From The Blog
Therapy that includes the word “needle” is an attention-grabber, but for a growing number of patients, dry needling is a game changer for managing pain and increasing mobility.
We’ve seen great results using dry needling in a variety of patients, including a chronic migraine sufferer in her 50s who was able to stop
Bryce Gaunt, PT, SCS
Director of Physical Therapy
HRPC St. Francis Rehabilitation Center – Main Campus
Over the last 20 years, a growing number of children have become involved in youth sports. Keeping kids active is a positive trend, but in today’s hyper-competitive environment, it’s important to protect young athletes from overuse injuries.
A physical therapist can evaluate your foot and develop a treatment plan to address your specific needs. The therapist will assess your range of motion, flexibility, strength, walking pattern, and balance. Read More
We have probably all been told at some point in our lives, more often than not by mom or grandma, that we should fix our posture or stand up straight. Well grandma was on to something there! More often than not, while working with patients who are experiencing back, neck, or shoulder pain, I
Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE) are full body assessments that are performed to determine an individual’s ability to safely return to work at pre-injury status or to determine if work modifications are necessary to allow the employee to safely resume their job. FCE’s are commonly used for:
– employees that have suffered musculoskeletal work related
Dr. Oz brought women’s health into the limelight in April 2014 with an episode about Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD). His segment introduced a very well-known pelvic floor physical therapist, Amy Stein MPT, from Manhattan. If you viewed or missed his segment you might be asking, “I need a physical therapist for my what?” Don’t