The knee joints support an individual’s entire body weight as we move around doing our daily chores. In fact, they are subject to intense forces when we run, climb stairs, or perform other strenuous motions. It’s estimated that roughly 75% of all
The bones of the hip and pelvic region act as protection for internal organs such as the bladder. Depending on the severity of the injury, a hip fracture can result in internal bleeding, difficulty urinating and abdominal pain. Fractures in the pelvis
Everyone has an occasional pain in the heel after extensive walking, jogging or sports activities and it typically disappears within a day or so with rest. Heel pain that interferes in standing, walking, or lasts a week or more can be helped
The pandemic has disrupted our lives and created hindrance in maintaining physical health. Physical therapists are advising their patients to be creative while staying at home. They are using the internet to provide physical therapy and also providing tips to help patients
COVID-19 is spreading at a fast rate and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the elderly and people who have underlying health conditions are at risk. The lockdown and social distancing measures have pushed people into a sedentary
While COVID-19 has changed our lives in many ways, we are committed to making our clinic safe for visits. We want to ensure our patients’ and staff’s health, wellness, comfort, and safety are our top priorities. Here are some of the measures
Fractures are likely to happen when a force is applied to a bone that is greater than the strength of the bone. Fractures can result from a fall, while playing sports, when exercising, during work, or through motor vehicle accidents. Wrist fractures
Sciatica is actually a set of symptoms rather than a simple pain arising in the lower back and legs. The pain is usually seen on one side of the body that spreads out along the path of the Sciatic nerve, from the
Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is a painful condition that results from swelling or inflammation of the forearm tendons attached to the bones.One of the causes of tennis elbow is repetitive motions of the arm and wrist.
Back pain is a common condition caused by a wide range of reasons. For instance, the most common cause of back pain is strained muscles. It commonly occurs when you lift a heavy object incorrectly. Over-activity can also lead to strained muscles.