Hamstring strains are perhaps one of the most frustrating injuries. Rehabilitating them can be difficult, but here’s some tips that can help.
Greater trochanteric pain syndrome is one of the most common forms (and commonly misdiagnosed forms) of hip pain.
The thoracolumbar junction is an area in the body that can produce back, hip, gynecologic, urologic, testicular, and lower GI pain.
Patellofemoral pain syndrome is pain that is located around your kneecap. It happens for a variety of different reasons.
To help you get rid of rotator cuff pain, we’re going to break down how we work with individuals who have rotator cuff discomfort.
Blood flow restriction is safe and incredibly effective at accelerating post-surgical recovery, rehabilitating injuries, and improving performance.
It happened again. You reached forward, felt something tweak, and now you can’t stand up straight. How do you fix your back pain?
Cupping, taping, metal scraping tools, and more. Elite athletes seem to be doing it all! While it looks cool, what exactly does it do?
Focusing on decreasing inflammation, giving the nerve space, and increasing blood flow all help improve carpal tunnel. Here’s some tips!
Experiencing a severe concussion and post-concussive syndrome has given Dr. Sarah a unique perspective on treating concussions.
The key to resolving a headache and eliminating your discomfort is to identify the correct type of headache you are suffering from.
Tendinopathy is something that is very commonly misdiagnosed as tendonitis. A misdiagnosis leads to poor treatment. Let’s fix your pain.
Out-of-network physical therapy often has more value and may be more cost effective than seeing an in-network physical therapist.
Plantar fasciitis is the most common foot injury out there. It can be very frustrating, but it does not need to be. Read on for some tips.
A rotator cuff tear can often lead to surgery, but it doesn’t have to. Here are a few tests you can do to determine if surgery is necessary.
Dry needling is great for pain relief when used in the context of a full plan of care. Read on for what dry needling is and what it is not.
Life happens. It’s not about making sure everything looks perfect. It’s about doing the best you can and giving yourself grace with the rest.
Knee pain can affect almost everything you do on a daily basis and it’s incredibly complex. Typically, the knee does not cause knee pain.
The Rotator Cuff. It is the shoulder injury that no one wants. However, we have some good news: Rotator cuff pain can be prevented!
Returning to the gym after a back injury can be scary. It’s hard to know how to progress. Lets remove the ambiguity and confusion.
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