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Physical Therapy For Headaches

Physical Therapy a Highly Productive Option for Headache Disorder Sufferers Headache disorders are considered to be the most common type of nervous system disorder. These disorders are characterized by experiences with recurrent headaches that result in personal,...

Trigger Point Dry Needling

Trigger point dry needling is a technique utilized by physical therapists to treat muscular tension and spasms. These muscular complications often stem from certain conditions. These include myofascial pain, arthritis, muscle strain, irritation of the nerves, strains...

Physical Therapy for Low Back Pain

Low Back Pain Physical Therapy – A Positive and Productive Approach for Sufferers Physical Therapy for low back pain is now considered a positive and productive approach for sufferers. Approximately 31 million people in the United States alone are experiencing some...

Physical Therapy for Developmental Delay in Children

Physical Therapy is an Ideal Choice for Developmental Delay in Children If your child is suffering from developmental delays, you may want to consider physical therapy. According to medical doctors, child developmental specialists, and parents, physical therapy is...

The Adverse Effects of Footwear on the Body – Part 4

Throughout this series, you have learned a vast array of information pertaining to the potential adverse effects of different types of footwear on the body. We have covered various innovations in the shoe industry, information about the functionality of the feet, the...

The Adverse Effects of Footwear on the Body – Part 3

As we continue our series, The Adverse Effects of Footwear on the Body, you will continue to learn that shoes are not only important to your comfort and performance, but, they are a vital component to your health. In the past couple of installments of this series, you...

The Adverse Effects of Footwear on the Body – Part 2

Thank you for continuing to follow our series, The Adverse Effects of Footwear on the Body. Last week, we started this multi-part series by exposing the shoe advertisements that bombard us with a multitude of promises such as being able to stand without pain, to run...

The Adverse Effects of Footwear on the Body – Part 1

We are continuously exposed to a vast array of shoe advertisements that guarantee our ability to stand continuously without pain, to run faster, and to transform our health. Walking and running are considered to be the most natural and common forms of physical...

Shock Wave Therapy for foot pain. Does it work?

Have you heard of Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) or Extracorporeal pulse activation therapy (EPAT)? We hadn’t either. Sheri O’Brien, a PT with whom we share educational material, and a former colleague of Back To Motion, presented to us information about the...

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