The first step in treating balance issues (or anything for that matter) is to identify the underlying cause of the issue. We discussed some methods for identifying balance issues in a previous blog. In today’s blog, we take a closer look at all the ways physical therapy can help prevent balance problems and falls. Crafting […]
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Due to the difficulties presented by COVID-19, OrthoRehab would like to try and make life easier for you. We will be extending our hours of operation to 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM Monday-Friday and will now be open Saturday mornings 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Our Edina location also has the ability to treat patients outside! Feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns.
Our Physical Therapists continue to treat patients at both our Minneapolis and Edina locations. Our commitment to providing a safe, clean, and healing environment has never been greater. For patients who do not yet feel comfortable being seen at either of our clinical locations, we are communicating and treating via a virtual connection. Our Physical Therapists have been providing TeleHealth visits since early March. We are confident that your Physical Therapist can offer you great value via this virtual connection. Below is an example video of what an interaction with your Therapist over TeleHealth looks like:
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After three years with two surgeries and lots of physical therapy, I’ve learned to listen to my body, tend to it, prevent reinjury, and thrive again. I even went on an adventure trip to Costa Rica in January and had ZERO foot pain.
As a competitive dancer, I place incredible demands on my body, and have wrestled with wrist, shoulder, and knee injuries. I have chosen to work with the OrthoRehab professionals time and time again because they are truly passionate about what they do and they care about me.
After having a major left foot surgery and right foot bunion & fusion surgery, I went to physical therapy at OrthoRehab Specialists. I am now able to walk normally again without pain. I never imagined I would recover completely. Matt and Samantha were terrific!
I’m so grateful for Matt (Dr. Siewert) at OrthoRehab Specialists. I was a very active person prior to my injury and I’m finally getting back to doing the things I love, which include running, walking my dog, hiking, yoga, fitness classes, and more. I highly recommend OrthoRehab Specialists. The staff is personable, professional and willing to go the extra mile for their patients.
Andy Masis is by far the best physical therapist I have ever seen. I've been dealing with chronic back and neck pain for almost 20 years. I've been to dozens of doctors, chiropractors, massage therapists, and physical therapists, and no one has been able to help me as Andy has. He has a gift for listening to his patients, working with them to really hone in on their problem(s), and setting up comprehensive programs to begin fixing things.
Physical Therapy Blog
Pain in your feet and toes can have a severe impact on your daily life, making it difficult to even walk. In this article, we are going to dive into a couple common foot deformities that can benefit from physical therapy. Toe Problems and Physical Therapy These two types of toe conditions tend to respond […]
A quick glance at the picture below reveals my tendency to put much more weight into my right foot than my left foot. My right heel is bearing the brunt of my standing pressure. But why? Technically speaking you could label this left shoe posture as “over pronated,” “calcaneal valgus,” “everted.” You can pick any term you like, […]