If you’re undergoing surgery to address a torn ACL or following a joint replacement operation, it’s all but certain your doctor will
This is a common question in my practice and worth the effort here to describe the normal process of which the “lug nuts” of the shoulder girdle
As a physical therapist helping middle age and older adults deal with their acute to chronic musculoskeletal issues, I have seen first-hand the
An era of improved physical care for women with breast cancer is finally at our doorstep. An international study by Hayes et al in 2012 showed that
The title statement may seem like a strange concept, but as a Performance Physical Therapist, I can assure you that this is central to my practice.
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