What’s Wrong With Manual Therapy?
- 8:20 pm
We hear complaints from doctors that there’s such focus on exercise in physical therapy practice that manual therapy is often excluded. This is ironic given that Google returns 50,400,000 results from “manual therapy” searches. Plus, the results are positive, and […]Read more
The Effect of Pilates on Diabetes
- 7:25 pm
Doctors recommend medication and physical activity to successfully manage blood glucose levels. It turns out that Pilates is an effective exercise for diabetes management. A study conducted in Iran reported on the participation of women with Type 2 diabetes. Those […]Read more
Laser Therapy For Dogs Workshop
- 7:07 pm
Deep-tissue laser therapy helps many dogs show signs of improved function. The Laser Therapy for Dogs workshop demonstrates how it promotes healing without side effects.Read more
What is Frozen Shoulder?
- 5:26 pm
Frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, is dysfunction of the shoulder joint as a result of shoulder tendons and ligaments tightening. Its progression runs a two- to three-year course: Freezing/painful stage (six to nine months) Frozen (four to six months) […]Read more
Hurts Psoas Bad
- 6:44 pm
Is This Pelvic Floor Disorder?
- 6:08 pm
Falling: Manage The Risk Factors
- 2:00 pm
Several factors combine to make falling in the home more likely. Here’s a shortlist of them, along with some suggestions on reducing the risk of falling. They can be divided into two categories: those physical therapists can help to relieve, […]Read more