoulder impairment may be one of the most complicated issues to examine. The shoulder region has many structures, movements, and lesions within the joints, all of which require an organized approach when inspecting the shoulder history and key aspects of what’s causing the pain. Here’s some … Read More >

General, Health and Fitness, Physical Therapy, Sport Medicine

One-On-One Physical Therapy: Why It’s a Better Approach

The idea of physical therapy can conjure up a variety of images. People lifting weights and performing stretches at a gym, people working out at a home gym, maybe even people in a hospital doing rehabilitation exercises. But what does physical therapy actually look like?  Like anything else, physical therapy is changing and evolving. It … Read More >

General, Physical Therapy, Sport Medicine

Physical Therapy Vs. Physiotherapy: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to physical therapy, there’s a lot to consider in terms of forms of therapies and treatments. Most commonly, physical therapy is associated with sports medicine and might even conjure up images of trainers helping athletes like Tampa Bay Lightning players work through injuries with repeated exercises. However, you might also hear of … Read More >

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