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Patient Education

Running:Improving Form to Reduce Injuries.
How to Safely Increase your Mileage.
 

Return to Sport:

When should an Athlete Return After an ACL Surgery?
When to Resume Full Activity After and ACL Surgery  
Dizziness: Increased Risk for Fractures
 

Pregnancy and Low Back Pain:

Reduce Back and Pelvic Pain during and after pregnancy
Strengthening your hip muscles: some exercises may be better than others.
 

Knee Pain:

Anterior knee pain: A holistic approach to treatment.
Anterior knee pain: As an athlete, am I at risk?
Safely strengthening your thigh muscles
Strengthen my hips? But its my knees that hurt!
Strenththening your hip muscles: some exercises may be better than others.
 

Neck Pain:

Dry needling can decrease pain and increase motion
Combining exercise and manual therapy for your neck and upper back leads to quicker reductions in pain.
Manipulation of your neck and upper back leads to quicker recovery
Manipulating the upper back helps lessen pain and improve neck motion.
Neck and arm Pain: mechanical traction and exercises prove an effective treatment.

Anterior cruciate ligament surgery: optimize return to activity and minimize risk of a second injury
Low back pain: MRIs should be used sparingly in patients with low back pain
How does your physical therapist treat low back pain?
Concussions: An underdiagnosed problem for athletes?
Aquatic physical therapy: Running in water decreases stress on the body.
Baseball Pitching: understanding the mechanics of throwing a baseball may help protect the shoulder and elbow.
Total Hip replacement: how long does it take to recover?

Heel pain: hands-on physical therapy and stretching prove effective for treating heel pain.
Work-related orthopedic injury and feelings of depression: The potential role for physical therapy.
Frozen shoulder: what can a physical therapist do for my painful stiff shoulder?
Ankle sprains: combination of manual therapy and supervised exercise leads to better recovery. 
Painful and tender muscles: dry needling can reduce myofascial pain related to trigger points muscles.