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Physical Therapy

Knee Osteoarthritis Physical Therapy

Osteoarthritis, known as OA, is characterized by degeneration of cartilage and bone, which cases pain, stiffness, decreased motion...

Physical Therapy for Middle Finger with Nerve Damage

If you're suffering from nerve damage due to a hand injury, chances are you're suffering from pain and a loss of mobility and stre...

Physical Therapy Exercises for Vertigo

Vertigo, also known as dizziness or swimming head, is a condition that makes you feel like you’re moving when there is no mo...

Types of Physical Therapy for Morton's Neuroma

Morton's neuroma is a painful condition that affects your feet. It is usually caused by sports activities that involve running...

Physical Therapy Exercises for a Herniated Disk in the Lower Back

Tough yet spongy disks cushion the bones in your spinal column. If a disc slips even slightly out of place, it can put pressure on...

What Muscles Move the Jaw

Between talking and chewing, your jaw moves thousands of times a day. Most people take these actions for granted and never think t...

Athletic Training Vs. Physical Therapy

While athletic trainers and physical therapists both work with people who have suffered sports injuries, the similarities between ...

Physical Therapy for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, or BPPV, is an inner ear condition that causes vertigo. Some cases of BPPV do not have a kno...

Elbow Rehab for a Brachioradialis Strain

The brachioradialis, which spans the length of your forearm -- from just above the outside of your elbow to the thumb side of your...

At Home Rehabilitation Exercises For Deltoid Injury

The deltoid is one of the primary shoulder movers, so injuring the muscle can be extremely debilitating, affecting your ability to...
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